17" Brass Lord Vishnu Idol Standing on Sheshnag with Lakshmi Ji | Handcrafted in India

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In a masterful representation of divine grace, Lord Vishnu stands majestically upon the coiled serpent, Sheshnag, the guardian of the universe. His form is a stunning testament to the artist's craftsmanship, with intricately carved water wave motifs adorning the base beneath his feet, symbolizing the cosmic ocean over which he presides. These meticulously sculpted waves ripple with cosmic energy, reflecting the ebb and flow of the universe under his watchful gaze. By his side, the resplendent Goddess Lakshmi stands on a lotus, the very essence of beauty and prosperity.


The lotus petals are exquisitely detailed, a testament to the artist's skill, in capturing the goddess's elegance. Surrounding her, delicate and detailed water wave patterns mirror the serenity of the lotus pond, representing the harmonious flow of blessings and wealth she bestows upon her devotees. Together, this divine couple, with their ornate depiction and the symbolism of water waves, embody the eternal balance and blessings that Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi bestow upon the world.

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Brass Statue
Weight: 14.50 kg
17.5 inch x 7.2 inch x 5.4 inch - Vishnu ji
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Unveiling the Divine: Exploring the Symbolism and Significance of Lakshmi

Lakshmi Devi is one of the principal Goddesses in Hinduism. In the Vaishnava tradition, especially the Sri Vaishnava Sampradaya, Vishnu and Lakshmi are considered the Supreme or Absolute Truth. Mother Lakshmi is known as the Goddess of fortune who blesses the living entities in the material world with material wealth and prosperity. Our Vedic scriptures mention that Lakshmi Ji is the eternal consort of Lord Vishnu who is the Supreme Personality of Godhead. He maintains and controls everything in the material and spiritual world. Goddess Lakshmi is also His internal potency and is thus always engaged in the loving devotional service of the Lord in His spiritual abode Vaikuntha, a place where there is no misery.

The transcendental form of Mother Lakshmi is extremely beautiful. She is the emblem of beauty and mercy. She sees every individual soul as her own child and whoever approaches her with faith and devotion, certainly gets the mercy of Lakshmi Devi. She is often depicted wearing a red saree and holding different items in her four arms. She holds a lotus flower in each of her two upper arms. With one of her lower hands, she holds a pot full of gold coins (representing wealth) while the other hand stays in a mudra that signifies charity.
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Can we keep a Lakshmi statue at home?

As stated earlier, Lakshmi Ji bestows good fortune upon her devotees and takes care of them. She is full of compassion and therefore accepts anyone who comes to her even with ulterior motives. However, she not only gives material wealth to her devotees but those who approach her to know the real goal of human life or to know about the Absolute Truth, she blesses them with spiritual wealth (wisdom and mercy) by which they can come to a higher platform and consciousness. Thus, it is only by the mercy of Goddess Lakshmi that a living entity starts its spiritual journey toward Lord Vishnu.

If you want to attract this special mercy, you can keep the deity of Goddess Lakshmi at your home and worship her every day with an attitude of surrender. By doing so, you will develop a personal relationship with her and you will be able to experience transcendental happiness.
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Which Lakshmi idol is good for home?

Lakshmi Devi expands herself into eight major forms (Ashta Lakshmi) that are Dhana Lakshmi, Dhanya Lakshmi, Gaja Lakshmi, Sanatana Lakshmi, Dhairya Lakshmi, Vijaya Lakshmi, Vidya Lakshmi, and Aishwarya Lakshmi. You can keep any of the forms of Lakshmi in your home to bring material and spiritual auspiciousness. However, if you want her ultimate mercy, you may keep the deity of Goddess Lakshmi along with her master, Lord Vishnu.
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Which material is good for Lakshmi idol?

The idol or deity of Goddess Lakshmi comes in various materials such as brass, wood, marble, copper, bronze, etc. If you are planning to keep a deity of Lakshmi Devi at your home, the best material would be either brass or marble. Brass is known for its exquisite appearance resembling gold and is also a strong material. Marble is preferred by most people because it lasts longer than any other material.

Sheshnag: The Divine Vehicle of Lord Vishnu and its Symbolic Significance

According to the Vedic scriptural injunctions, Lord Vishnu is the Supreme Lord, the protector of all living entities, and the cause of all causes. Just like the pastimes and names of Lord Vishnu are transcendental, His form is also transcendental, above and beyond the three modes of material nature. He bears four hands that carry a lotus flower, a conch shell, a discus (the Sudarshan Chakra, and a club. Although Lord Vishnu is above the effects of the three modes of material nature, He is the predominating deity of the mode of goodness (Sattva Guna) and thus maintains the entire material world.
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Which snake does Lord Vishnu sleep on?

You may have seen the beautiful images, deities, and paintings of Lord Vishnu portrayed as reclined on a coil of the body of a big snake in the middle of the ocean of milk (Ksheer Sagar). It has multiple hoods spread across the entire body of the Lord, giving Him all protection. This snake is not an ordinary one but is the eternal servitor of the Lord and is called Sheshanag or Anantashesha. Whenever and wherever there is a decline in religious activities and a predominant increase in irreligiosity, the Lord appears to re-establish the principles of Dharma. But He does not come alone. He comes with His eternal associates that serve Him in different forms of loving exchanges in Vaikuntha. For example, when Lord Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, appeared on the earth in Dwapar Yuga, Sheshanag came in the form of Lord Balaram with him.
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What does Vishnu sculpture symbolize?

As stated by Lord Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita, He appears in the material world to protect His devotees and to kill the miscreants. The Lord is very merciful to every living entity but those who have taken His shelter and engage in His loving devotional service are especially taken care of by Him. The devotees worship and serve the deity of the Lord with all their hearts. In this way, they develop genuine affection and love for the Lord. The Lord being situated in the hearts of all living entities as Supersoul (Paramatma), also reciprocates with His devotees and gives them the highest form of bliss. The deity of the all-powerful and all-merciful Lord Vishnu is the symbol of purity and love. It is not just a piece of stone, metal, or wood, but is the Lord Himself.
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What is the power of Sheshnag?

The Vedic scriptures mention that Sheshnag is the immediate expansion of Lord Vishnu who serves Him with pure devotion. The Acharyas in the path of Bhakti also explain that Sheshnag represents the Guru Tattva. Without the mercy of Guru, the living entity cannot attain the lotus feet of the Supreme Lord. Sheshnag comes in the form of Balaram or Lakshman in the pastimes of Lord Krishna and Lord Ram respectively. Without pleasing Balaram, one cannot understand the nature of Lord Krishna, or without pleasing Lakshman, one cannot know Lord Ram. Similarly, if one wants to serve Lord Vishnu, the mercy of Sheshnag is needed. When it is achieved, Lord Vishnu, without any delay, accepts even a fallen soul and gives Him liberation from all kinds of suffering. Such is the power of Sheshnag.
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