Dimension(HWL): 12 x 8 x 4 inch
Height: 1 ft (approx.)
Weight: 40 kg
- The above statues are of the Hindu trinity; Bramha, Bishnu, and Maheswar sitting on a lotus pedestal.
- They are identifiable with their artistic representation:
- Bramha is an old man with four hands facing in each direction. Holding Hindu menu script, a scepter, and a goblet.
- Bishnu is well adorned with jewels always seen with Sankha, Chakra, Gada, and the Padma.
- Maheswar is always in an ascetic form seen with his Jatamukuta, trident, Drum, Kamandula, and serpent Vasuki around his neck. one thing in common as all gestures in Vitarka mudra with their lower left hand.
- These shapes are made by the skillful artist of Odisha. By using tools wisely they have made the graven image efficacious.
- Bramha the Creator, Vishnu the preserver, Mahesh the destroyer. These trinities represent the cyclical nature of our existence from birth, preservation, destruction to regeneration.
- Despite the countless many Hindu Gods and Goddesses, these three gods of the triumvirate hold a place of immense importance in Hinduism.
- The four faces of Lord Bramha represent the four Vedas.
- Their wives are very popular with numerous temples. The wives of Bramha, Vishnu & Mahesh are Saraswati, Laxmi & Parvati.
- The northeast corner is always a desirable zone to emplace sacred statues.
- This Trimurti can be used in temples for Puja.
- The outdoor ambiance of any shrine, institution, will also be recommended to place the triumvirate.
- Gallery, the hallway of a hotel, palace home also are suitable places.
- The Sandstones are eco-friendly, indestructible, and have good resistance to the weather.
- Brush off dust with a cloth or you can clean with running water, to keep away the statues from the dirt and debris.
- Clean the stone sculptures regularly, is the best way to keep the sculptures durable.