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Description : Handcarved teakwood vishnu roopa story wall sculpture.
The exquisitely carved figurine of “Vishnu Vishwaroopa” is made from the finest teakwood by expert craftsman. The mastery of the wall sculpture is seen in the intricate filigree work and the expressive features of the different avatars of the Lord that comes alive on the rich gold teakwood, mounted aesthetically on a solid base of pure teakwood. The magnificent wall sculpture art of Lord Vishnu depicts him in his all-encompassing dazzling form of Vishwaroopa with lakshmi, the All-Pervading essence of all beings.
"Whenever Dharma (the law and order) is endangered on this world, I shall incarnate into this world to re-establish Dharma, to protect the good and to destroy the evil in the society."
Vishnu is the name given to the protector and sustainer of the universe. The Lord has incarnated himself into various forms of Life through different yugas (ages or eons) at times when Dharma was at stake ‘cos of the evil elements and that sum up to ten such incarnations. These incarnations are termed as the 'avatars' of the Lord each holding a story of great inspiration that demands respect. Each avatar of the Lord is described, further below, with appropriate details of the situation under which he was compelled to incarnate himself to appear on the earth.
Lord Vishnu is depicted dark blue in color, crowned, and bears four hands that hold his emblems—the conch, discus, mace, and lotus. He mounts the eagle Garuda, and his consort Lakshmi, (the goddess of wealth), who often expresses her devotion by massaging the lords feet as he lies on the coils of Shesha (the snake).
Inspite of many explanations for the 10 avatars of Vishnu, one can see a striking similarity of these stories with the theory of evolution of life and these
Ten Avatars are:
1. Matsya (the fish)
2. Koorma (the tortoise)
3. Varaha (the boar)
4. Narasimha (the human-lion)
5. Vamana (the dwarf)
6. Parasurama (the angry man, Rama with an axe)
7. Lord Rama (the perfect man, king of Ayodha)
8. Lord Krishna (the divine statesman)
9. Balarama (elder brother of Krishna)
10. Kalki (the mighty worrior)
The last Avatar is yet to appear, and in many versions of the mythology, the ninth incarnation is mentioned as Lord Buddha
The intricate details on the wall mural and the majestic art work that flaunts the style, skill and quality of the material we use and the crafts men we employ. We at Chitra Handicrafts are dedicated to serve to you the best and meet your requirements in par with your expectations to match your mindset and style. A hot favorite of the interior decorators and vaastu consultants, the Teak wood piece of art makes a wonderful home decor accessory; can be used to accentuate the ambience of a hotel reception area and even makes a great personalised corporate gift or an anniversary present.
Care: Keep indoors. Lightly dust the figurine as required. We recommend the use of a mild wood cleaner on a swab of cotton wool.