Lord Hanuman sits down balanced on a single knee. He sets the mace down to His right, and gathers His hands in the namaskaram mudra. This mudra conveys an acknowledgement of the divine contained within the entity afore oneself. In the case of the great Hanuman, it is none other than Lord Rama before whom He bows.
The face with the protruding jaws that bear striking resemblance to a monkey. Strong and wide-set shoulders, thighs that are thick and powerful; arms that tore off an entire mountain simply because the beloved brother of Rama was in need of succour. Each aspect of the great yogi, in every sense of the term, has been brought out to perfection in this Hanuman murti.
A smooth, square-stopped plinth. Petal-shaped engravings at the corners, and a series of lotus petals along the bottommost tier. The sculpture that you see on this page is a traditional composition, fit to be consecrated and worshipped in the home or office temple of the devotee or installed as a skilfully made work of art.
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