BandhanwarBandhanwar used on many occasions like Pooja, Festivals, House Warming, Parties, and inaugurations. This festive season decorate your home/doors and bring good luck to your home with this auspicious and elegant bandhanwar/door hanging. It is hand-made by artisans and reflects the artistic ..
What is wealth without prosperity? What is money without the wisdom to use
it properly? Will all the material gains in the world be permanent without
intelligence? In Hinduism the aim of worshiping both Goddess Lakshmi and Lord
Ganesha is to attain prosperity and wealth along with intelligence an..
Lakshmi Ganesh SaraswatiThis magnificent piece of art is made in Aluminum by the crafters of Moradabad, the Metal City. Themost unique feature about this piece is that even though it is made using aluminum, it has a brass-y lookto it due to the undertones of black in golden color. By looking at the ..
This laughing buddha standing statue is completely handcrafted in India by very skillful artists using aluminum. The Laughing Buddha Feng shui symbol is based on the story of a Buddhist monk who lived in the 10th century. He is considered a reincarnation of Gautama Buddha (the historical Buddha); an..
Lord Krishna is one of the most widely worshiped deities across the Hindu tradition. He is often depicted as a child-god, a young lad playing flute, or a spiritual being. Considered as the 8th avatar of Lord Vishnu, Krishna, in this statue is depicted playing a flute.The statue is extremely well cra..
Nataraja or “”the lord of dance””, is a depiction of the Hindu god Shiva as the cosmic ecstatic dancer. His dance is called Tandavam. This statue of Nataraja is completely handmade by skilled artists who render fine finish and superior gleam to the product. The idol can be kept at home for decoratio..
The idol depicts the most common sitting posture of Lord Ganesha, known as the Lalitasana. It shows Ganpathi sitting on a throne with his left leg folded and the right leg resting on the ground. The leg that rests on the ground shows that Lord Ganesha is concerned about the affairs of the world and ..
In this statue, Lord of Dance, Nataraja, Shiva is shown performing the Tandava, the dance in which the universe is created, maintained, and dissolved. He dances within a circular or cyclically closed arch of flames, which symbolically represent the cosmic fire that in Hindu cosmology creates everyth..
In this idol, Ganesha is shown in a reclining posture. It symbolizes luxury, comfort, wealth and prosperity. When Lord Ganesha is shown in this form it gives a very royal and divine look. The fully metal body is beautifully adorned and the intricate designs on it are done by skilled craftsmen.The ma..