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Garden Angel Statue

Height: 3 ft

Materials: Brown Sand Stone is used in this statue of Apsara (Pujarini). It is a famous stone variety of Odisha.

The lady in this statue replicates a female artisan who was dedicated to adore and serve a god or a temple for the rest of her life. The engagement took place in a Pottukattu belief that was somewhat related to a marriage celebration.

In addition to taking care of the temple and offering customs, these women also analyzed and prepared classical Indian artistic works such as Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi, and Odissi. Their social standing was high as dancing and music were an significant part of temple prayer.

After becoming Devadasis, the women would devote their time determining sacred rites, rituals, and dances. Angel statue was supposed to live a life of celibacy, however, there have been situations of exceptions. In the eastern state of Odisha Devadasis were known colloquially as Maharis of the Jagannath temple complex.

The term Devadasi connected with the women who danced inside the temple. Garden angel statue, or Mahari, means “those great women who can control normal human impulses, their five senses and can submit themselves completely to God.” Mahari means Mahan Nari that is, the woman relating to God. Sri Chaitanayadev had defined Devadasis as Sebayatas who served God through dance and music.

The 1956 Odisha Gazette references Devadasis dances. They had two everyday routines. The Bahara Gaaunis would dance at the Sakala Dhupa. After breakfast Lord Jagannatha would give Darshana to the bhaktas (the devotees). In the central hall, a Devadasi, co-occurred by musicians and the Rajaguru (the court guru), would dance standing near the Garuda stambha (pillar). They would perform only pure dance and could be observed by the audience.

The Bhitara Gaunis would sing at the Badashinghara, the main ceremonial for ornamenting and dressing God. At night, Lord Jagannatha would first be accepted by male Sebayatas, who would fan him and decorate him with blossoms. After they left, a Bhitara Gaauni would then enter the room, stand near the door (Jaya Vijaya), sing Gita Govinda songs, and possibly perform a ritual dance. Later she would come out and acknowledge that the Lord has gone to sleep and the guard would close the main gate.

The 1956 Orissa Gazette lists nine Devadasis and eleven temple musicians. By 1980, only four Devadasis were left – Harapriya, Kokilaprabha, Parashmani, and Shashimani. By 1998, only Shashimani and Parashmani were still alive.

The daily ceremonial dance had ended, although Shashimani and Parashmani served in a few of the yearly temple rituals such as NabakalebaraNanda Utsava, and Duara Paka during Bahuda Jatra.

In India, garden angel statue is a female artist who is assigned to worship and serve a deity or a temple for the rest of her life. These imposing statues are popular all around the world for enhancing the beauty of any landscape.

  • The sheer prominence of this Apsara statue is mesmerizing.
  • This  Angel Sculpture will bring beauty to any landscape.
  • In this figure, a dancing lady is standing in a devotional pose.
  • The graceful look of this apsara represents beauty and devotion towards God.
  • Our artisan carves this sculpture with a single block of brown sandstone, which increases the durability of this Garden Angel Statue in many folds.
  • It is completely one of a kind masterpiece. Any changes are possible on a customized piece of Apsara Statue, as per our Art Lover customer’s choice.
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Dimensions 36 in

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