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Ganesha grey with golden coloured finish

Productnr.: 9048

Weight: 1380 g; Dimensions: 14 cm

Ganesha - grey with golden coloured finish

Ganesha (also Ganesh or Ganapati Tantra) is in the pantheon of Hinduism, but also in Buddhism, the god with the elephant head. He is the god of knowledge and wisdom, clears obstacles, and is the patron saint of travellers. Hindus pray to Ganesh before they start something new, or when they are moving. Ganesh is the sun of Shiva and Parvati.

Material: brass.
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Shiva Nataraja brass doubble ring two coloured

Productnr.: 9045

Weight: 420 g; Dimensions: 15 cm

Shiva Nataraja - brass - doubble ring two coloured

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.
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Shiva Nataraja brass doubble ring gold colored

Productnr.: 9044

Weight: 420 g; Dimensions: 15 cm

Shiva Nataraja - brass - doubble ring gold colored

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.
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Ganesh brass miniature

Productnr.: 9040

Weight: 120 g; Dimensions: 5 cm

Ganesh - brass - miniature

Ganesha (also Ganesh or Ganapati Tantra) is in the pantheon of Hinduism, but also in Buddhism, the god with the elephant head. He is the god of knowledge and wisdom, clears obstacles, and is the patron saint of travellers. Hindus pray to Ganesh before they start something new, or when they are moving. Ganesh is the sun of Shiva and Parvati.

This small brass beauty can also be carried along while travelling.

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Ganesh statue

Productnr.: 14980

Dimensions: 8 cm

Ganesh statue - elephant god with four arms

Image of the well-known Indian luck-bringing elephant god, beautifully detailed.
Materials:
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Ganesh statue

Productnr.: 14988

Dimensions: 17 cm

Ganesh statue - elephant god with four arms

Image of the well-known Indian luck-bringing elephant god, beautifully detailed.
Materials: white alabaster with polyresin.
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Ganesh statuette

Productnr.: 14996

Dimensions: 12.5 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Ganesh statuette - the elephant god

The bringer of luck!

Materials: mixture of white alabaster with resin.
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Ganesh statuette

Productnr.: 14997

Dimensions: 10 cm

Ganesh statuette - the elephant god with four arms

The bringer of luck!

Materials: mixture of white alabaster with resin.
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Incence burner Ganesha brass

Productnr.: 15682

Weight: 54 g; Dimensions: 4.5 cm

Incence burner Ganesha brass

Ganesha in Hinduism embodies wisdom and intelligence. He is a protector of science and the arts: music, poetry and dance.
He also is considered to be a patron for your house and for business. His presence ensures happiness.

Specifications
Material: brass
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Miniature statue sitting Ganesha

Productnr.: 15683

Weight: 24 g; Dimensions: 3 cm

Mini statue Ganesh - sitting

Ganesha incorporates wisdom and intelligence, in Hinduism. He protects sciences and arts alike: music, poetry and dance. He is also worshipped as tutelary deity for the home and business. His presence guarantees good fortune.

Material: brass.
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Ohm ganesh wall decoration

Productnr.: 17286

Dimensions: 11×14 cm

Material: Polyresin
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Ganesh statue white

Productnr.: 17287

Dimensions: 9×12 cm

Material: Polyresin
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Saraswati white

Productnr.: 17291

Dimensions: 15.5 cm

Material: Polyresin
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Ganesh statue ridhi sidhi white

Productnr.: 17292

Dimensions: 11×12 cm

Material: Polyresin
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Mini statuette Shiva standing brass

Productnr.: 4349

Weight: 65 g; Dimensions: 6.5 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mini statuette Shiva - standing with trident lance

Material: brass.
Shiva is one of the most important gods from the Hinduism. As part of a trinity, he represents the principle of destruction, however also causing new creation and beginning.

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Mini statuette Ganesh OHM brass

Productnr.: 4352

Weight: 120 g; Dimensions: 6.5 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mini statuette Ganesh - with OHM-symbol

Material: brass.
Ganesha incorporates wisdom and intelligence, in Hinduism. He protects sciences and arts alike: music, poetry and dance. He is also worshipped as tutelary deity for the home and business. His presence guarantees good fortune.
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Mini statuette Ganesh sitting brass

Productnr.: 4355

Weight: 85 g; Dimensions: 5.3 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mini statuette Ganesh - sitting

Material: brass.
Ganesha incorporates wisdom and intelligence, in Hinduism. He protects sciences and arts alike: music, poetry and dance. He is also worshipped as tutelary deity for the home and business. His presence guarantees good fortune.
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Mini statuette Vishnu brass

Productnr.: 4360

Weight: 80 g; Dimensions: 6 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mini statuette Vishnu

Material: brass.



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Ganesh statue with mosaic decoration

Productnr.: 17593

Dimensions: 25 cm

Ganesh statue with mosaic decoration

Ganesha incorporates wisdom and intelligence, in Hinduism. He protects sciences and arts alike: music, poetry and dance. He is also worshipped as tutelary deity for the home and business. His presence guarantees good fortune.

Material: brass and inlaid colored polyresin decoration: coral, turquoise, lapis lazuli.
Color: silver 
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Ganesh brass miniature

Productnr.: 9040

Weight: 120 g; Dimensions: 5 cm

Ganesh - brass - miniature

Ganesha (also Ganesh or Ganapati Tantra) is in the pantheon of Hinduism, but also in Buddhism, the god with the elephant head. He is the god of knowledge and wisdom, clears obstacles, and is the patron saint of travellers. Hindus pray to Ganesh before they start something new, or when they are moving. Ganesh is the sun of Shiva and Parvati.

This small brass beauty can also be carried along while travelling.
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Ganesha grey with golden coloured finish

Productnr.: 9048

Weight: 1380 g; Dimensions: 14 cm

Ganesha - grey with golden coloured finish

Ganesha (also Ganesh or Ganapati Tantra) is in the pantheon of Hinduism, but also in Buddhism, the god with the elephant head. He is the god of knowledge and wisdom, clears obstacles, and is the patron saint of travellers. Hindus pray to Ganesh before they start something new, or when they are moving. Ganesh is the sun of Shiva and Parvati.

Material: brass.
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Ganesh dancing brass

Productnr.: W9022

Weight: 150 g; Dimensions: 10 cm

Ganesh dancing - brass

Ganesha (also Ganesh or Ganapati Tantra) is in the pantheon of Hinduism, but also in Buddhism, the god with the elephant head. He is the god of knowledge and wisdom, clears obstacles, and is the patron saint of travellers. Hindus pray to Ganesh before they start something new, or when they are moving. Ganesh is the sun of Shiva and Parvati.

Adorable brass replica, also to be kept in your car.

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Ganesha brass 2 colours

Productnr.: W9094

Weight: 1870 g; Dimensions: 20 cm

Ganesha - brass - two colours

Ganesha (also Ganesh or Ganapati Tantra) is in the pantheon of Hinduism, but also in Buddhism, the god with the elephant head. He is the god of knowledge and wisdom, clears obstacles, and is the patron saint of travellers. Hindus pray to Ganesh before they start something new, or when they are moving. Ganesh is the sun of Shiva and Parvati.

Beautifully finished little statue, made of brass and copper.
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Baby Ganesah Brass two-colour

Productnr.: W9505

Weight: 440 g; Dimensions: 10 cm

Baby Ganesha - Brass - two-colour

Ganesha (also Ganesh or Ganapati Tantra) is in the pantheon of Hinduism, but also in Buddhism, the god with the elephant head. He is the god of knowledge and wisdom, clears obstacles, and is the patron saint of travellers. Hindus pray to Ganesh before they start something new, or when they are moving. Ganesh is the sun of Shiva and Parvati.

Adorable little idol, made of brass and copper.

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Ganesha brass two-colour

Productnr.: W9838

Weight: 3300 g; Dimensions: 26 cm

Ganesha - brass - two-colour

Ganesha (also Ganesh or Ganapati Tantra) is in the pantheon of Hinduism, but also in Buddhism, the god with the elephant head. He is the god of knowledge and wisdom, clears obstacles, and is the patron saint of travellers. Hindus pray to Ganesh before they start something new, or when they are moving. Ganesh is the sun of Shiva and Parvati.

Beautiful imaging of the elephant god, holding tingsha and bell, in two colours metal.
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Appu Ganesh brass miniature

Productnr.: W9885

Weight: 100 g; Dimensions: 4.5 cm

Appu Ganesh - brass - miniature

Ganesha (also Ganesh or Ganapati Tantra) is in the pantheon of Hinduism, but also in Buddhism, the god with the elephant head. He is the god of knowledge and wisdom, clears obstacles, and is the patron saint of travellers. Hindus pray to Ganesh before they start something new, or when they are moving. Ganesh is the sun of Shiva and Parvati.

This small brass beauty can also be carried along while travelling.
Image for: Shiva Nataraja brass doubble ring gold colored

Shiva Nataraja brass doubble ring gold colored

Productnr.: 9044

Weight: 420 g; Dimensions: 15 cm

Shiva Nataraja - brass - doubble ring gold colored

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.
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Shiva Nataraja brass doubble ring two coloured

Productnr.: 9045

Weight: 420 g; Dimensions: 15 cm

Shiva Nataraja - brass - doubble ring two coloured

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.
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Shiva Nataraj brass two-colour

Productnr.: W9050

Weight: 80 g; Dimensions: 10 cm

Shiva Nataraj - brass - two-colour

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.
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Shiva Nataraj brass monochrome

Productnr.: W9050/1

Weight: 80 g; Dimensions: 10 cm

Shiva Nataraj - brass - monochrome

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.
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Shiva Nataraja brass two-colour

Productnr.: W9051

Weight: 160 g; Dimensions: 13 cm

Shiva Nataraja - brass - two-colour

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.
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Shiva Nataraj brass monochrome

Productnr.: W9051/1

Weight: 160 g; Dimensions: 13 cm

Shiva Nataraj  - brass - monochrome

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.

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Shiva Nataraj brass two-colour

Productnr.: W9052

Weight: 275 g; Dimensions: 15 cm

Shiva Nataraj - brass - two-colour

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.
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Shiva Nataraja brass monochrome

Productnr.: W9052/1

Weight: 275 g; Dimensions: 15 cm

Shiva Nataraja - brass - monochrome

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.
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Shiva Nataraj brass two-colour

Productnr.: W9054

Weight: 780 g; Dimensions: 20 cm

Shiva Nataraj - brass - two-colour

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.

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Shiva Nataraj brass monochrome

Productnr.: W9054/1

Weight: 780 g; Dimensions: 20 cm

Shiva Nataraj - brass - monochrome

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.
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Shiva Nataraj brass two-colour larger

Productnr.: W9059

Weight: 2400 g; Dimensions: 27 cm

Shiva Nataraj - brass - two-colour - larger

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.

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Shiva Nataraj brass two-colour medium

Productnr.: W9680

Weight: 8400 g; Dimensions: 48 cm

Shiva Nataraj - brass - two-colour - medium large size

In shining golden, brass details.

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.
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Shiva Nataraj brass monochrome medium

Productnr.: W9680/1

Weight: 8400 g; Dimensions: 48 cm

Shiva Nataraj - brass - monochrome - medium size

In shining platinum golden colour.

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.
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Shiva Nataraj brass two-colour

Productnr.: W9681

Weight: 1020 g; Dimensions: 20 cm

Shiva Nataraj - brass - two-colour

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.

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Shiva Nataraj brass 1 colour

Productnr.: W9681/1

Weight: 1020 g; Dimensions: 20 cm

Shiva Nataraj - brass - 1 colour

The cosmic dance of Shiva Nataraj as king (raja) of the dance (nata) is considered a symbol of the ever moving universe. Shiva Nataraj is mostly surrounded by an aura of flames which offers protection against all disturbing outside influences, but it means also the fire of destruction of the old, making room for the new, symbolizing the eternal cycle of existence. In his right hand he is holding a small drum, image of the rhythm of creation. His mantra is OM, the primal sound from which the whole creation came forth. With his second right hand Shiva holds a torch or flame, as a symbol of destruction and renewal. The downward left arm symbolizes compelling humility.

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Parvati statue two-coloured

Productnr.: W9826

Weight: 1100 g; Dimensions: 15 cm

Parvati mother goddess statue - two-coloured (purple/golden)

Material: brass.
Parvati means "She from the mountains", because her parents were perceived as himavat, the mountains of the Himalayan massif. She is often pictured as a very beautiful woman, as an example to others. Parvati is also known as Kali or Durga. She is the mother of Ganesh, and is worshiped as such, so people may properly take care of others. Parvati is likely seen as the most important help and wife of Shiva. Shiva and Parvati had two sons, Ganesh and Skanda. The four of them are often portrayed at Kailash Mountain.
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Parvati single coloured

Productnr.: W9826/1

Weight: 1100 g; Dimensions: 15 cm

Parvati mother goddess - single coloured (brass)

Material: brass.
Parvati means "She from the mountains", because her parents were perceived as himavat, the mountains of the Himalayan massif. She is often pictured as a very beautiful woman, as an example to others. Parvati is also known as Kali or Durga. She is the mother of Ganesh, and is worshiped as such, so people may properly take care of others. Parvati is likely seen as the most important help and wife of Shiva. Shiva and Parvati had two sons, Ganesh and Skanda. The four of them are often portrayed at Kailash Mountain.
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