Indian Wood Sculpture(200 items)
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Cet hibou est magnifiquement travaill?, il est adorable avec son petit. Il nest pas tout ? fait identique ? la photo, c est normal car chaque pi?ce est unique, mais autant attachant. Joli travail.
This murti is incredible in detail and so skillfully done. Radha-Krishna in one murti, beautifully made with love. Thank you so much 3 I have placed an order for another murti, Lord Ganesh this time, and am confident it will be as beautiful 3
"I always wanted my profession to be related to the field of art."
Popular Indian Wood Sculpture
Hand Carved Kadam Wood Sculpture of Buddha from India, "Buddha at Rest"$57.99
A hardworking artisan from India, Ashish Mehta works with a single piece of locally-collected kadam wood, carving it by hand to depict Buddha in a resting pose atop a lotus flower. This serene sculpture is sure to bring an air of tranquility to any home.
Ganesha Statuette Hand Carved from Kadam Wood, "Deva Ganesha"$49.99
Carved from native kadam wood, this sculpture depicts Lord Ganesha, the Remover of Obstacles. One of the most beloved of the Hindu deities, Ganesha is considered to be the patron of the arts and sciences and the deva of wisdom. Chander Kant carves the brilliantly detailed sculpture by hand.
Wood sculpture, "Fiery Ganesha"$219.99
Sitting on a splendid throne, Lord Ganesha blesses those who are faithful. He is also known as ("Knowledgeable") or ("God to Remove Obstacles"). Regarded as a benevolent deity, he is always called upon to bless any auspicious event. From Suresh and Devender Garg, this fantastic sculpture is hand-carved from kadam wood with rich detail and vivid artistry.
Ganesha is the son of the mighty god Siwa and the Goddess Parwati. Legend tells that while pregnant, a powerful demon appeared wanting to destroy heaven. The only thing that could destroy the demon and prevent the destruction of heaven was a demi-god who is neither animal nor human, but rather a combination of the two. The group of gods thus brought an elephant before Parwati, who had just given birth. She cast a powerful spell causing her newborn baby to take on characteristics of the powerful elephant and, in effect, creating the half-animal, half-man demi-god that could fight off the demon. The baby Ganesha then succeeded in killing the cruel demon and solidifying his legend.
Artisan Crafted Religious Wood Sculpture , "Ganesha's Blessing II"$219.99
From Suresh and Devender Garg, this finely detailed sculpture honors Lord Ganesha. The beloved man-elephant, Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Durga, and has the power to keep under control the occult forces that bring disaster upon humankind. He holds an axe and lash to protect the world from evil and disaster. On his third hand he holds his favorite dessert, and with his right hand he blesses the faithful. The Hindu deity appears on a lotus throne surrounded by mice, his vehicle to transcend the different plains of life as symbol of the mind's power.