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Gandhanra Vintage Brahma Statue,Handcarved,Top Collection Figurine Amulet,Zen Home Decor

Gandhanra Vintage Brahma Statue,Handcarved,Top Collection Figurine Amulet,Zen Home Decor





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Tihis is only one, very rare. HAND CARVED - These statues are 100% hand carved, with a retro style and exquisite details, small and delicate, perfect for collections as home decoration. POCKET-SIZED - Measures 2.16 inches tall, 1.2 inches wide. Fits any corner on desk, car, or terrarium. PERFECT PRESENT - Packed in beautiful gift-box ready for any occasion. Ideal for Buddhist friends or relatives. DOUBLES AS DECOR - Also serves as a physical reminder to practice mindfulness and focused breathing - to bring more awareness, compassion, and wisdom into one's life. ❤ SPECIFICATIONS Hight:about 5.5 cm /2.16 inches Width:about 3 cm / 1.2inches Weight: about 51g /1.8 oz Material: Brass Craft: Manual mold, pouring ❤ ABOUT BRAHMA Brahma (Sanskrit: ब्रह्मा, romanized: Brahmā) is one of the principal deities of Hinduism. He is also referred to as Svayambhu (lit. 'self-born') and is associated with creation, knowledge and Vedas. Brahma is referred to as "The Creator" within the Trimurti, the trinity of supreme Hindu gods that also includes Vishnu, the preserver, and Shiva, the destroyer.[9][8][10] Brahma is prominently mentioned in creation legends, though there are many varying versions. In some Puranas, he created himself in a golden egg known as Hiranyagarbha. According to Vaishnava accounts of creation, Brahma was born in a lotus, emerging from the navel of Vishnu. The Shaivism sects believe that he is born from Shiva or his aspects, while the goddess centric Shaktism states that Devi created the universe, including Brahma. Brahma is commonly depicted as a red or golden complexioned bearded man, with four heads and hands. His four heads represent the four Vedas and are pointed to the four cardinal directions. He is seated on a lotus and his vahana (mount) is a hamsa (swan, goose or crane). Goddess Saraswati is generally mentioned as Brahma's wife and she represents his creative energy (shakti) as well as the knowledge which he possesses. According to the scriptures, Brahma created his children from his mind and thus, they were referred to as Manasputra.

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