Author: exoticindiaart

This ten-armed statue cast in fine brass with selected parts: ensemble, ornaments, attributes, pedestal, anodized in copper represents the goddess Kali India's most extensively worshipped divinity in her manifestation as... Read More

If you are fond of Ganesha Pendant. The most widely loved and revered of the entire Hindu pantheon, His unmistakable silhouette has been captured in this perfectly smithed glimmering gold... Read More

A warm, brilliantly hued saree. Expressively lined eyes. Captivating mudras accompanying the sonorous sound of ghungroos. The magic of Bharatanatyam is not only in the dancer, but in her attire... Read More

Have you ever wondered about the heavenly beauty of lord Krishna and the divine grace and extreme love of the cosmic couple Krishna and Radha? Well, if you are confused,... Read More

The signature element of Vajrasattva's iconography is the pristine silvery skin. It represents this tantric deity's essential qualities of purity and newness, and the ability of the mind to transcend... Read More

Varanasi is the spiritual capital of India, home to no less than 2,000 temples of Hindu culture and tradition. The ghats and mandirs in this city provide ample opportunity to... Read More

The local word 'li' is a versatile syllable. It designates the vast range of metals, of diverse origins, levels of refinement, and blends, that constitute a medium of sculpture in... Read More

This striking Shiva sculpture is indeed the very picture of asceticism. This portrayal depicts Him walking across the Himalayas, a section of the jagged folded rocks beneath His kharam-clad feet.... Read More

This extremely lovable form of Lord Ganesha depicts him in his royal grandeur with the legs folded in utkutasana and the right ankle supporting his large portly belly. He is... Read More

When one begins to look for the beloved Ganesha in itihasa, the older of the two, which is Ramayana, yields no result. One would expect the great Lord of auspicious... Read More