Indra Statue – Red
The king of the heaven Lord Indra is worshipped in Hinduism, Buddhism and also in Jainism.
He is the god of the heavens, lightning, thunderstorms, rains and river flows.
Indra rules over the much sought Devas realm of rebirth within the Samsara doctrine of Buddhist traditions.
However, like the Hindu texts, Indra also is a subject of ridicule and reduced to a figurehead status in Buddhist texts, shown as a god that suffers rebirth and death.
In the Jainism traditions, like Buddhism and Hinduism, Indra is the king of gods and a part of Jain rebirth cosmology
With detailing done all over from head to toe, this statue has divine value.
Laxmi Narayan Statue – Black
Laxminarayana is referring to Vishnu, also known as Narayan, when he is with his consort, Lakshmi, in his abode, Vaikuntha.
It portrays Lakshmi in the service of Narayan, who is reclining on the cosmic serpent Sesha, floating in Kshīrsagār, the Ocean of Milk.
It is a resin statue purely handmade in Nepal, shows the fine art in its own.
Every soul is said to be a ray of Lakshmi Narayan.
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.