Navkaar Creation Hanuman Idol In Brass Hindu God Religious Sculpture Decorative Showpiece  -  25.4 cm

Navkaar Creation Hanuman Idol In Brass Hindu God Religious Sculpture Decorative Showpiece - 25.4 cm  (Brass, Yellow)

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  • W x H x D: 11.6 cm x 25.4 cm x 2.5 cm
  • Type: Religious Idols
  • Weight: 2300 g
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  • This product is for decorative purposes only. Any secondary/alternative use will be at the risk of the user.
Lord Hanuman is also called "langra veer"; langra in Hindi means limping and veer means "brave". The story behind Hanuman being called langra is as follows. He was injured when he was crossing the Ayodhya with the mountain in his hands. As he was crossing over Ayodhya, Bharat, Rama's young brother, saw him and assumed that some Rakshasa was taking this mountain to attack Ayodhya. Bharat then shot Hanuman with an arrow, which was engraved with Rama's name. Hanuman did not stop this arrow as it had Rama's name written on it, and it injured his leg. Hanuman landed and explained to Bharat that he was moving the mountain to save his own brother, Lakshmana. Bharat, very sorry, offered to fire an arrow to Lanka, which Hanuman could ride in order to reach his destination more easily. But Hanuman declined the offer, preferring to fly on his own, and he continued his journey with his injured leg. Hanuman is a Hindu god, who was an ardent devotee of Rama according to the Hindu legends. He is a central character in the Indian epic Ramayana and its various versions. He also finds mentions in several other texts, including Mahabharata, the various Puranas and some Jain texts. A vanara (monkey-like humanoid), Hanuman participated in Rama's war against the demon king Ravana. Weight- 2.3 Kg, Height- 10 Inches, Width- 4.6 Inches
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  • 1 Brass idol
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  • CBRID(38)
  • Religious Idols
  • 2300 g
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