Material: Marble stone dust
Dimension(HWL): 3.3 x 2.2 x 1 inch
- The beautiful statuette depicts the trinity of Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra, and Subhadra.
- The Lilliputian statue of Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra, and Subhadra is carved from marble dust along with a splash of colors.
- The trio is engraved on a Simhasan of the intricately designed base, and back.
- The gorgeous statuette is made by the efficient craftsman of Odisha, where stone carving is globally famous.
- Lord Jagannath worshipped along with his brother Lord Balabhadra, and his sister Goddess Subhadra in his temple.
- Lord Jagannath is considered to be one of the incarnations of Lord Vishnu.
- The word Jaga means universe and Nath means Lord, so, he is the lord of the universe.
- Likewise, Bala means strength, so as does the Balaram, he is the epitome of strength. He is considered the human Avatar of Seshnag and the deity of agriculture.
- Unlike other gods and goddesses who get idolized as husband and wife form, in Puri, the sibling gets worshipped in the shrine symbolizing the purest form of relationship.
- Place the idol in the north or northeast corner while facing it in the east direction grants auspicious results.
- You can use it in your temple of home and office.
- The glaring stone sculptures can be placed on the cabin, cupboard, or showcased in your living room and office.
- You can also place it on your study table, reception desk, coffee table, and office chamber.
- A rich gifting option for your dear one at their special events.
- It is believed that worshipping the trio with a pure heart rewards the devotee by fulfilling all his wishes.
- Any obstacle coming in life is easily removed by keeping the idol at your home and office.
- Relishing the gaze of the Lord blesses them with a blissful life.
- The decorous home decor statue is made of marble dust.
- It is considered to be very durable and shatterproof.
- For dusting, clean it with a piece of cloth or a small brush over the surface of the stone sculptures.
- The dusting should be carried every other day, to keep the dust away from the surface of the decorative stone.