Brass Snake Statue Black Finish Naag Figurine Hindu Religious Figurine Sarp Idol
Brass Black Finish Snake Statue. The mythological serpent race that took form as cobras can often be found in Hindu iconography. The nagas are described as the powerful, splendid, wonderful and proud semi-divine race that can assume their physical form either as human, partial human-serpent or the whole serpent. Their domain is in the enchanted underworld, the underground realm filled with gems, gold and other earthly treasures called Naga-loka or Patala-loka. They are also often associated with bodies of waters - including rivers, lakes, seas, and wells - and are guardians of treasure. Their power and venom made them potentially dangerous to humans. However, in Hindu mythology, they often took the role of beneficial protagonists; in Samudra manthan folklore, Vasuki, a nagaraja who abides on Shiva's neck, became the churning rope for churning of the Ocean of Milk. Their eternal mortal enemies are the Garu?
As, the legendary semi-divine bird-like deities. Vishnu is originally portrayed in the form sheltered by Se? Anaga or reclining on Se?
A, but the iconography has been extended to other deities as well. The serpent is a common feature in Ganesha iconography and appears in many forms: around the neck, use as a sacred thread (Sanskrit: yajñyopavita) wrapped around the stomach as a belt, held in a hand, coiled at the ankles, or as a throne. Shiva is often shown garlanded with a snake.
Maehle states that "Patanjali is thought to be a manifestation of the serpent of eternity". Height - 19 Cm / 7.6 Inch Approx. Breadth - 13 Cm / 5.2 Inch Approx. Length - 10 Cm / 4 Inch Approx. Weight - 1.66 Kg.
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- Color: Multicolor
- Country/Region of Manufacture: India
- Handmade: Yes
- Material: Brass
- Modified Item: No
- Product Dimension: 19*13*10 Cm Height*Breadth*Length
- Religion: Hinduism
- Weight: 1.66 Kg