Brass Indian Hindu Deity Lord Rama Parivar Family Idol Statue Figurine 11"

Brass Indian Hindu Deity Lord Rama Parivar Family Idol Statue Figurine 11" - 411600
Brass Indian Hindu Deity Lord Rama Parivar Family Idol Statue Figurine 11"

Brass Indian Hindu Deity Lord Rama Parivar Family Idol Statue Figurine 11"

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  • Product Details : Product Code - 411600 || Width x Depth (Inches) - 3 x 3 Inches || Height (Inches) - 11 Inches || Weight (In Kg) - 6.8 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 indoor/outdoor/home/garden.
  • 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.
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Hindu religion is the hub of an enormous number of sacred deities of Gods that are adorned and praised by the masses. Lord Rama is one of the many Gods who marks his origin right in the time of Satyug. Lord Rama also known as Maryada Purushottam is the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He is the most famous avatar on earth who was born to Kaushalya and Dasharatha in Ayodhya. Lord Rama along with Goddess Sita, Lakshman, and the devotee Hanuman are the main characters in the epic Ramayana. Together they are referred to as the Ramdarbar in the form of a statue, idol, or an image.

The life journey of Lord Rama has been toilsome with around 14 years of exile in the forest accompanied by Sita and Lakshman. Each and every event that occurred in the life of Rama is mentioned in Ramayana divided into various Kand like Bala Kanda, Ayodhya Kaand, Aranya Kanda, Kishkindha Kaand, Sundar Kaand, Yudha Kanda, and Uttara Kanda. The regular recitation of these Kandas especially Sundar Kanda brings peace and harmony at home. Along with the daily reading of Ramayana, the worship of the idol or the image of Ramdarbar creates a positive vibration in the nearby environment. The regular chanting of Ramcharitmanas requires the presence of Ramdarbar with Hanuman in the position of sitting with folded hands and listening to the verses.

Lord Rama and Sita present in human form on earth have faced a tremendous amount of difficulties. Lord Rama is looked upon as an ideal by many men due to the decisions taken and the disciple followed by him. Lord Rama practices and also preaches the concept of modesty, calmness, obeying elders, making friends, monogamy, the importance of good character, and much more.

The entire statue of Ramdarbar is the symbol of intellect, body, and mind along with the soul. It is the perfect representation of the self with all the several parts. Lakshman denotes body, Sita denotes intellect, Hanuman denotes mind, all of which are governed by the soul Lord Rama.

There are several benefits of keeping Ramdarbar at home and performing daily sacred rituals. Blessings of Lord Rama, Sita, and Hanuman can be received in various forms like fulfillment of wishes, protection of the entire family from evil, the establishment of peace and prosperity at home. Good health and wealth can be achieved which help in enhancing mental and physical strength too.

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