23” Standing Hanuman (Vayuputra) in Anjali mudra - Brass Anjaneya Statue
Finish: Golden yellow and white
Dimensions: 23.0 inch Height x 7.5 inch Width x 7.5 inch Depth
Weight: 10.1 kg / 23.1 lbs
Shipping and delivery: 5 - 7 business days
Product description: Hanuman is typically portrayed as a monkey-faced god with a strong muscular body. He is the son of Anjana, and Maruti, the wind God. Hence he is called Anjqaneya (derived from his Mother’s name) and Vayu putra (Son of Vayu, the Wind God). His face symbolizes his connection to the vanara (monkey) community in the Ramayana, and he is one of the central figures in the Epic. As an ardent devotee of Rama, Hanuman is known for his devotion, courage, and loyalty. The brass statue portrays Hanuman standing on a lotus pedestal with his hands joined together in Anjali mudra. The weapon of Hanuman is the mace, and he is often depicted carrying his most powerful weapon as a symbol of his strength and courage. The face of Hanuman is calm with a peaceful countenance, and the golden hue imparts a sense of richness and opulence. Indeed a splendid statue of Hanuman that stands tall and proud, exuding an aura of elegance and grandeur.
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