Materials: Black Stone is used in this Hanuman Statue.
Pawanputra Hanuman was an embodiment of Lord Shiva and we regard them to be an illustration of energy, devotion, and determination.
Hanuman is celebrated as a subsidiary body in temples dedicated to Rama and also directly in shrines devoted to Hanuman himself. The latter are usually thronged by monkeys, who know that they cannot be mistreated there. In temples everywhere in India, he arrives in the form of a monkey with a red face while standing erect like a human. For his service to Rama, Hanuman is also a model for all human worship.
Hanuman is also a public figure among Buddhists in Central, Southeast, and East Asia, and completely those areas, many temples have been built for his worship, and districts of towns bear his name. Outside India, however, rather different stories are told of him. Although steadfastly chaste in the Sanskrit culture, for example, he has wives and children in other cultures.
He is observed as the ideal mixture of “strength, heroic initiative and positive excellence” and “loving, loving devotion to his own god Rama”, as Shakti and Bhakti. Particular consideration is given to the hand gesture in this Hanuman Murti.
Pawanputra Hanuman was the epitome of Lord Shiva and is thought to be an exemplification of strength, devotion, and perseverance. The name, ‘Hanuman’ really means ‘disfigured jaw’ in Sanskrit. Although he was a brahmchari, Lord Hanuman had a son – Makardhwaja.
Hanuman also performed his version of Ramayan – which was a superior version connected to that of Valmiki’s. When Lord Rama’s time of death was at hand, Lord Hanuman stopped Yama from claiming him. There are 108 names for Lord Hanuman in the Sanskrit Language. All our Hanuman statues represent the characteristics of the Hindu god including his absolute bravery in battle, physical strength, moral character, and his devoted friendship to Rama.
Hanuman, who is also known as Anjaneya, is one of the most essential personalities in the great Hindu epic, the Ramayana saga. He is a vanara, a humanoid monkey, who assisted Rama in rescuing His Consort, Sita, from the Rakshasa king, Ravana.
This image is carved in a single piece of Black Stone, and the whole structure is created with the most care and consideration. The minute carving and detailing are kept into consideration. Any changes can be done while carving a new piece of this divine structure.
This particular Hanuman Murti design is done according to our customer’s needs and choices. Hanuman statues are kept in pooja rooms, and people worship this diety to stay out of all mishaps and difficulties in life.
- The sheer immensity of this Hanuman Murti is mesmerizing.
- In this figure, Hanuman is in a standing position in ashirwad mudra.
- The graceful look represents enormous strength and courage.
- It is completely one of a kind masterpiece.
- Any changes are possible on a customized piece, as per our Art Lover customer’s choice.
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