Small Brass Goddess Durga Seated on Lion
4 Inch
4 Inch
5.5 Inch
5.5 Inch

Small Brass Goddess Durga Seated on Lion

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The worship of the feminine has always been central to the Hindu culture. Be it any cast or sect, a feminine deity is always present to receive the reverence and devotion of her ardent devotees. Devi Durga, one of the most fierce manifestations of the supreme energy, is one such feminine deity in Hinduism. There is a whole sect of people dedicated to her worship known as the 'Shakta' people. Her devotees regard her as the Parabrahm (the ultimate being) itself, thus worshipping her to attain moksha (salvation). According to the legends, she was the one who slew the demon Mahishasura, who had wreaked havoc upon the living beings, thus relieving her devotees of misery and suffering.

4 Inch
4 Inch
5.5 Inch
5.5 Inch
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Item Code: ZAT02
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Brass
4 inch Height x 4 inch Width x 2.5 inch Depth
630 gm
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23 years in business
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Shipped to 153 countries
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This brass statue perfectly portrays the ferocious yet affectionate form of Devi with utmost care and delicacy. The fine carvings on the pure brass make the Devi almost feel alive. Sitting on her mighty lion, the ten-handed Devi is holding various weapons and also blessing her devotees at the same time. This signifies her benevolent and motherly nature, but if the situation compels, she is ever ready to slay the forces of evil as well. The Devi is clad in an ethnic Sari and exquisite Jewelleries. A garland slithering down her body and the royal crown completes her presence as a divine deity. Still, amidst all the chaos, her face radiates divine calm and silence. A silence that can pervade even the most restless of hearts. That is what the Devi stands for, to keep fighting with the evil within, and rise towards divinity, becoming one with the eternal silence. To celebrate Devi Durga's victory over Mahishasura, a 9 days long festival is held known as the Navaratri. Celebrated in almost every part of the country, this is when the Devi almost rules the very heart of the people. Such is the love and devotion for Devi among people. This love and devotion have made it possible to craft such a beautiful statue, conveying the innate essence of mother goddess Durga.



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