Possessing this ornate sculpture from the Exotic India collection is equivalent to having the entire heavens upon a small stand in your house. Navgrah (Sanskrit for 'nine celestial bodies') is the collection of deities in Whom are manifested the divinity contained within each celestial body of the solar system. Sooryan, Chandran, Mangal, Budhan, Guru, Shukran, Shanee, Raahoo, and Ketoo are arranged delicately on an elaborate, common base, each facing the direction ordained to them by the essence of the universe.
Bronze has been the preferred metal of sculpturors since time immemorial. Even though sculptures of brass are more abundant due to the commercial availability of the alloy - especially across the Exotic India website - it is bronze that has a more artistic, elite whiff to it. The members of the Chola dynasty constituted the key patron group of bronze sculpture, who demanded great skill in this art form, funded innovative methods that have gone down in history, and caused the golden age of bronze casting to flourish in the subcontinent.