|Title||:||Brass hindu deity lord Rama darbar silver plated statue religious craft dicor|
|Category||:||Art (God Idol)|
|Dimensions||:||22.86 x 10.16 x 30.48 centimeters|
|Price||:||$198.00 (see below)|
Rama Darbaar - In this brass sculpture, Lord Rama (standing in middle) is seen with his younger brother Laxmana (Standing on his right), his wife Sita (standing on his left) and his supreme devotee, Hanuman, (sitting with hands folded) in front of him. The brass statue is an iconic one as it reminds the whole epic of 'Ramayana' in one look. Lord Rama is the 7th incarnation of Lord Vishnu according to the Hindu Mythology. He was born to King 'Dashratha' and his first wife 'Kaushalya' at 'Ayodhya'. Lakshmana was born to King 'Dashratha' and his third wife 'Sumitra'. Lakshmana was specially attached to Rama, and is always seen/shown with Rama. Sita was the daughter of the goddess 'Earth' and was adopted by King 'Janaka' of Mithila and his wife 'Sunayna'. Her father 'Janaka' had organized a 'Swayamwara' with the condition that Sita would marry only that man who would be able to string 'Pinak Dhanu' (bow of Shiva). Lord Rama did it and got married to her. Hanuman is a Hindu deity; He is an ape-like humanoid, ardent devotee of Lord Rama who participated in Rama's war against the demon king 'Ravana'.
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