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Description : Sandalwood Dasa Avataras,sandalwood dasavatara sculptures,sandalwood dasavatara statues,sandalwood dasavatara sculptures.
kerala wooden handicrafts, sandalwood, wood carved dasavatara,dasavatara sculptures,dasavatara,god idols,god sculptures.The ten exquisitely carved figurines of the Dasa Avataras are sculpted from the finest sandalwood by expert artisans. The mastery of the sculptor is seen in the expressive features and intricate filigree work that comes alive on the rich gold sandalwood, mounted aesthetically on a solid layered pedestal of pure rosewood.
The magnificent Dasavatara refers to the ‘dasa” (ten) ‘ avatar’ (incarnations) of Lord Vishnu. The Dashavatara is not just an exotic mythological tale. It is a metaphorical representation of the scientific facts of evolution disguised in an artistic form.
The ten magnificent statues illustrate the evolution of Life on earth. The first statue is the Matsya avatar, the fish that symbolises the first life that originated in the sea. Kurma, the second avatar is the tortoise symbolising a time when creatures could live both in sea and on land. Varaha, the boar is the 3rd avatara representing a land creature while the Narasimha (man-lion) avatar symbolises the transition from animal to human. The fifth avatar is Vamana, the dwarf who represents the very first human with characteristics similar to the Neandarthal man. Parasurama, the 6th avatar is a man with an axe symbolizing the primitive man who was wild in nature. The 7th Avatar is Lord Rama who symbolises a man who ruled other men and brought about social order. Balarama, the 8th avatar was an agriculturist human. Lord Krishna, the Lord of Love and wisdom is the 9th Avatar. He was a people's person who was incarnated on earth to establish the religion of Love and Brotherhood and vanquish evil. The tenth is the Kalki-avatara, predicted to appear in some 427,000 years time to liberate the virtuous and initiate a new Satya Yuga.
Care: Keep indoors. Lightly dust the figurine as required. We recommend the use of a mild wood cleaner on a swab of cotton wool.