Four Faced Buddha Stupa – Painting
This statue consists of two different parts; the stupa on the top of the pillar and Buddha on the four sides of the pillar.
This is the most significant statue known for its comprehensiveness including both, Lord Buddha as well as the Stupa.
Available in three vibrant colours, this certainly is one of its kind statues.
People believe that the Four Faced Buddha is the Thai representation of the Hindu god Brahma.
Thousand Arm Avalokiteshvara Statue – Red
Avalokitesvara, one of the most important bodhisattvas in Buddhism is popularly known as “perceiver of world’s cries”. Avalokiteshvara vowed to liberate all sentient beings from suffering but when he realized the magnitude of his task, his head exploded into countless pieces. The thousand arms of the deity each containing single eye fan out in a circular fashion so as to completely envelop his body. Each of Avalokiteshvara’s hands displays an all-seeing eye, symbolizing the union of wisdom and skilful means. The first two hands hold a wish-fulfilling gem, a symbol of the deepest powers of the human psyche. This bodhisattva is variably depicted, described and is portrayed in different cultures as either female or male. In Tibet thousand armed Avalokiteshvara is Chenrezig, and also spelled ‘Spyan-ras gzigs’.
Radha Krishna Dancing Statue
“RADHAKRISHNA” are collectively known as the combined form of feminine and masculine realities of god.
It is believed that Krishna enchants the world but Radha is believed to enchant Krishna.
The anecdotes and narratives of Krishna and Radha life are generally titled as Krishna Leela. In which, they describe the love between the Shakti and Shaktiman.
This dancing statue is the best form of spiritual love between the divine Krishna and his devotee Radha.
Leaf Wing Ganesh Statue – Black
This Ganesh Statue sits in a Peepal leaf which is considered as a holy tree. Mouse is the ‘Vahan’-vehicle of Lord Ganesha and is seen at the bottom.
This symbolic statue for prosperity and good luck can be placed at your office table, home or puja/prayer room.
The Ganesha statue is an excellent feng shui tool for removing obstacles and attracting wealth and success.
Aashirvaad Ganesh Statue – Black
On this form of Ganesh, he is seen sitting on a ‘chowki’ which is a stool embedded with kamal-lotus, karuwa-vessel, sankha- conch shell and his mount- mouse. ‘Aashirvaad’ means blessing and this form depicts Lord Ganesh giving blessing to his followers and worshippers. The Ganesha statue is an excellent feng shui tool for removing obstacles and attracting wealth and success.