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Ram Hanuman Statue


Materials: This beautiful sculpture is created in sandstone, a very popular stone in Odisha. The stone is considered to be a strong stone for outdoor placements. The sculpture is perfect for homes, gardens, and temples. The statue is a customized piece and is created as per the client’s provided design.

Other names are also used to refer to the Vishnu avatar known as Rama. He is referred to as Raghava, Dasarathi, or Ramachandra (beautiful, gorgeous moon). He also goes by the name Ram Lalla (The infant form of Rama). Pawanputra Hanuman was a representation of Lord Shiva and we view them to be an example of energy, devotion, and confidence.

Rama is the seventh manifestation of Vishnu, commonly known as Ramachandra, the Hindu god. The Vana Parva of the Mahabharata and the Ramayana, the earliest Sanskrit epic that was composed somewhere in the fifth century BCE although, with some later revisions, both mention the death of the demon king Ravana as examples of his encounters.

One of the most valiant characters in Hindu mythology is Lord Rama, who is based on a real-life person, according to many Hindus. He and his wife Sita serve as representations of virginity and monogamy. Furthermore, Rama’s experiences serve as a prime example of the virtues and benefits of upholding one’s dharma.

All around India and Southeast Asia, but particularly in Oude and Bihar, Rama is still highly loved. For instance, at Rameswaram, he has a splendid temple that is well-known for its 17th-century CE columned corridor.

Rama is commonly shown in art with yellow robes, a bow and arrows, and green or blue skin. He will always be youthful. The Rama family or Rama Darbar, which also includes Sita, Laksmana, and Hanuman, are the characters he most usually appears with.

Hindu sculpture, wall paintings, and art in general frequently depict events from the Ramayana, most notably the epic fight with Ravana and depictions of Rama hunting deer in the forest.

According to Shakti and Bhakti, he is the ideal synthesis of “power, heroic activity, and positive perfection” and “loving, passionate devotion to his own deity Rama.” This Hanuman statue pays close attention to the hand motion.

The personification of Lord Shiva, Pawanputra Hanuman is revered as a symbol of tenacity, devotion, and tenacity. In Sanskrit, the term “Hanuman” really means “disfigured jaw.” Lord Hanuman, a brahmachari, had a son named Makardhwaja.

Hanuman also offered his own version of the Ramayan, which was superior to Valmiki’s. Lord Hanuman prevented Yama from taking Lord Rama as his time to die drew near. In the Sanskrit language, Lord Hanuman has 108 different names. All of our statues of Hanuman depict the characteristics of the Hindu god, such as his unwavering bravery in battle, physical prowess, moral character, and steadfast friendship with Rama.

One of the most important figures in the vast Hindu epic, the Ramayana narrative, is Hanuman, who is also known by the name Anjaneya. He is a vanara, a primate that resembles a person, and he assisted Rama in rescuing Sita from the Rakshasa ruler, Ravan.

This amazing Ram Hanuman statue design was created using the specifications and preferences of our customers. People summon this diety in pooja rooms where these sculptures are housed to avoid misfortunes and challenges in life.

  • The sheer immensity of this statue is mesmerizing.
  • In this figure, Hanuman is in a surrendered position in front of Lord Rama, and god is witnessed as giving blessings to his devotee.
  • The graceful look represents enormous strength and courage. This sculpture shows the love of Hanuman for his lord.
  • 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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