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Tirupati Balaji- Lord Venketeshwar-Indian God Vishnu statue in Brass- 9"



Product Specification:
Size: 9 inches Height x 7 inches wide
Material: Brass
Weight: 3 Kg, Heavy


A striking handmade Indian ritual statue of Hindu god "TIRUPATI BALAJI” with fine detailing all over the piece. The statue of Lord Tirupati is made of solid brass with bronze polish. This sculpture is apt for collection piece or decoration and makes excellent gifting option for your friends, relatives & dear ones.

About Tirupati balaji

Tirupati also know as Venkateswara is a form of the Hindu god Vishnu. Lord Venkateshwara's debt to Lord Gubera. Every year, thousands of devotees donate a large amount of wealth at the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple at Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. There is an interesting story to this. Goddess Lakshmi, also referred as Shri, once had a fight with Lord Vishnu and left Vaikunta. She came and settled on earth in disguise. Lord Vishnu soon arrived on earth searching for Goddess Lakshmi. But He failed to trace Shri and settled on Tirumala hills in form of a forest gatherer and continued his search. During the search, Lord Vishnu met a beautiful girl named Padmavathi who was the daughter of the King of the seven hills in Tirumala. They both fell in love and decided to get married.The father of Padmavathi asked for a huge bridal price and to pay the money Lord Vishnu took a huge loan from Kubera, the Hindu god who is the treasurer of wealth. ButKubera gave the loan on the condition that Vishnu cannot return to Vaikunta (heavenly abode) without paying off the debt. So Lord Vishnu resides at Tirumala as Tirupati Venkateswara without returning to Vaikunta. To help him repay his debt, devotees offer him wealth and in return Lord Vishnu fulfills their prayers.
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Material Type Statue Brass & Metal
size range 8- 11.9 Inches

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