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Large Size Lord Krishna Subduing Kaliya

Large Size Lord Krishna Subduing Kaliya

The story of Lord Krishna and serpent Kaliya is one of the most popular mythological stories in Hinduism. The dreaded venomous multi hooded serpent Kaliya symbolizes the numerous desires we have. One day Krishna was playing with his friends near Kaliya’s abode (waters of Yamuna in Vrindavan) and their ball fell in the river, so to catch the ball Krishna jumped into the river even after being warned about the poisonous snake. Kaliya being unaware of Krishna’s real identity, attacked him with his fangs and tried to tire his body around Krishna attempting to crush him, but the lord was too fast for him, he caught hold of the serpent’s tail and dragged him to the river surface, playing his flute on its head.


This brass sculpture is a clear depiction of this story, where Kaliya’s head is being subdued by Lord Krishna’s left foot such that the weight of the whole universe is in his feet and he is dancing on the serpent’s head in amusement not releasing his hold on the tail. The sculptor has very efficiently and neatly carved this statue, giving justice to this mythological act.


Krishna is adorned in a layered short dhoti tied below his navel and is ornated with lustrous jewels that complement with the long South Indian styled crown. His face features are chiselled in a precise and accurate manner, with that smile on his lips signifying his success on capturing the deadly serpent and making him move back to Ramanaka Dwipa (his original abode), thus saving the life of people of Vrindavan. We provide you with two color variants of this large statue- usual natural brass shade and the other in a dark cocoa color. This sculpture of Krishna taming Kaliya, rests on an inverted lotus pedestal which is kept on a thick square shaped base.


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Caviar-Black Pure Pashmina Handloom Shawl from Kashmir with Sozni Embroidery All-Over

Caviar-Black Pure Pashmina Handloom Shawl from Kashmir with Sozni Embroidery All-Over

The wonders of sozni on pashmina are brought to life in this exquisite shawl. Handpicked from the season's latest offerings straight from the looms of Kashmir, the inky black of the foundation colour goes well with the gossamer translucence of the pashmina. The embroidery is dense, and depicts a variety of foliage that could be found in the valley. This stunningly decorative style of embroidery is endemic to the artisans of the region, and does great justice to a fabric as rare and beautiful as pashmina. Throw this over a gorgeous evening saree to look your best; indeed a wide variety of colours would go with this one.
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Amber Dust Pendant with Shower and Turquoise

Amber Dust Pendant with Shower and Turquoise

"With a wide array of jewelry available in the internet, it is no wonder you are spoilt for choice. However, getting the perfect combination of design, quality, and price is definitely not a walk in the park. That is why Exotic India Art is here to help you solve your problem by providing you with the best choice.

This pendant is made up of three components. The overall structure of the pendant is made of sterling silver, with a brown solid flattened cylindrical shaped bead in the centre, separated by turquoise beads above and below the bead as it connects and extends downwards into a shower of loose silver chains. Weighing at 34.5 grams and measuring a length of 5 inches, the best qualities of this pendant is its ability to eccentuate and showcase the neckline of the wearer as it adds a touch of elegance. To complete the full set, simply add a chain of your choice when purchasing this pendant. The chain is available in three different lengths ranging from 16 to 20 inches long.

This piece is brought to you exclusively by Exotic India Art. They have immersed effort to scour for the best quality decorative jewelry and listed here on this website for customers from all over the world to browse at their convenience. All pieces are stocked in limited quantities. We advise getting yours soon to save yourself the heartache."

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The Crimson Halo Of The Bodhisattva Manjushri

The Crimson Halo Of The Bodhisattva Manjushri

The heavens of an ethereal blue colour. Pale green clouds and the Himalayas in all their ice-blue beauty. Within a mandala of Mahayana Buddhist deities, an aureole of bejewelled gold. Floating about it is a luscious curve of mythical flora and fauna, infused with rich colour and imaginative detail. At the centre of all that surrounds Him is the gentle Bodhisattva Manjushri with the green-and-crimson halo.

Dressed in fine velvets fit for a spiritual ruler, the Bodhisattva Manjushri is seated in a perfect padmasana on the pristine bed of a thousand lotus flowers. His hands are in the dharmachakra mudra and His torso is flanked by a pair of delicately flushed lotuses. Balanced on His serene brow is a resplendent crown that matches the kundalas dangling from His earlobes. He looks on at a world of illusions with supreme equanimity and compassion.

A thangka such as this one would be a fine addition to the space of any Buddhist yogi. The foreground of the composition is a seat of traditional Buddhist offerings. Blooming lotuses, cherry blossoms of seductive red colour, conchs, and coconuts. A pair of lions of the mountains crouch at the base of the Bodhisattva’s throne in all their iconographic wrath. Each creative aspect of this composition is in keeping with the elements of the traditional thangka art of Nepal.

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Samapatti Lord Buddha

Samapatti Lord Buddha

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. In fact, caught in the juncture of Enlightenment, the dhyani (meditative) Buddha bears an iridescence that has been replicated by an artisan skilled in the use of an organic medium. Zoom in on the relatively larger surfaces of His skin and robe in order to appreciate the finish of the sculptor’s tool.

The moment of Enlightenment is a point of intrinsic transition. It is a moment forged by years of samadhi or contemplation. What began as sabeeja (seeded) samadhi, led from the samprajnata to the asamprajnata state of being, which is true nirbeeja (seedless) samadhi. With His limbs gathered in the finest padamasana, His eyes shutting out the illusions without, the Buddha calls upon the earth (bhoomi) with the touch (sparsha) of His fingers to witness His Enlightenment. Indeed, the bhoomisparsha mudra (gesture) of His hand is rich with meaning.

The finesse of the silhouette makes this work of art a great aesthetic investment for your space. Its monotone adds to the aura of profound contemplation. Note the precise carve of the petals on His lotus pedestal and the handsome features of His princely countenance. Long, slender ears and a mass of gathered curls frame the sage’s face.

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Black Kashmiri Carpet with with Knotted Piasleys All-Over

Black Kashmiri Carpet with with Knotted Piasleys All-Over

Few things are more reminiscent of India than an exquisitely crafted rug such as this one. Handpicked from the recesses of Kashmir, it is made from pure homegrown cotton, which means it is a sturdy, long-lasting piece of home decor. The foundation is an inky black colour, but the same is luxuriantly superimposed with paisleys. Paisleys are a quintessentially Indian motif used liberally across the arts and crafts of the subcontinent, and the handpicked rug you see on this page is no exception. The field comprises of high-precision rows of paisleys, hemmed in by a narrow ivory strip embroidered with miniscule ones, which is followed by a band of more paisleys similar to the ones on the field.

These paisleys are knotted from the endemic resham (silk) produced in the region. It is a process done entirely by hand, the skill for which is to be found almost exclusively in Kashmir. A limited colour palette of two, perhaps three, basic pastels and an intense texture characterise this knotted paisleys rug. The quality is such as to last generations of your family - in fact, this one-of-a-kind rug is just the thing to become an heirloom. Miniscule paisleys against the ivory strip further hems in the outer panels of multidirectional paisleys. Note how the dense white tassels along the edge of the rug add an earthy touch to this work of art.

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Fine Cut Amethyst Explosion (Ring)

Fine Cut Amethyst Explosion (Ring)

"To save the headache of searching high and low for a gift, Exotic India Art brings to you the best quality jewelry from the world. Reasonably priced, each piece is classic and made to last if well taken care of.

This uniquely-shaped ring is eye-catching with its crown of amethyst beads linked at the top, creating an ""explosion"" of vibrant purple. Amethyst is known for its positive healing properties and ability to dispel negative emotions. This ring is 10mm in height and weighs 16 grams.

If you have been hesitating on getting this jewelry for a while now, don't waste anymore time. Each piece is stocked in limited quantities and there is no guarantee we will be able to find a similar one after it is sold out. All jewelry pieces scoured by Exotic India Art are exquisite and carefully selected for customers. We guarantee you will not regret it. "

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The Cosmic Glamour Of Lord Ganesha

The Cosmic Glamour Of Lord Ganesha

Gentle and wise and perfect in every way, Lord Ganesha is the widely revered son of Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati. He is adored by devotees for His childlike form and disposition, which gives Him a high propensity to mete out blessings and boons to those who simply turn to Him. In this life-sized sculpture, He is seated in all His cosmic glamour upon a curvaceous multi-tiered throne, His legs folded in the traditional lalitasana.


The silken folds of His dhoti gather over the pedestal. At its gold-trim hems is His long-tailed vahana, the mouse, who is looking up to His Lord in veneration. The chaturbhujadhari (four-armed) deity looks on straight ahead with a gaze of invincibility. His elephant face is flanked by large ears which have been adorned with gold, in keeping with the rest of the shringar of His iconography. In fact, the raised-hooded snake that holds in His full belly is an integral part of that shringar.


An ornate crown sits on the boy-deity’s head. Zoom in on the same to appreciate the precision and symmetry with which it has been engraved. A circlet of miniscule paisleys constitutes His halo. A wide, gracious aureole frames the figure of Lord Ganesha. It comprises concentric discs of lotus petals and flowers and balls of flame (indicative of His father, Lord Shiva). A meticulously carved Kirtimukham is to be found at the zenith of the superfine aureole.


Lord Ganesha is one of the gentlest and sweetest deities of the Hindu pantheon. A boy-God by nature with the innocent head of an elephant that His mother, the Goddess Parvati, implanted there, He is famous for His childlike love of sweetmeats and the propensity to bless the beginning of auspicious ventures everywhere. This imposing brass sculpture of the Lord, luxuriantly bejewelled and mounted on an ornate pedestal, will fill your home or office with the essence of divine innocence.

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The Eldest Bahuraani With Her Hookah

The Eldest Bahuraani With Her Hookah

She lacks neither beauty nor wealth. A powerful woman, not quite past her prime, sits with her legs crossed on a seat of red velvet and brocade cushions. She directs her gaze straight ahead of her, with all the confidence of the eldest bahuraani (daughter-in-law) in the absence of her mother-in-law. She is probably blessed with the love of more than one son in addition to her husband’s. In this oil painting she is depicted in her leisure, smoking on a hookah upon a quiet afternoon at home.


In keeping with her social status, she is dressed in a lehenga of green and ivory silk with ample proportion of brocade on it. Her shringar is flawless - maangtika and headband, nosering and jhumke (chunky Indian danglers), necklaces and amulets and anklets, and a world of rings on her fingers and toes. From the fashionable cut of her choli to the jewels studded on her gold ornaments, she is clearly a woman of domestic clout.


Zoom in on that unusual face, the flattering lines having emerged from the fulness of youth and maternity. Her eyes are large, of a deep brown colour. An intelligent brow set against a seductive mouth. The hookah in her hand is a symbol of her power and place within the socio-domestic realm, and it is in that bhoga that such a gorgeous woman whiles away her days.

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Long Zari Embroidered Kameez with Lehenga and Heavy Floral Zari  Embroidered Dupatta

Long Zari Embroidered Kameez with Lehenga and Heavy Floral Zari Embroidered Dupatta

Elegance of an attire does not come from how heavy it is, rather how efficiently that heaviness is executed on a piece of cloth. This zari embroidered salwar kameez is a perfect example of an elegant party wear attire that can be worn in major functions like marriage or engagement by bride’s sister or by bride herself in any of other functions. The long kameez is woven on an art silk textile having a high round neck decorated with triple layered zari border in whitish-silver; kameez takes the body shape till the waist and below that it falls in perfectly pleated flairs at an almost (little above the knee) knee length; it is embroidered lavishly from top to bottom in exquisite floral designs in a systematic and neat pattern.


Further beautified with charming zari motifs on the double layered net bell sleeves and interesting borders to define the beauty. Gaze down at the stylized and sophisticated lehenga reaching upto the ankle in silk and net, covered with similar motifs and a thin border at the base. No suit is complete without a dupatta; the one here is accompanied with a dupatta having floral zari embroidered bootis spread all around and a thin golden border. We at Exotic India provide you with a multiple color choice of light pink, sea green, bright yellow and peach for this splendid textile in the best affordable price.


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