The Hindu pantheon has almost an endless number of Gods and Goddesses, each with specific characteristics, accessories, postures and blessings. If Durga represents creation, Lakshmi is the source of progress, success, peace and harmony, and Kali is the divine destroyer the source of all power. Krishna is the Hindu God of love, and Shiva is the primal source of all creations in his dance is hidden the rhythm of the universe and motion. Beautiful handmade statues and sculptures of these Hindu Gods and Goddesses are revered as religious and spiritual purposes. They are also admired as precious collectibles for their mythical, symbolical, religious as well as high aesthetic qualities. Browse through our collection of handmade Hindu deity statues available in a variety of materials, designs, sizes and posture. These handcrafted statues and sculptures of Hindu Gods and Goddesses, like, Krishna, Shiva, Ganesha,Nataraja, Buddha, Patanjali and Spiritual Sculptures are revered as votive statues and sculptures as well as for their aesthetic quality. You can buy them for your personal collection or give them as gifts that would be cherished forever.
The Buddha, whose original name was Siddhartha Gautama, was the founder of Buddhism, the religion and the philosophical system that produced a great culture throughout much of southern and eastern AsiaBuddha, meaning "awakened one" or "enlightened one" is a title not a name. In Hindu Dogma, the Buddha is viewed as being the 9th avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu
Ganesha the bestower of goodluck is the first god to be prayed to whenever starting a new venture.
Shree Krishna is a deity worshiped across many traditions in Hinduism in a variety of perspectives. While many Vaishnava groups recognize him as an avatar of Vishnu, other traditions within Krishnaism consider Krishna to be svayam bhagavan, or the supreme being. Krishna is often depicted as an infant, as a young boy playing a flute as in the Bhagavata Purana or as a youthful prince giving direction and guidance as in the Bhagavad Gita.