Shree Umiya Mata (Mother Goddess of the Universe) 13" Brass Statue
Material: Brass (Fine quality)
Dimensions: 13.0 inch Height x 11.0 inch Width x 5.0 inch Depth
Weight: 6.5 kg / 14.5 lbs
Shipping and delivery: 5 - 7 business days
Product description: Shree Umiya is the supreme mother Shakthi, and also the mother of Lord Ganesha, and consort of Lord Shiva. The name Umiya means mother, and is derived from the name “Uma”. She is the clan deity of the Kadava Patidars community, and the famous temple of Umiya Mata is in Unjha, Gujarat.
The brass statue portrays Goddess Umiya seated on a holy cow in lalitasana pose. The Goddess has six hands; her rear four hands hold weapons like a long sword, a chakra, a shield, and a trident (Trishul). Her front right hand shows Abhaya mudra, and her left hand holds a lotus. She is adorned with beautifully designed vastram, jewelries, a decorated crown, and the face of Umiya has a smiling calm expression. The cow looks realistic with decorated accessories and is standing on a flat grassland like base. The statue of Umiya Mata has a fine finish with intricate details depicting the iconographical attributes of the Goddess.