Garuda Gift Stone Sculpture 3″


The material used in it is Pink Stone. This sculpture is wonderfully crafted by our best artisans. For more such mudras browse our website. If you still don’t get what you want, our artisans will craft your specified designs with utmost care and love.


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  • This Garuda Gift Stone Sculpture is a handcrafted creation therefore minor variation in color or design may arise. Small irregularities are rare and are intrinsic to the beauty of this creation as it is ultra-carefully crafted by hand.

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Garuda Gift Stone Sculpture

Materials: We have used Pink stone in this Garuda Statue which is a famous stone variety used by Odisha’s craftsmen.

Total Height: 3 inches

Garuda is a bird creature from Hindu mythology that has a mix of an eagle and human features. He is the vehicle of Vishnu and appears on the god’s banner.

Garuda Gift Stone Sculpture is described in one text as emerald in color, with the beak of a kite, roundish eyes, golden wings, and four arms and with a breast, knees, and legs like those of a kite. He is also described anthropomorphically, with wings and hawklike characteristics. Two of his hands are wrapped in affection(anjali mudra), and the other two carry a sunshade and the pot of amrita. Sometimes Vishnu rides on his arms.

Garuda, in Hindu mythology, the bird (a kite or an eagle) and the vahana (mount) of the lord Vishnu. In the Rigveda, the sun is connected to a bird in its flight across the sky, and an eagle displays the ambrosial soma plant from heaven to earth. The fictitious account of Garuda’s birth in the Mahabharata recognizes him as the younger brother of Aruna, the charioteer of the sun god, Surya.

Garuda’s mother, Vinata, mother of the birds, was cheated into becoming the slave of her sister and co-wife, Kadru, mother of the nagas (serpents). The permanent hatred between the birds, especially Garuda, and the serpents is attributed to this. The nagas agreed to release Vinata if Garuda could obtain for them a drink of the elixir of immortality, the amrita, or soma.

Garuda accomplished that feat, thus giving the snakes the capacity to slough off their old skins, and, on his way back from the heavens, he met Vishnu and agreed to serve him as his vehicle and also as his emblem.

Garuda represents birth and heaven and is the enemy of all snakes.

  • The sheer immensity of this Garuda Gift Stone Sculpture is mesmerizing.
  • It would surely bring a special piece of serenity to any temple or garden.
  • Our artisan carves this sculpture with a single block of pink stone, which increases its durability in many folds.
  • It is completely one of a kind and best as a gift for your loved ones. Any changes are possible on a customized piece, as per our Art Lover customer’s choice.
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