Dasavataram Urli - A Grandeur Urli of Lord Balaji and His Ten Incarnations
Finish: Antique yellow
Dimensions: 15.0 inch Height x 16.5 inch Width x 15.0 inch Depth x 12.0 inch inner diameter
Weight: 13.5 kg / 29.0 lbs
Shipping and delivery: 5 - 8 business days
Product description: Urli is a bowl that is used to fill fresh water, and arrange some fresh flowers and placed at home in a living area or hallway or in a prayer room. These urli’s are made of different metals like brass, bronze, and clay, and designed in different styles with Gods and Goddess. The brass urli has the idol of Lord Balaji standing on an inverted lotus pedestal placed on a floral leafy engraving flanked by two peacocks with their feathers spread out along with the Vaishnava symbols - the chakra and the conch. Lord Vishnu also known as Lord Balaji, Lord Venkateswara incarnated into ten forms to preserve the universe and restore peace and dharma. The ten incarnations are present in the front of the urli arranged in a semi circular manner, and the urli is supported by a sturdy floral engraved stand. Dasavataram urli is indeed a large grandeur urli from our collections, and you will certainly be fascinated by the beautiful arrangement of the avatars, and the overall composition of the urli. Placing a Urli with water and flowers is generally considered very auspicious as water denotes wealth, and according to Hinduism placing an urli with flowers at home brings in good energy to the house and creates a serene environment. Read about the Ten Avatars of Lord Vishnu
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