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Indian handicrafts—including hand-stitched traditional clothing—are now on the rise and gaining prominence all over the world. As one of the fastest growing religions in the world, Hinduism’s rapid global spread influences people’s growing affinity for Indian handicrafts. More and more people want handcrafted, highly artisanal Hindu deity statues and idols in their homes for worship or display. These items are also widely used in Vastu or the Ayurvedic science of architecture, or even Feng Shui. Whether for religion or for aesthetic or energy-balancing purposes, everyone can agree that Indian handicrafts have a certain breathtaking allure in them that make them attractive additions to any home or workplace.

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Things to Know About the Shiva Statue

Jun 17, 2017 4:09:00 AM

In Hinduism, Lord Shiva is considered one of the most highly important deities as he is the third arm of the Trimurti. The trimurti consists of the destroyer represented by Lord Shiva, and the creator and organizer, represented by Brahma and Vishnu respectively. His presence as the destroyer is essential as he maintains the cycle of life. Lord Shiva is a deity that is both generous and fearsome because of his power. Are you thinking of buying a Shiva statute? Here’s a tip: One is enough. Adding another Shiva idol or statue to your home will counteract the other’s energy. 

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The Uniqueness of Wall Sculptures

Jun 16, 2017 3:58:00 AM

Wall sculptures and hangings have the unique ability to enliven a room without taking up any floor space. Wall decorations and wall art have many benefits for the mind, soul, and for your home as well. Having decorations and sculptures in strategic places of your abode can certainly make everything feel more alive. As said by the American puzzle master and enigmatologist Will Shortz, “As human beings, we have a natural compulsion to fill empty spaces.” And if you are going to fill an area with something, why not choose an elegant and beautiful item? A wall sculpture definitely fits the bill. 

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Kali is the Hindu Goddess of death and liberation. Her name Kali comes from the Sanskrit word “kal,” which translates to time. She takes away her devotees’ kala or darkness and in return bestows true light. In artistic depictions, Kali is seen as a naked, dark or blue-colored goddess who has multiple arms. Her tongue hangs out of her mouth while her red eyes glare. Her hair flows wild and she is wrapped with necklaces full of skulls. She typically carries a severed head and a sword, and around her waist is a belt made of severed arms. While her portrayal is fearsome, she actually liberates people from ego and the illusion of reality or maya. Kali is often shown to stand over her husband Shiva, with one foot on him. When Kali goes on a rage, Shiva lays himself down in front of her in order for her to calm down and stop the destruction. She then sticks her tongue out in shame, as seen in most Kali statues and idols. 

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Religious or cultural idols, statues, and wall sculptures are more than just beautiful pieces for display at homes, offices, and other places. They give visitors a unique insight into a person’s belief, personality, or culture. They offer a one of a kind view into a person’s world. People display their religious and cultural artefacts because it represents themselves, their world, and the belief that they devote themselves into. They are more than just paintings or pieces of metal. A wall sculpture of Lord Ganesh can bring prosperity and happiness in your life. The presences of the Hindu deities are very auspicious, and they are thought to bring positive energies into the homes of their devotees.

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Religious statues are made to represent their Hindu Gods and Goddesses for veneration. These idols are symbols of faith that bring positive energy into the lives of devotees. These Hindu God idols are very much connected to people—they affect their mindsets because they are believed to channel vast amounts of energy that can change luck and increase prosperity. Placement is very important, and there are some basic rules to be followed when positioning Hindu God idols. Not only are these idols ubiquitous in Indian homes, temples and workplaces— they are also worshipped during festivals and occasions. They are also widely used in Western spaces.

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In Hinduism, Ganesh is considered to be one of the most powerful Gods, and his presence in the form of a statue or a wall hanging is thought to bring prosperity, wealth, and happiness in a home or office. This is why a wall hanging of Lord Ganesh is appropriate and very auspicious as a corporate gift. Ganesh is the God of wisdom and knowledge and is known to dispel evils and remove obstacles in the lives of the Lord’s devotees. To give a wall figure or hanging on the Lord Ganesh as a gift is to wish prosperity in someone’s life. Ganesh is worshipped during festivals, including the Diwali Festival alongside the Goddess Laxmi.

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Facts about the Shiva Statue

May 1, 2017 5:26:50 AM

One of the most important Gods in Hinduism is Lord Shiva, who is also Trimurti’s third arm. The Trimurti is composed of the creator, the organizer, and lastly, the destroyer. These correspond to Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva (or Mahesh). Shiva the destroyer maintains life’s cycle. He is also known as Lord Natarja, and is believed to be both a generous and formidable figure.

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Brighten up your Home with Indian Handicrafts

Indian artisans have for long fascinated the global traveller. This is because of the distinct art form. A very rich and diverse culture, with many languages and traditions and cultures have only added to the extensive range of collectables originating from India. Skilled artisans display traditional art forms in intricate and exquisite handicrafts that are much sought after globally.

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Ganesh Wall Hangings: Gifting Ideas for Inauguration party

Home inauguration is undeniably one of the most important events in a family’s life. Moving into a residence is filled with joy and great expectations of a safe, secure and happy life. It is precisely because of the such joy that friends and family are invited for the inauguration or house warming celebration. Guests who are invited for home inauguration sometimes get confused on the right gift for the occasion. A simple answer exists for well-meaning friends of the family that is moving into their new home – a wall hanging ganesh sculpture.

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The Beauty and Elegance of Nataraja brass Statue

Nataraja occupies a prominent place in Hindu mythology and religion, in addition to deep rooted Indian culture. Captured in the form of brass statues, the dancing Nataraja is much sought after globally, as much for its art form as for its association with the Hindu religion. The statue is an elevated art form, depicting a pose in brass, embellished with colorful stone. Here are a few good reasons why this statue needs to be a part of your collection.

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Radha Krishna Statue: Give a Positive Energy and Good Luck

One of the more popular statues in Hindu religion, is the Radha Krishna statue. It symbolizes love between Hindu gods. These intricately carved and sculpted statues are believed to bring good fortune to residences where they are placed. This is because of the significance of the statues in Hindu mythology. Deeply rooted in Indian culture and tradition these statues are wonderful works of art, that create a soothing and pleasant atmosphere in residences. We draw closer to the reasons for possessing one of these collectables.

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Art is a very important element of interior design.  Wall sculptures and wall hangings can create a focal point in the room that they are in and can unify the aesthetics of a space. Among the best positions for a wall sculpture is above your fireplace, or above the bed in the master’s bedroom. If you have a quite a collection, you could also build a creative gallery wall that showcases all your wall sculptures together with other artworks. 

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Nataraja (also known as Shiva Nataraja) is one of the three Hindu gods who are believed to be the cause of destruction, creation, and sustenance of the world. Shiva is the god of destruction, but he is also depicted in other forms in order to represent other concepts. Among the most popular statues of Shiva that you will find is the Nataraja. The Nataraja represents the god Shiva as a dancer doing the divine Tandavam dance, which is meant to annihilate the universe and prepare it for its renewal. 

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Krishna is among the most widely worshipped and one of the most popular Indian divinities. He is worshipped as the eight incarnation of Vishnu, and is also a supreme god himself. Krishna became the focus of a number of devotional cults that have produced a great deal of religious music, poetry, and art over many years. 

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Durga, the mother goddess of Hinduism, has many incarnations. It is believed that she is the cause of creation, obliteration, and sustenance. Durga is essentially formless and is purely energy, and that is why she manifests in other gods and demi-gods. You may find rare and mesmerizing statues of Durga in different form in India and Nepal.

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 With a rich heritage and culture dating back to ancient civilizations, traditional Indian art and handicrafts are a great way to adorn homes. Dining rooms are an important aspect of homes, where a lot of quality time is spent with family. Bonding happens over meals and it is quite natural that dining rooms require to be decorated with the best kind of art to increase visual appeal in an elegant and interesting manner.

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Undeniably, brass is the metal of choice figurines and statues. Globally, brass and bronze has a special attraction, lending its name to the statue itself.  For instance, statues of a bygone era are more often than not, identified as a Chola Bronze or Brass etc.  

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The sub-continent of India is a cultural melting pot, with deep rooted traditions retracing steps to ancient civilizations. In Hinduism, Kali, also known as the gentle mother and fierce warrior is revered and feared at the same time. 

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A religious-cultural symbol very famous in the South of India, Nataraja, also known as the posture of the king of the dance, is an artifact of great artistic value. As the very translation of the name in Sanskrit suggests, the Nataraja statue portrays various poses of dance.  

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Goddess Durga is considered as the symbol of power and strength and is prayed as the Supreme Being in Shaktism. She is depicted in different forms with different facial features, names, and personas. One of Her most popular statues is that of the Goddess with ten arms, carrying a lethal weapon and slaying the demon, Mahishasura. 

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Indian handicrafts are popular worldwide for their great quality, unique design and affordable prices. People are adding different handicraft items from India to decorate their homes and add a hint of personality to their living space. Handicrafts are keeping the rich Indian traditions and culture alive. If you want to take a piece of tradition and culture of India, you must consider buying a few different handicraft items to decorate your home.

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Mass produced products might come at an affordable price, but they rarely have charm or elegance. The piece you buy is just one of the thousands, or in some cases millions, of the same kind. There is nothing special about them, no story behind them. This is the main reason why people like to buy handicrafts whether it comes it decorative items, clothes or even shoes.

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When you decorate your home, it is not just about buying beautiful and expensive decorative items and putting them up together on display. Your home decor adds a personality to your home and things which you decorate your home with say a lot about you. Many people decorate their home using paintings, sculptures, multiple photos frames with interesting images and souvenirs from different trips. Each room has a theme and people use different elements in interesting arrangements to make the whole room appealing to the eye. 

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Hanging Wall Sculptures with Modern Art

Dec 14, 2016 9:48:15 PM

The right wall décor can make your home look more inviting, elegant, and sophisticated. There is a wide range of options in wall décor, and hanging wall sculptures are some of the best ones. Wall hanging sculptures are among the products you can consider if you are looking for a combination of modern and traditional work of art for your home. 

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Buddha statues do not merely symbolize Buddha himself, but they serve as an inspiration to followers of the enlightened one. The statues typically depict him in different poses, but those that show him laughing or seated and meditating are treated as a divine symbol of happiness and peace in various cultures. Likewise, his statues are symbols of good fortune and wealth. 

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Known as 'the enlightened one', Lord Buddha is Vishnu's ninth avatar and one of the most popular symbols of Hinduism. Buddha is known to a lot of people and different cultures, particularly as a preacher of tranquility and peace. He may have been born into royalty, yet he picked the path of renunciation on a quest to discover the truth of life, which he symbolizes. Buddha continues to be an inspiration to many people who are seeking the same objective, and his statues bring inspiration and hope to these individuals.

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Adding the right, colorful décor will easily transform a dull and plain room into a more interesting, brighter, and lively sight. Indian handicrafts are among the best products you can consider when decorating your home. These are traditional decorative elements that are designed and crafted using traditional methods, often by hand. This gives authentic Indian handicrafts a special touch. It also means that no product will look exactly like another. Some Indian handicrafts are one-of-a-kind and available only in limited quantities. This way, they can add an exclusive touch to your home.

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It’s not surprising to find Buddha statues in the homes of non-Buddhists. Placing a statue of Buddha in one’s home can help attract positive chi energy. Buddha is known to have founded Buddhism and is universally recognized as the divine teacher or the enlightened one. A wide range of Buddha statues are being sold worldwide. The two most popular statues are that of Gautama Buddha and the laughing Buddha, which is said to have a Chinese descent.

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You can find a Pooja room in just about any Indian home. The Pooja room is a place for meditation where one can recharge his or her supply of positive energy. The completion of a Pooja room alone can be very tedious; it has to be in the right placement and direction for maximum benefits. It is also important that the Hindu God Idols in your Pooja room are positioned correctly. Here are some tips on the placement of idols in your Pooja room:

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Facts and Belief about Shiva Statue

Aug 19, 2016 1:55:00 AM

Shiva (The Auspicious One) is one of the three triumvirate gods of Hinduism responsible for destruction, creation, and upkeep of the world. Shiva is the god of destruction but he is also represented in other forms to symbolize other concepts. For instance, with the moon on his head, Shiva shows wisdom. With a snake wrapped around his neck, he symbolizes alertness. And with the third eye on his forehead, he shows knowledge. You might also find Shiva wielding a trident, which signifies that he is above three states—sleeping, dreaming, and walking.

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Ganesh is one of the most worshipped and popular Hindu deities. If you have a meditation room, why not add a wall hanging of Ganesh to it? Ganesh is a sign of auspiciousness, the remover of obstacles, and also the god of learning and wisdom. He is fond of reading and is an excellent writer—he was a scribe and wrote the Mahbharata poem in its entirety. By placing a Ganesh wall hanging in your home, you can bring in positive energy.

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One of the most popular and worshipped gods in India, Ganesh is well-known in his form that comes with an elephant’s head. In India, Ganesh can be found not just in temples but anywhere. You can find Ganesh statues in home altars, wall hangings in meditation centers, and more. His reach has extended far and wide and can even be found in Western countries. Having a Ganesh wall hanging in your home can perk up its look and may even bring in positive energy. Ganesh is known as the remover of obstacles and is worshipped for granting success, protection, and prosperity.

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The mother goddess of Hinduism, Durga takes on many forms and incarnations. Durga is believed to be the cause of creation, annihilation, and sustenance. Pure energy and essentially formless, Durga manifests in other gods and demi-gods. In some countries, Durga is worshipped for days. You may find rare and beautiful Durga statues in places such as Nepal, India, and Bengal. Even in western countries, Durga statues are usually found in meditation centers and even residences.

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Buddha, also known as Gautama Buddha or Siddhartha Gautama, is the central spiritual figure in Buddhism. Largely popular in Asia, the teachings of Buddha have reached western countries, too. In fact, it’s common to find Buddha statues in homes and even office spaces. It is said that placing a statue of Buddha in a space can bring in positive energy. The meaning of each Buddha statue depends on his Mudra—the symbolic gesture performed by his fingers or hands.

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It is customary for many Hindus to worship Ganesh and Lakshmi together. But just who is Lakshmi and why is she a symbol of prosperity? More people are familiar with Lord Ganesh as the Hindu deity with the head of an elephant. What you might not know is that in various books, Ganesh is linked with various goddesses, one of which is Lakshmi—the goddess of prosperity and luck. People worship Lakshmi Ganesh to welcome wealth with intelligence. If you want to attract and bring prosperity into your home, it’s a good idea to buy a Lakshmi Ganesh statue.

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Shiva Statues and Their Significance

Aug 17, 2016 12:21:38 AM

Hinduism has many gods and deities, and one of its most prominent figures is Shiva, Trimurti's third arm. The Trimurti encompasses a creator, organizer, and destroyer, each represented by Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva or Mahesh respectively. As the destroyer, Shiva maintains and encourages and the cycle of life. Though this image makes him terrifying, he is depicted in a more generous form, too, like what his Nataraja statues depict. Shiva statues may differ in their meaning, but they serve a purpose to inspire and encourage individuals who have them in their home or office.

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A large statue of Ganesh may seem an unlikely addition to your home or office, or an unusual gift to someone. However, there are many reasons why you should consider it. Ganesh is among the well-loved and best known deities in Hinduism. Likewise, his is the easiest one to recognize due to his elephant head and the reason why he is worshiped. Ganesh is the god that represents wisdom and success. Because of that, a large Ganesh statue is widely accepted by almost every caste in India, regardless of their spiritual beliefs.

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Kali is one of the many forms of Durga, the goddess considered to be the mother of everything. While Durga is depicted as a compassionate mother and the protector of the good, her form as Kali is considered terrifying due to her reputation as the destroyer. As Kali, she is the Hindu goddess of time, death, and violence, and she is typically associated with doomsday and sexuality, too. Hence, her statues are often a depiction of power. Every piece is amazingly and intricately carved. Some of her statues are highly detailed and depicting the goddess killing Mahishasura or riding a lion.

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Decorating your home or office should be easy when you add one-of-a-kind, exotic, and colorful elements to it. Indian handicrafts are among those that can adorn your personal space while providing a unique look and feel to it. Many Indian handicrafts—especially those that are handmade—are considered high-end works of art that can improve or enhance the look and feel of any office or home. While they are traditionally purchased from India, there are online stores that directly import Indian handicrafts from skilled and talented artisans in small villages to support their livelihood and make it easier for customers like you to have access to those products. Buying from these stores enable you to support the livelihood of the people who make the Indian handicrafts, too.

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Top 5 Indian Handicrafts You Must Buy

May 13, 2016 12:12:17 AM

Indian handicrafts are known to be colorful and uniquely designed. The most authentic ones are handmade and traditional, and sourced from various regions and artisanal villages in India. You do not have to personally visit India to buy these handicrafts when you can go online and find a reputable online store that specializes in them. Just be sure that the store works directly with renowned artisans to promote and sell their handicrafts.

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Hanuman is the Hindu god of strength, the resolver of problems, and the lord of nine magics. He is a mighty icon that is considered as Ram's most ardent and loved devotee. It is for that reason that he is worshiped for peace and strength, as well as for protection against evils and problems. It is considered favorable to have his statue in your home because it symbolizes and ensures prosperity and good omens for you and your household. Likewise, Hanuman statues are aesthetically pleasing works of art that can provide positive effects to your home's design and overall look and feel.

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Durga and Kali statues are beautifully crafted to depict the gracefulness and divinity of these goddesses. Placing them in your home lets their presence grace your property for supreme protection. Durga is known as the 'indestructible power' and the mother of all in Hindu mythology. She is the goddess of strength and power. She is a compassionate mother and protector of good, and as a multi-dimensional goddess, she can appear in many forms, have different facets, and many personas. Kali, the destroyer, is one of her forms, and it is her most feared persona.

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India is one of the countries in the world with an elaborate system of idols. Other cultures may perceive this as a simple matter of worshiping a doll like it is some god, but that is not the case for believers. In India, Hindu god idols are part of their daily lives, and you can incorporate this practice in your lifestyle for peace of mind. Moreover, it may open your mind to views that may enlighten you and help you enjoy life in a better way.

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Perhaps one of the most beautiful love stories in Hinduism, Radha and Krishna is the ultimate symbol of love. This is why people practicing Hinduism typically give a Radha Krishna statue to a couple during their wedding anniversary. Epics and myths say that Lord Vishnu is Krishna while Goddess Lakshmi is Radha. Theirs is basically a tale of love between a goddess and a god, but in human form. The name Radha Krishna means “cannot be broken into two.” The love of Radha Krishna was so strong that they became one.

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Shiva is the Great God and a major deity of Hinduism, usually seen holding a trident with his right lower arm. The trident symbolizes the overall world, the immediate world, and the inside world. Shiva wears garlands made out of skulls and five serpents around his neck. The god is also known to have 6 heads but only 5 are shown as the 6th will only be visible to the enlightened ones. A wide range of Lord Shiva statues are available online. You can usually find Shiva’s head or an entire representation of the god in different positions.

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India is one of the world’s richest countries when it comes to culture and art. Most of their arts and crafts stem from their deep belief of Hinduism. It’s not unusual to find statues or wall hangings that depict their gods and goddesses. It is also very common for Indian handicraft products to make use of or incorporate materials that are being produced in the country, such as bamboo.

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Ganesh is a deity of Hinduism who is believed to bring success to beginnings and new ventures, as well as supreme confidence. The lovable Ganesh has an elephant head and can be found in most Hindu and Indian homes. You might even find this Indian god in spas and other places of relaxation. It can take on the form of statues and sculptures as well as wall hangings.

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Stunning Facts about Wall Sculptures

Mar 4, 2016 5:08:25 AM

Everybody loves a well decorated space that not only looks good but also gives off a positive energy and calms the senses. Wall sculptures from India can help you achieve this vibe. These ornaments have the ability to set the mood for just about any room at home or even in the office. They are even used for restaurants and other commercial establishments. 

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Importance of Indian Handicrafts

Mar 4, 2016 4:57:51 AM

India has always been known for its rich culture, tradition, and religion, as well as its beautiful handicrafts. The country continues to be one of the most progressive in the world and is becoming a major player in terms of business, trade and industry, technology and education, and economy. Despite the rapid modernization of its cities, India hasn’t lost its artisanal tradition and the world has no doubt noticed. Indian handicrafts are taking center stage as some of the most-used décor not only in the East, but also in modern Western homes. You don’t have to understand Indian religion or culture in order to appreciate the beauty of Indian handicrafts. These beautiful pieces have a universal appeal and can infuse sophistication to any space.

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One of the most popular gods in India, Ganesh is well known for his Elephant head. He is revered as the god of wisdom and intellect not only in the East, but also in the West. In fact, you will find Ganesh statues, wall hangings, figurines, posters, and other similar items used as decor in non-Buddhist homes. If you have a blank wall at home or at your office, why not enhance it with a Ganesh wall hanging? 

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Gautama Buddha is a prominent religious figure around the world. He—the enlightened one was a sage who started Buddhism and is known for spreading tranquility and peace. You can find large Buddha statues not just in India but in the other parts of the world, too. And no you don’t have to be a Buddhist to appreciate their beauty. 

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Today, it has become a common phenomenon to have Buddha’s statue at home. Many homes or even offices, we visit today, either of relatives or friends, we see in some corner of the house, there being the statue of ‘laughing Buddha'. While some people keep it just to add beauty to their home, some people install the statue of Buddha because of their belief in what Buddha gives. 

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India is one of the countries where the first pieces of evidence of sculpting have been found. Over 5000 years old sculptures of Indian Gods were discovered a few decades ago in the old cities of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro. Continue reading to Know about the Traditional methods of Sculpting Indian God and Goddess

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Birth of Lord Ganesha

Oct 2, 2015 3:04:30 AM

With Ganesh Chaturthi festivle on its peak , we all are aware of the famous story of Lord Ganesha's birth. But this time, let’s get a glimpse of the real meaning and symbolism hidden behind the story, which would help us to understand the real essence of it; an understanding which would add extra zeal to our devotion and celebration.

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Why and How to worship Lord Krishna

Aug 25, 2015 11:32:55 AM

Having witnessed the universal form of Lord Krishna on the battlefield, Arjuna surrenders himself to absorb the knowledge Lord Krishna imparts. He asks Lord Krishna, Who are considered to be more perfect, those who are always properly engaged in your devotional service or those who worship the eternal and unmanifest.Worshiping Lord Krishna is considered the most euphoric medium of reaching this destination.And how to do that & to know interesting facts..Read this article ...

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Radha Krishna Love Story

Aug 11, 2015 10:52:16 AM

Beautiful Stories and facts about Radha Krishna.As a young man, Krishna's enigmatic personality wooed many women. He was such a bewitching flute player that all the Gopis would gather around to listen him play. These Gopis absolutely adored him. One of those Gopis was Radha. Continue reading...

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Lord Krishna Janmashtami

Aug 7, 2015 2:49:03 AM

KRISHNA JANMASHTAMI

A Hindu Deity who has left behind tales of being a notorious prankster, spell bounding flute player, enchanting lover, a great leader and well renowned teacher, all put together in one, is unmistakably Lord Krishna. With such a multi-faceted persona, He is remarkably one of the most colorful and vibrant incarnations. To mark the birth of this eight avatar of Vishnu, The whole country comes together to joyously celebrate the annual festival popularly known as Krishna Janmashtami. In accordance to Hindu calendar, this festival is celebrated on every 8th Day of Krishnapaksha in the month of Sharavana, which for this year falls on September 5th, 2015.

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The Ganesha is known with different names such as Chaturbujh (Four Arms) , Genesa, Ganesh,Ganpati, Vinayaka, Pillaiyar, Gajanan etc. The Ganesha is one of the most loved and best-known deities in India and Indeed one of the most recognized Hindu Lord outside the India. People from across and from different religious not only admire but also have great faith in him. He is one of the most worshiped Gods in the Hindu Pantheon.

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