Namaskar or Namaskaram is a gesture of paying obeisance, respecting elders, saluting gods, goddesses etc. This Hanuman sculpture is formed with natural blocks of diorite and granite with perfect white scores scratched to form apt ornaments and apparels. Bajrangbali, as the name says, is the most powerful and strongest deities, famous for his generous attitude towards Lord Rama, his guru.
He stands on a thin pedestal with hands joined in respect. He wears a short dhoti with its ends flowing down in ease. The unique feature in this statue is the formation of the long tail, like that of a halo at the back of his crown that takes the shape of a two layered gumbad and a conical top. The statue chiseled with great patience and minute briefings to form beauteous jewels is a good piece to be kept at entrance gates of office or hotel reception.