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Balaji£ 200.00 – £ 750.00 BUY
Lord Balaji is the presiding deity of the famous Tirupati Venkateswara Temple in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India. He is also known as Balaji, Venkateswara and Govinda.
Lord Balaji is believed to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu and is worshipped as the Supreme God. He is also known to be a protector of dharma, and is said to have manifested himself to save the world from chaos and destruction. He is also believed to be the giver of boons and fulfill the wishes of his devotees.
The painting of Lord Balaji by Giampaolo Tomassetti is a stunning representation of the Hindu deity, it sees him standing tall in the Tirumala Hills of Andhra Pradesh. The painting is brightly coloured and includes intricate details of the deities, their clothing and the surrounding landscape.
The deity is wearing a colourful red and yellow robe and a heavy large gold necklace with pearls and diamonds. The painting also features the traditional trident of Lord Balaji in his left hand and the gada in his right hand. There are a number of hidden details within the artwork which include reincarnations of Vishnu, you can see Varaha (the boar) on the left and Buddha on the right of Balaji.
As with many of Tomassetti’s masterpieces the intricate detail within this artwork can be revisited over and over and is truly a work of art and a must have for any collector.
Lord Narasimha Kavacha Pendant£ 349.00 BUY
Lord Narasimha Vishnu Kavacha Pendant
We present the exclusive Lord Narasimha Vishnu Kavacha Pendant, in the shape of the face of Lord Narasimha, in a solid Sterling Silver with an 18” silver chain. This hand crafted pendant contains a carefully placed 3mm Lens featuring the complete Sri Narasimha Kavacha Strotram. This gift comes in a custom made gold embossed box lined with silk and satin, containing the Lord Narasimha Kavacha screen printed on hand pressed paper in a beautifully bound booklet.
Lord Narasimha is the fourth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Narasimha means half man half lion, Nara means Human and Simha means Lion. Lord Narasimha appeared in this form to protect his devotee Prahlad from his father, Hiranyakashipu. Kavacha means Shield of Armour. Thus the Kavacha Strotram is a prayer that is offered to the Lord by Prahlad for protection.
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Ma Lakshmi£ 120.00 – £ 450.00 BUY
The central figure in this piece is Ma Lakshmi, the Hindu Goddess of wealth and prosperity, who is worshipped throughout the year but specifically on Diwali, the festival of lights. Lakshmi, bedecked in the finest jewellery and a magnificent crown, all made of gold, is sitting on a lotus pedestal while also holding the flower in two of her hands. The lotus signifies fortune and prosperity. One of Lakshmi’s hands is seen showering earth with apples that are making the farmers prosperous. The golden backdrop that surrounds Lakshmi symbolises the prosperity that she is bestowing upon earth.
On Lakshmi’s left, the artist of this beautiful artwork, Italian born Giampaolo Tomassetti depicts Lord Vishnu reclining on a serpent, while She sits at His feet. Vishnu is the preserver and protector of the universe, and together with Lakshmi, they represent the growth and prosperity of the universe.
Tomassetti makes a clear distinction between the divine and the real world, which is depicted by way of aerial views of a field, a village and a temple at the bottom of the painting. The painting as a whole is an homage to life in the universe or the cosmos.
Mahabharata – Virat Roop£ 1,200.00 BUY
This is the second time Krishna manifests the Virat Roop, but it is at the most important time in the Mahabharata. The Speech of the Bhagavad Gita, is the moment Krishna comes out from the role of Arjuna’s best friend and reveals Himself as the Supreme God Vishnu with all this expansions and that the circumstances of the war was pure illusion, Maya. Arjuna learned that his grief was useless, it was useless to lament. ”Just accept your duty and fight!”.
When Lord Krishna manifests His Universal Form, the world is no longer the same place, the dimensional planes are confused and one becomes lost in amazement. The secure perimeter of the frame contains and holds back the inconceivable universal form, soothing our fears and leaving us in awe.