Brass Hanuman Statue
Hanuman, one of the most famous devotees of Lord Rama, is a favorite among all. Known for his bravery in battle and the rescue of Sita, Hanuman's unflagging devotion to God is second to none.
He gives strength, protection and encouragement to those who worship him. A perfect piece for altar or use as home decor. Adorable and a special favorite of children. Makes a wonderful gift for children paired with our children's Ramayana book (although many adults have been known to read the children's version of Hindu stories as they explain key concepts easily with pictorial representations in an easy to understand manner).
There is no limit to the adorableness of this pure opal elephant. Perfectly carved and dazzling in its opalescent light, it cheers up any space. Handcarved out of pure opalite, this is such a delightful piece and also makes a great gift!
Also sold in our children's collection, it will come in a children's unboxing experience with a special box, bag with the opal elephant and sticker.
Opalite benefits include a creativity boost and inspiration. It is also known for swiftly uplifting one’s mood and bringing about a more lighthearted attitude towards life, which we all need to be reminded to have sometimes. Their iridescent hue is so, so beautiful. We recommend cleaning this piece with a microfiber cloth or water.
Elephants are revered symbols in many cultures, as they are the largest living land mammals. In feng shui, they represent strength, protection, wisdom, and good luck!
Native to Asia and Africa, the elephant has always been highly admired. Elephants are revered in Buddhism and are one of the seven precious treasures of the universal monarch. Like a snow mountain, the elephant embodies dignity, majesty, and power.
In much of Buddhist and Hindu iconography, deities ride on elephants and are considered honored vehicles for transmitting spiritual teachings. In the Vedic systems, Ganesha is one of the most popular and loved deities. He has the head of an elephant and body of a boy. In ancient times, elephants were trained to battle because they were so powerful that they could remove any obstacles.
Feng shui recommendations: they can be positioned to face outward to guard at the main entrance of the home. The symbols can be placed on either the interior and exterior sides of the entry,