Brass Hindu god hand crafted lord Narsingh Antique statue idol 12"

Brass Hindu god hand crafted lord Narsingh Antique statue idol 12"
Brass Hindu god hand crafted lord Narsingh Antique statue idol 12"
Brass Hindu god hand crafted lord Narsingh Antique statue idol 12"
Brass Hindu god hand crafted lord Narsingh Antique statue idol 12"

Brass Hindu god hand crafted lord Narsingh Antique statue idol 12"

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  • Product Details : Product Code - 65600 || Width x Depth (Inches) - 4 x 4 Inches || Height (Inches) - 12 Inches || Weight (In Kg) - 3.5 Kg || Material - Brass || Made In India
  • USAGE: To decorate living room, pooja room, foyuer, altar, meditation room or entrance to your home or office. And can be placed on top of table or can be installed or placed anywhere.
  • POSITIVE IMPACT: Creates peaceful ambience filled with harmony, spirituality and positive energy around us. And at the same time acts as magnificient piece of art and collectible.
  • GIFTING: An ideal gifting option to gift someone as a Wedding Gift/Anniversary Gift/Corporate Gift/Return Gift/Birthday Gift/Diwali Gift/Lucky Gift and a gift that can be given on all occassions like private parties or public community events.
  • Ships directly from our warehouse in Delhi. Prices in INR include cost of the product, applicable GST, packing charges, door delivery to your place in India.

This brass sculpture shows fourth incarnation of Lord Vishnu known as Narsingh. He has half human body and half lion (face). He is holding her consort Lakshmi (who is the consort of Vishnu) in his hands. The hooded snake under his left leg signifies that he has no fear for them (snakes/demons from the under waters world). He is seen with four hands in the statue and his right lower hand is offering blessings to all his devotees. Narsingh is considered a ferocious from of Vishnu, who is popularly depicted killing Hiranyakashipu, the father of Prahlada, and the brother of Holika. Hiranyakashipu tried to kill his son Prahlada as he was an ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu and he did not like it at all. His sister Holika was having a boon to be safe from fire and hence he put Prahlada in her lap on a pyre. But with Vishnu’s blessing Holika got burnt and Prahalada remained safe.

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