32" Large Four-Armed Standing Lord Vishnu Bronze Sculpture

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“Kaayena Vaacaa Manasea-Indriyairvaa
Buddhyi-Aatmanaa Vaa Prakrteh Svabhaavaat
Karomi Yad-Yat-Sakalam Parasmai
Naaraayannayeti Samarpayaami”


Taken from verse 38 from Mukunda Mala this shloka translates to the following –


“Whatever actions I do use my mind, body, and senses because of my intellect, my emotions, and my natural tendencies, I do them for the Supreme One and I submit them at the feet of Lord Narayana.”


Known as the preserver of the universe and worshiped in many avatars, Lord Vishnu is seen with a crown gracing his head giving him a royal appearance and a halo behind it. The idol is a fine manifestation of Lord Vishnu’s power and godliness but also shows his benevolence and his king-like form.


The Supreme One is seen draped in a dhoti and adorned with the finest ornaments - kundalas in both his ears, a girdle around his waist, armbands on both arms, and a necklace around his neck. His bejeweled form is a vision to behold.

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Item Code: DDG012
Height: 32.5 inch
Width: 15.5 inch
Depth: 10 inch
Weight: 27.90 kg
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A beautiful amalgamation of art and devotion, this bronze idol of Lord Vishnu is the perfect representation of his divinity and grace. It depicts him standing on a lotus with four arms. The two arms at the back symbolize Lord Vishnu’s presence in the spiritual realm, while the two arms at the front represent his presence in the world of humans, thus implying that he is omnipresent for his beloved devotees. There’s radiance and calmness on the face of the Lord and his posture is sturdy yet sophisticated. He appears to be smiling and bestowing blessings upon his devotees.


Referred to as Narayana, he stands poised and gracefully holds a conch shell in one hand and a discus in the other, two out of the many symbols that are usually associated with him. Also called Panchajanya, the conch shell is a symbol of the sound of creation. The discus which is called Sudarshan Chakra represents the cycle of time.


The idol is meticulously crafted from bronze which has always been the prime preference of the artisans of India when it comes to creating spiritual idols because of its durability and luster. The fine detailing of the sculpture catches the eyes and leaves the onlooker awestruck.


This beautiful sculpture exudes positive vibes that enhance the experience of devotion and elevate the spiritual journey of the devotees.

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  • Q. Is the statue hollow or solid ?
    A. Panchaloha bronze statues are made through a process of lost wax casting, hence they are solid. To know more about how bronze statues are made, please read our article on Panchaloha Bronze Statues. Whereas, brass statues are made through a process of clay casting, hence are hollow.
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  • Q. Can you customise the statue for me ?
    A. For any customisation, a new bronze statue has to be made. To know more, kindly email us at help@exoticindia.com.
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