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Vishnu Brass Sculptures

Vishnu as Lord Sudarshana and Narasimha on Reverse
13.5 inch Height x 10.7 inch Width x 4.6 inch Depth
Lord Vishnu with Shridevi and Bhudevi
10.2 inch Height x 7 inch Width x 3.5 inch Depth
Lord Venkateshvara as Balaji at Tirupati
15.70 inch Height x 7.70 inch Width x 4.20 inch Depth
Vishnu With Goddess Lakshmi Seated On Sheshanaga
5.60 inch Height x 2.20 inch Width x 2.00 inch Depth
Standing Lord Vishnu on Blooming Lotus Pedestal
12.1 inch Height x 5 inch Width x 5 inch Depth
Large Size Goddess Lakshmi
33 inch Height x 12.5 inch Width x 9 inch Depth
Lakshmi Ji with the Haloed Crown
27.2 inch X 10 inch X 9.2 inch


The Lord Vishnu is a quintessential idea in Hinduism. The name itself means 'pervader', which implies that he stands for the preserving life-force that pervades the entirety of the universe at varying levels. He has ten different avatars, but never the same ten at a point in time - which gives artists the freedom to sculpt Him in numberless forms. Sometimes He is depicted with multiple heads and arms in significant mudras, at others He is in the company of his consort; and then again He is lying down in slumber or standing erect, looking straight ahead of Him with his hand outstretched in blessing and a composure of countenance that radiates the greatest degree of harmony. Exotic India's collection of the Lord's brass sculptures captures each and every one of His divine moods and postures.