10" Yoga Narasimha Brass Statue - Narasimha seated in Utkutika Asana, a Yogic Posture
Finish: Antique green and golden yellow
Dimensions: 10.25 inch Height x 8.0 inch Width x 7.0 inch Depth
Weight: 6.24 kg / 13.7 lbs
Shipping and delivery: 5 - 7 business days
Product description: Yoga Narasimha is a form of the Hindu God Vishnu. The word "Narasimha" is derived from two Sanskrit words; “Nara" means human, and "Simha" means lion. This form of Lord Vishnu is one of the ten avatars and depicted as a half-man, half-lion being, symbolizing his immense power and courage. “Yoga Narasimha" specifically refers to the meditative or yogic aspect posture of Vishnu. In this form, Lord Narasimha is often depicted in a sitting, meditative posture, representing inner peace, and tranquility. Devotees worship Yoga Narasimha to seek protection, inner strength, and spiritual growth through meditation and yoga practices. The brass statue depicts Narasimha seated in a yogic posture on a lotus pedestal, with his front hands resting on his knee with palms facing down. The rear two hands holds the wheel and the conch. He sits in Utkutika Asana, a yogic posture where both the knees are raised to the level of the chest, and legs resting on the floor with the heel. Both his legs are tied using a belt called yogapatta as a means of support to the raised legs. The face of Narasimha appears less fiery than the faces of other Narasimha statues, as this form signifies the tranquil and composed form of the Lord; certainly a beautiful statue of brass Yoga Narasimha, and the antique green patina accentuates a soft sheen adding character and depth to the statue enhancing its aesthetic appeal.
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