Goddess Bala Tripura Sundari (Balambika) 8" Panchaloham Bronze Idol
Material: Panchaloham Bronze
Make: Bronze cast made using Lost-wax method from Swamimalai
Finish: Fine polish
Dimensions: 8.0 inch Height X 5.5 inch Width X 4.5 inch Depth
Weight: 3.47 kg/ 7.6 lbs
Shipping and delivery: 5 - 7 business days
Product description: Bala Tripura Sundari also known as Balambika is the daughter of Sri Kameshwara and Goddess Tripura Sundari. Bala is worshipped as a 9-year-old Goddess ; the child form of Goddess Lalita Tripura Sundari, the Supreme Mother. Balambika is regarded as the Goddess of everlasting beauty, kindness, courage and siddhi powers. Bala is an epitome of knowledge and power. Hence by worshipping Balambika, one earns her grace, wisdom and abundant blessings. The Goddess is usually portrayed seated on a white lotus with four arms. The rear two arms holds the book of wisdom, and a stringed bead (Rosary) that denotes spiritual powers. Her front two arms are in Abhaya Mudra (Mudra of protection), and Varada Mudra (Boon bestowing mudra). The panchaloham bronze statue portrays Balambika seated on an inverted lotus in lalitasana pose (one leg folded inwards and the other leg hanging down). Bala has a charming face with a beautiful smile that reveals the innocence of a 9 year old. She is draped with artistically designed vastram (clothing), jewelries, and her long braid brought in front over her left shoulder is an iconic attribute of Bala Tripura Sundari. The statue of panchaloha bronze Balambika is one of a kind statue made with amazing details using the lost-wax method; an expert craftsmanship by our South Indian bronze artisan.
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