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Konark Chakra

Height- 47”

Material: Brown sandstone was utilised to build this attractive and stunning Konark Chakra sculpture. The sculpture stands out, and plenty of people love how serenely beautiful it is. This statue is appropriate for both indoor and outdoor usage and would make a wonderful focal point in any garden space or yard. This sculpture serves as an example of how Asian craftspeople continue to use time-honoured techniques.

One piece of folklore that frequently astounds and attracts people is the Konark Sun Temple. It is a fascinating subject for investigation because of its architecture, exquisite stone carvings, and compelling architectural narrative.

One claims that Konark was the location of the first Sun temple’s construction. The account of how Samba, the son of Lord Krishna, constructed the temple to honour the sun is told in the Samba Purana, a prehistoric book devoted to Surya. It is thought that Samba initiated the practise of sun worship.

Most of the architectural features that made the temple famous were completely buried beneath the debris and sands until the early nineteenth century. Visitors who visited in those days could not even comprehend the depth of its splendour due to the general public’s lack of understanding of the vicinity of these wonderful lions, wheels, horses, and elephants, as well as the Sun God’s simhasana (throne).

The temple Narasimhadeva was looking for had been built in the form of a huge Ratha (chariot), with twelve pairs of wheels elegantly fashioned out on the northern and southern fronts of the plinth item, and it had been drawn by a team of seven spirited horses soaring through the sky.

Konark Sun Temple is notable for being a superb example of the best historic architecture. The fine craftsmanship and elaborate carvings demonstrate the makers’ appreciation of skill. There are three main sections to the temple:

major temple designed to house the god, or vimana.
The worshipers could see the god from the Jagamohana (hall in front of the vimana).
The Nirtya-mandapa (dancing hall).

The temple was built to resemble the chariot of the Sun God. Numerous artistic carvings may be seen on the axis and edges of the chariot’s wheels. 24 wheels with a diameter of 9 feet 9 inches and 8 spokes each support the temple.

On the stone wheels, the etched art covers every available place. Six on either side of the main temple, four on either side of the Mukhasala, and two on either side of the stairs at the eastern front make up the entirety of the 24 wheels.

The 24 wheels and eight spokes each stand in for one of the 24 prahars (or hours) in a day.Wheel carving on the Konarak Sun Temple (Konrak), located in Orissa, India, dating to the 13th century CE. The solar deity Surya was honoured in the temple. The main shrine is designed like a chariot and has a total of 12 pairs of wheels, which stand in for time.

  • The presence of this Konark Chakra statue is captivating.
  • It would provide a special touch of tranquillity to any house or garden.
  • The beautiful structure is created with a chisel and hammer and the minute details are the best outcome provided by our master karigars.
  • The beautiful devadasis were constructed in the two sides of the chakra enhancing the beauty of the complete idol.
  • This sculpture exhibits the way old traditions and handcrafts are done by Asian craftsmen.
  • This idol has beautiful details carved on the body and the devadasis, as well as excellent carvings on the base.
  • This idol’s price is reasonable compared to any other similar-looking garden sculpture and is perfect for any home and garden.



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Dimensions 8 × 55 × 47 in

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