The sanjeevani episode of Ramayana is one of the most telling ones. When Lord Laxmana is injured in the battle of Lanka and nothing else has the power to save Him, Lord Hanuman takes off on the rigorous flight to the North where the especial herb grows in the mountains. In His efforts to allay the distress of Lord Rama, He plucks up the mount and flies back with it all the way to the South, to the rescue of His brother. Without Lord Hanuman and His Rama-bhakti (unconditional love of Purushottama Rama), the rest of Ramayana would never have been possible.
A sculpture such as this one conveys the chastity and determination of Lord Hanuman’s bhakti. Fashioned from the wood of the homegrown kadamba, He is shown standing triumphantly and solemnly over the mount of sanjeevani, holding it up in the palm of His hand. A fair, matte monotone. Lifelike, supersmooth contours that capture the yogic symmetry of His musculature. Loincloth and mace and minimal adornments, in keeping with His devotional iconography. All these make it an elegant addition to your space as an expression of your shraddha.
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Kadamba Wood Sculpture from Jaipur12.7 inch Height x 5.5 inch Width x 2.7 inch Depth
Item Code: XO65
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