Buddha4all Red Brass Kali Sculpture with 10 Arms Brass Statue Idol of Goddess Kali for Blessing, Health, Happiness and Stability at Home & Office, Handcrafted with Antique Look Brass Hand Carved

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Colour Brown
Material Metal
Item dimensions L x W x H 14 x 6.4 x 17.8 centimetres

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  • This Brass decorative item Enhance the decor value of the house, office, hotel, temple etc. Great ideas for wedding gifts, anniversary gifts house warming ceremonies, Birthday gifts, new venture, award ceremonies, Diwali and festival gifts. A valuable personal collectible collection.
  • Kali stands passionately upon the corpse of her lover Shiva who sacrificed himself to stop his enraged lover on her destructive rampage after killing the demon Raktabija
  • She has her tongue sticking out with 10 arms spread each holding a weapon or symbol, a necklace fashioned from skulls and a skirt made from arms
  • Handmade handicrafted statue produced using with the finest and fine detailing by expert craftsmen in international export quality solid brass for placing in home, temple, office, table or shop shelf. Great Customer Service: We do try our best to improve the product and service.
  • An Ideal Gift for your near & dear ones .Can be gifted on any occasion to someone special in your life.

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This brass statue shows Kali is full fierce form, with 10 arms and a garland of skulls around her neck. She is standing on the corpse of her husband, Shiva. The story of this pose is as follows: Shiva Calms Kali: After Kali killed the demon Raktabija she became Intoxicated with Raktabija's blood, Kali ran amuck across the three worlds, destroying everything and everyone in her sight. To restrain her, Shiva took the form of a corpse and blocked her path. As the goddess, blinded by bloodlust, tripped on his lifeless body, she was jolted out of her frenzy. She wondered if she had killed her own husband. She placed a foot on Shiva's chest and brought him back to life. Shiva then took the form of a little child and began to cry, stirring maternal love in the heart of Kali. This forced her to shed her fierce form; Kali became Gauri, the radiant mother, bestower of life.

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