News by Tag: Wooden sculptures

Gambhar Wooden Sculpture-Tibetan Buddhist Lord Buddha in Dhyana
Buddha is the ultimate superhuman in Buddhism, who attained enlightenment by his immense and continuous meditation; he is the founder of the Buddhist culture of Tibet.

July 22, 2021

Wood-Carved Panel Of Instrument-Wielding Ganesha Figurines
As the favorite son of Shiva-Parvati, Lord Ganesha is widely revered as the adorable baala-deva (boy-deity) of the Hindu pantheon.

July 9, 2021

Dashabhujadhari Lord Panchamukha Hanuman South Indian Temple Wood Sculpture
A temple sculpture is a sculpture that draws heavily from the architecture and iconography of ancient Indian temples.

June 26, 2021

South Indian Wood Carving - Traditional Yali Temple Pillars
The Yali is to Indian culture what the griffin is to Greco-Roman culture. It refers to a creature that has the features of the most powerful members of the faunal kingdom and is yet more powerful than all of them put together.

June 10, 2021

Standing Kartikeya Blessing Of Fearlessness - Cedar Wood From Trivandrum
The beauty of a sculpture lies in the way it is carved and the materials used to give it a meaningful shape. This Kartikeya sculpture is sculpted out of cedar wood which has proven to be one of the best wood types.

May 22, 2021

Devi Sarasvati Mandir - South Indian Temple Wooden Carving
For the devotee of Devi Sarasvati, this murti comes with its own temple built around the Pratima. The handiwork is distinctly South Indian.

May 13, 2021

Gloried Kartikeya With Peacock - South Indian Temple Wood Carving
When earth, water, air, fire and ether (elements governed by Lord Shiva) united with pure consciousness (Shakti), Lord Kartikeya was born.

April 30, 2021

Wooden Sculpture Ganesha With Parasole And Kamandalu
When one begins to look for the beloved Ganesha in itihasa, the older of the two, which is Ramayana, yields no result.

April 27, 2021

Wooden Sculpture Goddess Durga of South India – Mariamman
The history of wood carving dates back to the Middle Paleolithic age and exists as a universal phenomenon in human culture as a means for artistry.

April 22, 2021

Shri Ganesha Seated on His Vahana - South Indian Wood Carving
Ganesha is revered in Hinduism popularly as Vighnaharta (one who removes obstacles) and also worshipped first before the start of any auspicious event or celebration to have an easy flow of work.

March 22, 2021

Get Wooden Sculptures - The Singular Chhavi Of Devi Durga
superbly detailed wooden sculpture of Devi Durga. She rides to victory on the back of her lion, Her trusty vahana (vehicle), which earns Her the name simhavahini (‘simha’ is Sanskrt for lion).

March 12, 2021

Get Floral Embellished Murli Krishna Carved in Teak Wood
Bhagwan Krishna is popular for his expansive beauty and charm, clearly presented in this wooden sculpture.

March 10, 2021

Warrior Lord Ganesha With Nandi And Shadbhujadhari Shiva
That first glance of this Ganesha sculpture puts a glamorous smile on our face, the smooth and glossy texture, sharp cuts and strikingly realistic features enhance the cosmic prowess and beauty of Lord Ganesha.

February 15, 2021

Get Canopy Buddha Upon A High Pedestal
A quiet, withdrawn wanderer breaks His journey at the foot of the Bodhi tree. He is a yogi of the finest order, centred within the self.

February 8, 2021

Get Wooden Sculptures - Bhagawan Ganesha Seated on Lotus
This chant is used at the beginning of a new venture, to clear the path of obstacles and to invoke Lord Ganesha.

January 2, 2021

Get Large Ganesha Seated On Lotus Throne with Large Kirtimukha Floral Aureole
Lord Ganapati is the most worshipped deity all over in the entire Hindu pantheon, he is the lord or the master of ganas who is worshipped as the remover of obstacles.

November 30, 2020

Get The Great Triad of Lakshmi Ganesha and Saraswati wooden Sculpture
The wooden panel you see on this page is a symbol of auspiciousness, moulded stylishly in varied patterns and designs that enhance the beauty of its carve

October 30, 2020

Get Samapatti Lord Buddha Sculpture of Gambhar Wood From Bodh Gaya
The gamhar tree of the Indian deciduous belt yields a cream-coloured wood. Its texture is smooth as opposed to grainy, and has a fresh lustre that captures the glamour of the Shakyamuni.

October 13, 2020