3" Small Garuda Copper Statue in Namaskara Mudra | Handmade

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Garuda or Garudalavar (Garuda who is the devotee of Vishnu), also known as Karudan or Garudan, the mighty bird mount of Sri Vishnu is an eternal and sacred part of the Vaishnava shrines, legends, and rituals. His holiness and devotion to Vishnu have been presented in this small copper statute, depicting Garuda in anthropomorphic form (as a human). He stands on a lotus peetha (pedestal), wearing a Vaishnava crown with his wings and tassels of his dhoti forming beautiful waves on his sides. Shown with a youthfulness and bliss on his face, Garuda has his hands in Namaskara mudra, the gesture of showing reverence. Icons like this are a part of Vishnu temples, where Garuda eternally stands as the supreme symbol of Vishnu-bhakti.

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Item Code: ZEQ648
Specifications:
Copper
Dimensions 3.20 inch Height X 2.00 inch Width X 1.20 inch Depth
Weight: 170 gm
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