The attractive Vishnu Statue Murti is an individual dramatic centerpiece arrangement made to suit a wide variety of decor themes.
Material: Sandstone Redstone
Material: Sandstone Redstone
Dimensions : 36 x 18 x 9 inch
Statue Height: 3 feet
Description of the Vishnu Statue:
- The statue represented here is Lord Vishnu standing under a multi-hooded serpent.
- He always depicts a human body, with four arms, carrying various objects like a conch, chakra, lotus, and a club.
- Dressed in ample jewelry, flower garlands, a wrapped skirt, and a large crown.
- The sculpture is made in an almost intricate and skillful manner making it difficult to take your eyes off.
About Lord Vishnu:
- Lord Vishnu is the savior of the universe.
- In every Incarnation, he returns to earth to restore and balance good and wickedness(Cosmic balance).
- The Tilak on his head indicates a clear direction that accelerates development.
- Vishnu has appeared in various incarnations nine times on this planet, with the tenth predicted.
- Matsya (fish): Some Hindus consider that this is similar to the biblical illustration of Noah.
- Kurma (turtle): Swirling the Ocean
- Varaha (pig/boar): In this avatar, Vishnu recovered the robbed Vedas.
- Narasimha (half lion, half man): Vishnu managed to defeat a demon who had acquired immunity from attacks from man, beast, or god.
- Vamana (a dwarf sage with the capability to grow): In this story, the evil demon Bali had taken over the earth and pushed all of the gods from the heavens as well. Vishnu took the shape of a dwarf, who tricked Bali into showing him as much of Bali’s empire as he could cover in three steps. Vishnu as Vamana expanded so large that with one step he had encircled the earth, with the second the heavens, thus returning the ownership to the gods.
- Parasurama (fierce man/hunter): Vishnu frees the earth of irreligious and sinful monarchs.
- Rama (greatest warrior/ideal man )As Rama, he kills the terror King Ravana, who kidnapped his wife Sita.
- Krishna (mentally advanced man): Krishna is the icon of the Mahabharata, an epic poem. He also delivered his famous message, known as the Baghavad Gita.
- Buddha (the all-knowing one)
- Kalki: Expected towards the end of this present age of decline, as a person on earth, seated on a white horse.
- The churning also brought Goddess Laxmi from the ocean. A gorgeous woman standing on a lotus flower chooses Lord Vishnu as his husband, and she has been inseparable since.
Expert suggestions to place the attractive Vishnu Statue :
- One route to finding calm away from the hustle and bustle is by exhibiting the sculpture at the park, garden, or lawn.
- The statue has the potential to become a tranquil retreat for the eye where ever you placed it.
- Create a soothing ambiance by including lighting and furniture near the statue.
- Dip your toe in by dedicating one corner of your plot to the statue.
- Adding a stepping stone path or even a small bridge leading toward the statue would look brilliant.
- Japanese maples, also known as Acers, are a fabulous way to bring some visual interest beneath the sculpture.
- Intense color flowers with intricate foliage that changes tone throughout the year elevate the beauty of the sculpture.
- A simple timber trellis, panels, a pergola, or an umbrella would also go well with the statue. Alternatively, you could add architectural foliage to make your statue feel more vintage.
- Hardy evergreen ferns are a good option to keep your statue looking green among them all year round.
Reap blessings of Lord Vishnu statue:
- Lord Vishnu’s idol brings wealth, abundance, and success to his devotee’s life.
- Lord Vishnu brings peace of mind by eliminating turmoil, sorrow, mental instability, and anxiety.
- Lord Vishnu knock down the harmful factors of enemies and their actions.
Maintenance tips for the Vishnu Statue:
- Pre-wet the statue before start burnishing all the intricate areas of your statue.
- After that give the statue a final shower, then let it air dry.