Vishnu Dashavatara, 38CM Brass Lord Vishnu Dashavatar, Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu, Hindu God Vishnu surrounded by his Avatars, Dasavtar

Vishnu Dashavatara, 38CM Brass Lord Vishnu Dashavatar, Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu, Hindu God Vishnu surrounded by his Avatars, Dasavtar
Vishnu Dashavatara, 38CM Brass Lord Vishnu Dashavatar, Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu, Hindu God Vishnu surrounded by his Avatars, Dasavtar
Vishnu Dashavatara, 38CM Brass Lord Vishnu Dashavatar, Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu, Hindu God Vishnu surrounded by his Avatars, Dasavtar
Vishnu Dashavatara, 38CM Brass Lord Vishnu Dashavatar, Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu, Hindu God Vishnu surrounded by his Avatars, Dasavtar
Vishnu Dashavatara, 38CM Brass Lord Vishnu Dashavatar, Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu, Hindu God Vishnu surrounded by his Avatars, Dasavtar
Vishnu Dashavatara, 38CM Brass Lord Vishnu Dashavatar, Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu, Hindu God Vishnu surrounded by his Avatars, Dasavtar
Vishnu Dashavatara, 38CM Brass Lord Vishnu Dashavatar, Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu, Hindu God Vishnu surrounded by his Avatars, Dasavtar
Vishnu Dashavatara, 38CM Brass Lord Vishnu Dashavatar, Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu, Hindu God Vishnu surrounded by his Avatars, Dasavtar

Vishnu Dashavatara, 38CM Brass Lord Vishnu Dashavatar, Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu, Hindu God Vishnu surrounded by his Avatars, Dasavtar

Brass vishnu dashavatar set with wooden frame and bell. Dashavatar refers to the 10 avatars of lord vishnu. Lord vishnu is said to descend in form of an avatar to restore cosmic order. These avatars play a major role in shaping human evolution through centuries. Matsya avatar: half fish and half-human form of vishnu.

According to matsya puran, matsya informs manu, the leader of the humans, of the great flood, and helps him save all the motile living beings, the vedas, and the seeds of all plants. Kurma avatar: kurma is the half tortoise half-man form of vishnu. During the churning of the ocean (samudra manthan), he balances mount mandara on his shell to assist the gods and the demons in the churning process. He is also believed to have supported the weight of the cosmos on his back. Varaha avatar: half man and half boar avatar of vishnu.

In hindu dharma, he slays the demon hiranyaksha to save bhudevi, the personification of the earth, and restores her back to the surface from a sinking state using his tusks. Narsimha: narsimha is the half lion and a half-human avatar of vishnu. He was born to end the reign of the demonic king hiranya kashyap and establish peace, order, righteousness, and other elements of dharma on earth. Vamana: vamana was a dwarf brahmin.

This avatar of lord vishnu comes to check the growing power of the demonic king mahabali, which he does by tricking him during a sacrificing ceremony and sending him to the underworld. Parashurama: parshurama is a brahmin kshatriya avatar of lord vishnu. He is depicted as a sage with an axe in his hand. He was born to end the tyranny of the evil kshatriyas, who misused their powers and made others' lives miserable and bring them to justice.

Rama: lord rama is one of the most significant and powerful deities of hindu dharma and the lead character of the epic ramayana. He kills the evil king ravana to end his terrorizing rule, and to free his wife sita, whom ravana had kidnapped. Krishna: he is known to end the reign of his tyrannical maternal uncle kansa, and for his role as the advisor or the pandavas and the charioteer and guide of arjuna in mahabharata.

Buddha: siddhartha gautam, later to be known as gautam buddha, left his family and all material possession in search of enlightenment. He founded buddhism and taught people ways to end all kinds of suffering through noble eightfold paths.

Kalki: kalki is the only avatar of vishnu that is yet to be born. It is said that he will end all evil by defeating the demon kali and start a new satyayuga or kalkiyuga. Kali is all the negative emotions and elements personified into one. Kalki is depicted as a warrior riding a white horse and holding a shining sword. Height- 38 cm/ 15 inches approx. Width- 33 cm/ 13 inches approx. Depth- 11 cm/ 4 inches approx. Weight: 2.55 kg approx. A lot of effort is taken to provide accurate images of each product, the actual appearance of the item may vary due to limitations of photography, different device screen settings and the lighting of the place the product is installed at. This item is made of brass and wood, brass bells, vishnu dashavatar in brass.
Vishnu Dashavatara, 38CM Brass Lord Vishnu Dashavatar, Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu, Hindu God Vishnu surrounded by his Avatars, Dasavtar


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