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Antique indian hand carved buddha bronze statue brass tibet shakyamuni 13"

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Brass bronze metal india goddess maa saraswati with sitar statue 5"

Brass hindu god lord panchmukhi hanuman statue antique idol religious figure 9"

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Power, strength, success along with fearlessness can be the utmost desire of any individual in today world. If all this can be achieved through a simple blessing coming your way then nothing can be better than this.Hindu god Hanuman also popular as Pawan Putra (Son of Lord Vayu, Air) or Bajrang Bali is the Hindu deity possessing enormous strength and power. Hanuman is the keen disciple of Lord Rama who played a vital role in the Hindu epic Ramayana. He played a crucial character in the war against Ravana. Hanuman appears as Vaanar (monkey-faced humanoid) who is the incarnation of Lord Shiva. He is known for providing fearlessness and strength to people. Hanuman Chalisa is the holy book regularly recited by his devotees, especially to keep away the evil spirits.

Hanuman is one of the main characters in Indian epic Ramayana, who played an active role in bringing back Sita from Lanka. According to popular stories, even the tail of great Hanuman had set the entire Lanka on fire. Many similar stories are very famous among the Hindus that talk about the tremendous strength of Hanuman. Once during the time of war between Lord Rama and Devil Ravana, Lakshmana, the younger brother of Lord Rama, was mortally hurt by Indrajeet, son of Ravana. To save his life, Hanuman was asked to travel to the Himalayas to find and bring the Sanjeevani herb. As he was unable to identify the correct herb he pulled the whole mountain and took it to the battlefield to save Lakshamana.

There is also a common myth about the existence of Hanuman that he never died or his soul never left earth. He is believed to be alive even today and his body exists as real but not visible to all. True disciples of Hanuman can feel his presence, strength and blessings coming their way. Other than the followers, even the common Hindu families keep statues, idols and pictures of Hanuman in their homes and worship them as a daily ritual. This also works effectively in keeping away the negative energies and evil spirits away from the house. Along with this, the regular recitation of Hanuman Chalisa, Bajrang Baan or Hanuman Ashtak brings positivity near the surroundings.