With Lord Hanuman cast into a delectably coloured brass sculpture, the elegance of this make lies in the resplendent red against silver finish. He is decked up in robes of silver, armed with the characteristic gadaa, and has a hand up in blessing and a composure of countenance that radiates divine harmony.
Brass Statue9.2 inch Height x 6 inch Width x 5 inch Depth
Item Code: ZDH73
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