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Adi Guru Shankaracharya- The Architect of Char Dhams

Adi Guru Shankaracharya- The Architect of Char Dhams
Sri Adi Guru Shankaracharya is considered as an Avtar of Lord Shiva. He was not only a great thinker and the noblest of Advaitic philosophers, but also an inspired champion of Hinduism. Acharya Shankara had a variety of efficient weapons in his resourceful armory- an exquisite thinker, a brilliant intellect, a visionary of Truth, He has been the fittest Spiritual General to champion the cause of Upanishads. Shankara accomplished this within the short span of 20 years, for at the age of 32 he had finished his work and had folded up his manifestation. Establishing four maths, known as Char- Dham s in the four quadrants of our country, this mighty master left nothing undone in maintaining what he achieved. Vaishnavite Hindus believe that visiting these Dhams helps achieve "Moksha" (salvation). It comprises Badrinath, Dwaraka, Puri, and Rameswaram.

Attired in a vibrant yellow dhoti and a bright maroon-colored shawl with borders over the head, he is seated on a lion asan laid over heightened marble pedestal in Vyakhyan Pose by one hand and holding a holy book in second. He is adorned with a gorgeous Rudrax garland. This hand-chiselled and hand-painted statue of Adi Guru is a crowning beauty. This is crafted from a single, natural, best quality, spotless, pure white marble rock from world-renowned Makrana.

This unique, majestic and enchanting artefact is designed with optimum finishing and fine polishing. The lush marble would remain uniform as regards to its texture, colour, paint, and polishing for years to come. Only hand –paintwork is done on this breathtaking idol by the artisans never to fade. Its maintenance is also very easy. Have one murti of Sri Adi-Guru in your home or workplace, all your desires would be fulfilled.

Item Code: ZEN422
White Marble Statue
15.00 inch Height X 9.80 inch Width x 5.50 inch Depth
14.00 Kg.

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