Exotic India presents this collection of tantric sculptures to help you on your spiritual journey. These magnificent artisan creations are powerful items for you to enjoy in your home.
What is tantra? This is the ancient study and philosophy of expanding yourself toward liberation. Every single being, every living creature, has a consciousness. That consciousness deepens as it meditates, making itself more subtle and less crude. In this process, a being can become united with the All. People who practice tantra are using techniques to do just that — merge with the universal consciousness at the basis of all things.
To put it more concisely, tantra is the esoteric path found in Hinduism and Buddhism. These are the hidden ways, the doors that are not for everyone to open. As it is involved with the individual having a direct experience of divinity, it is also considered a mystical school, perhaps the greatest and longest surviving of its kind in the entire world.
In the West, tantra is mostly misunderstood as merely an erotic practice. While there are ways for tantric practitioners to use those energies for liberation, all desire of any kind can be harnessed as a form of energy that can be wielded to liberate oneself from desire altogether.
These tantric sculptures can enliven and strengthen your own tantric practice. They are able to connect you with the techniques and meditation necessary to walk this esoteric path. What’s more, they are works of extraordinary artistic ability, as beautiful as they are profound. Exotic India is happy to make these powerful sculptures available to the world, from our artisans to you, wherever you are.
Q1. Why do Hindu statues have
are frequently portrayed with multiple arms to visually represent their supreme
and immense powers to perform several feats at the same time. While other
objects in hands are generally symbols of different spheres of human/spiritual
four arms represent:—
four aspects of Hindu psychology —are the mind (manas), the intellect (buddhi),
the ego (ahamkara), and consciousness (cit).
four levels of consciousness- waking (jagrata), dream (Swapna),
and transcendental consciousness (turiya).
four essential components of dharma are truth (Satya), meditation (tapa),
compassion (daya), and charity (dana). Four goals of the Hindu way of life -
dharma, kama, artha, and moksha.
8 arms represent the eight divine preserving powers (sakti)
which are; health (arogya), knowledge (jnana), wealth (dhana), organization
(sampadanam), cooperation (sahodyogaḥ), fame (kirti), courage (dhrti), and Truth(
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