Material: Soapstone / Pink stone
Dimension(HWL): 6.2 x 4 x 1.7 inch
Weight: 760 gram
The portrayal of the gleaming stone sculptures:
- The above statue is a mythological bird known as “Garuda”, mentioned in both Hindu and Buddhi scriptures.
- The statue is seen genuflecting on a lotus substructure.
- The statue has an eagle-like nose, wearing a crown, posing as Anjali Mudra, and partially opened wing like he is ready to hover unsteadily.
- The carved idol is made by the brilliant artisans of Odisha. Odisha is well known for its intricate stone carving worldwide.
- Garuda is the Bahana of Lord Vishnu.
- Pakshiraja (the king of birds) and the enemy of serpents.
- Supremely powerful and able to move at great speed.
- Commonly found in shrines of Lord Vishnu and Jagannath.
- God Garuda has also independent Upanishads in his names the Garudapanidad and Garuda Purana, specifically to him.
- God Garuda also appears in Buddhist texts, named “Garula”. The birds with golden wings.
- The occasion of Garuda Panchami or Naga Chaturthi in the month of Shravana Shukla Paksha is specifically celebrated where he worshipped along with the Nagas.
- Lord Garuda’s statue should always be placed in the southwest zone while facing to the northeast of your home or office.
- Make use of the statue for worshiping in the temple of your home or office.
- You can place it on your sideboard, cabinet, console of your office or home.
- A unique option to gift your dear one on their special occasion.
- To get ahead in your respective area of work, the statue will be a beneficial option to turn up the opportunity.
- God Garuda removes the evil eye, black magic, and negative energy from the life of his worshiper.
- Lord Garuda bestows his devotees with name, fame, and wealth by refraining from all worries.
- The above statue is made from environment-friendly material like soapstone.
- Soapstones are durable and do not crack easily.
- Relatively easy for cleaning and maintenance only by using a soft cloth, wipe down the surface of the statue.
- Keep dusting from time to time, to keep the dirt away from the statue.