Sleeping Vishnu Statue
Material Used: This lovely work of art was carved out of pink stone. The sculpture’s detailed carving makes it particularly lovely, and it’s an excellent choice for frequent pujas at home and in the office.
Vishnu is a Hindu deity who is revered as one of the most powerful. Vishnu, via his incarnations Rama and Krishna, brings together a slew of other sacred figures and local heroes. His ideas are many, and he is said to have 10 avatars, but they are not all the same.
When Vishnu is summoned to fight evil and protect the Dharma, he is expected to show a side of himself (moral and spiritual law). Some incarnations, like as Parashurama and Krishna, kill innumerable innocent people, while the Buddha corrupts the good antigods. The eagle Garuda is Vishnu’s vahana, or mode of transportation on the earth, while Vaikuntha is his paradise.
Vishnu is shown in temples either lounging with his consorts Lakshmi (also known as Shri) and Bhumidevi (Earth), or reclining on the serpent Shesha’s circles—sleeping on the cosmic ocean between the world’s cycle destruction and re-manifestation. In addition, he is depicted standing in regal attire, holding the shankha (conch), chakra (discus), gada (club), or padma (club) in his four (sometimes two) hands (lotus).
A curl of hair on his chest serves as his shrivatsa mark, and he wears the auspicious diamond Kaustubha around his neck. In images, Vishnu Murti is often depicted with a dark complexion, which is also a distinctive trait of numerous of his incarnations.
The intricate craftsmanship done on it demonstrates the artisan’s dedication to completing this unique piece. On the whole body, minute carvings are produced with the right ornamentation in mind.
A flower, a conch shell, a discus, and a large club are all held by this sleeping Vishnu statue. Because sound and matter are regarded to be identical, the conch represents “Om,” the initial sound of creation as well as the genesis of matter. The sun is supposed to be represented by the discus.
His solar origins are reflected in the discus. Vishnu’s weapon, the Gada (club), signifies the elemental energy that gives rise to all physical and mental abilities. The Narayan Statue has a big necklace that reaches his knees. He’s wearing a little grin on his face.
Lord Vishnu is the Hindu god of protection and part of the Hindu holy Trimurti along with Shiva the Destroyer & Brahma the Creator
This sleeping Vishnu statue is holding a flower as well as a conch shell, discus, and a large gada or club with a glorious garland of flowers around his neck.
- The sheer size of this statue is hypnotic.
- It would provide a wonderful touch of tranquility to any temple or garden.
- This Vishnu statue represents peace, harmony, and balance, all of which are important aspects of our lives.
- It is one-of-a-kind and ideal for adding heavenly beauty to any landscape.
- Any alterations are available on a bespoke item, depending on the preferences of our Art Lover customers.
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