(SOLD) Graceful Rama Sita Statue 22"
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(SOLD) Graceful Rama Sita Statue 22" Item #4b32

Materials: Hand Carved, Red Hibiscus Flower

Origin: Made in Bali, Indonesia

Height: 22 inches

Width: 10 inches

Depth: 4.5 inches

Weight: 7 pounds

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Description

This beautifully carved Rama and Sita statue is made from a red hibiscus flower tree.  The gradation of color in the wood is absolutely striking and the details are just brilliant!

You can immediately see how the artist has succeeded in creating such precise details, at once dreamlike and realistic, as evidenced in the the quiver which Rama holds on his back and the deer which Sita is gently caressing as well as the three dimensional crowns which adorn each of their heads.

Lord Rama is the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu.  Rama represents an ideal man.  In the story of Ramayana, Rama's personality depicts him as the perfect son, devoted brother, true husband, trusted friend, ideal king, and a noble adversary.  Rama is always ready to destroy evil and protect righteousness.  He is himself an embodiment of dharma.  Sita symbolizes an ideal daughter, wife, mother, and queen.  Whereas Rama symbolizes standards of perfection that can be conceived in all the facets of a man's life, mother Sita represents all that is great and noble in womanhood, the perfect embodiment of purity in thoughts, words, and deeds.  She is revered as an incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi, the divine consort of Lord Vishnu.

This sculpture is entirely hand carved in Bali, Indonesia.  Every piece is truly unique!

About The God

Lord Rama is the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Rama represents an ideal man. In the story of Ramayana, Rama's personality depicts him as the perfect son, devoted brother, true husband, trusted friend, ideal king, and a noble adversary. Rama is always ready to destroy evil and protect righteousness. He is himself an embodiment of dharma. Sita symbolizes an ideal daughter, wife, mother, and queen. Whereas Rama symbolizes standards of perfection that can be conceived in all the facets of a man's life, mother Sita represents all that is great and noble in womanhood, the perfect embodiment of purity in thoughts, words, and deeds. She is revered as an incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi, the divine consort of Lord Vishnu.

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