Garuda is the legendary bird considered the mount or vahana of the protector of universe, Vishnu. This mythological creature is said to have connection with the eagle family, with huge human body and large feathers. This black stone garuda statue is depicted to be kneeling on his one leg with folded hands and large feathers. These statues are generally placed in front of the Vishnu temples as he represents life and heaven and are great enemies of snake who are the symbol of death also is associated with the sun and fire. He generally is referred to as the king of the birds. According to Hindu mythology, Garuda has the torso and arms of a man and the wings, head, beak and talons of an eagle or vulture. His body is gold in color, his wings are red and his face is white.
So bring this mythological creature home and feel the presence of the lord himself.