10" Lord Ganesha with Deeplakshmi Pair (Set of Three Statues) in Brass

10" Lord Ganesha with Deeplakshmi Pair (Set of Three Statues) in Brass

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The statue of Deepalakshmi isn't just a portrayal of a lady holding a light, but the symbolic portrayal of light as a propitious woman. In Hinduism, Goddess Deepalakshmi addresses the lighting of Sandhya Deepam (evening light), and is vital in a large number of homes every day. Your house will be adorned by the remover of obstacles, Lord Ganesha’s statue, and the beautiful statues of Goddess Deepalakshmi. Lord Ganesha is the name of the God of intelligence, child of Lord Shiva, and Goddess Parvati.


Ganesha: 10.5 inch Height x 7.2 inch Width x 5.5 inch Depth
Deeplakshmi: 7.6 inch Height x 2.6 inch Width x 3.2 inch Depth

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Item Code: ZCN12
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Brass Statue
6.44 kg
23 years in business
23 years in business
Shipped to 153 countries
Shipped to 153 countries
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More than 1M+ customers worldwide
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Ganesha is revered before the worship of other Gods in Hindu folklore and prominently known as Vighnaharta, the Lord of remover of all obstacles on your path to spiritual awakening. Ganesha is viewed as the Lord of letters and learning. Ganesha encourages us to stay away from our ego and extreme self-pride. Lord Ganesha gives the insight to bargain each issue with tranquility and harmony. Animosity kills harmony and astuteness, Ganesha controls the evil inside us. In India, he is revered and adored on numerous religious events by  Hindus, Jains, and Buddhists. The eye-catching statues have been designed with high attention to even the smallest details and will be a great addition to your collection.


The brass Statue offered by us is a beautiful piece with an antique touch, unique designs, and a perfect finish. The high quality of pure Brass ensures its longevity, Indian history of handicraft is proof of that. These beautiful statues can be wiped clean with a soft cotton cloth once or twice a week. The brass statues were carefully handcrafted by the finest sculptors from South India.


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