8" Goddess Rajarajeshwari (Lalitha) Panchaloha Bronze Statue
Material: Panchaloham Bronze
Make: Bronze cast made using Lost-wax method from Swamimalai
Finish: Fine polish
Dimensions: 8.25 inch Height X 6.3 inch Width X 5.0 inch Depth
Weight: 3.5 kg/ 7.7 lbs
Shipping and delivery: 5 - 7 business days
Product description: Rajarajeshwari, also known as Lalita Tripura Sundari or Lalitha, is a Hindu goddess considered as a form of the Divine Mother, representing the supreme feminine energy or Shakti. She is a form of the Hindu goddess Parvati, who is the consort of Lord Shiva. As a presiding deity of the Shree Chakra, Rajarajeshwari or Lalitha is revered as the ultimate source of energy and the supreme goddess who governs the universe. The bronze statue depicts Rajarajeshwari as a beautiful goddess seated on a lotus in lalitasana pose. Her iconographical attributes include four arms, and three eyes. Her four hands carries a goad (ankusha), and a noose (pasha), sugarcane bow, and five flowered arrows. Each arm holds an object that represents various aspects of her power and authority, and symbolize her control over the mind, senses, and emotions. Her three eyes are sun, moon and fire representing the three triads in creation. She is adorned with elegant ornaments, and a decorated crown with the crescent moon which is a symbol of divine energy that governs the cosmos, and the moon also symbolizes her connection with Lord Shiva. The face of Rajarajeshwari has a serene countenance with a gentle smile, embodying a sense of divine contentment and benevolence. The smooth, lustrous surface of the bronze reflects light in a way that enhances the subtle details of the sculpture. The worship of Rajarajeshwari is a part of the broader tradition of Shaktism, and devotees believe that by worshipping Rajarajeshwari, one can attain spiritual growth, prosperity, and liberation. Rajarajeshwari is celebrated in the Lalita Sahasranama, a sacred text that consists of a thousand names describing the various aspects and attributes of the goddess. The statue of panchaloha bronze Rajarajeshwari is one of a kind statue made using the lost-wax method; an expert craftsmanship by our South Indian bronze artisan.
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