Fiberglass Kali statue

Fiberglass Kali statue

$600.00

Materials: Fiberglass Indian,Kolkata

Total Height Including Base: 48 inch
Base Width & Depth: 36 x 48 inches
Weight:  50 kgs

  • 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 stands with her arms spread open and her tongue hanging out of her mouth and wears a garland of skulls, a skirt of severed arms & holds a saber, trident severed head & skull cup
  • Kali is the dark Hindu Goddess of time and change
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Description

Fiberglass Kali Statue

Fiberglass Kali statue, the electrifying depiction of the accumulated divine wrath would make us bow down our head. The Bloodthirsty, divine image is replicated in the aggressive depiction of Maa Kali statue. With a shiny sharp, blood dripping “Khara”, she is a shine of true power and potentiality.

Kali also known as Kālikā or Shyāmā is a Hindu goddess. Kali is one of the ten Mahavidyas, a list that combines Sakta and Buddhist goddesses. On the other hand, she is also known as the most powerful form of Shakti. Moreover, She is the goddess of one of the four subcategories of the Kulamārga, a category of tantric Saivism. Over time, she has been worshipped by devotional movements and tantric sects variously as the Divine Mother, Mother of the Universe, Adi Shakti, or Adi Parashakti.

The atrocious divine image is not only the depiction of power rather it is also a real representation of relentless. Moreover, she is a liberal woman authority, bringing in the sole concept of feminine, slipped into the trance of devastation. On the other hand, the aura of her horrifying destruction is clear in the manner she is holding the skull/detached head of “Asoors” (demons).

The culmination of woman power is portrayed in the Maa Kali statue. In most cases, she can be seen only hiding some parts of her body with a garland of uprooted scalp and the chopped-off hands of the “Asoors”, she is the end of all evils.

The fierce image of the Goddess Kali with dripping blood, small fangs, lolling tongue, and disheveled flying hair, truly depicts her insatiable fury. Here, her appearance sets the entire race of demons on fire.

Fiberglass Kali statue

The Adi form of accumulated “Shaki” power is culminated in Maa Kali, who carries the aura of divine wrath and aggression. Lots of controversies are there about the advent or birth of goddess Kali, according to the traditional myth and different myths walk different paths, to tell their own story.

The most reliable and authentic interpretation about Maa kali’s advent is his association with Maa Durga, who got victory over Mahisasur. According to this concept, Maa Kali is borne out absolute divine wrath. When goddess Durga got utterly furious and opened her third eye and Kali was borne from the spark of the flame, came out of Durga’s eye.

However, your jobs may be down with a little goose bum in your pores by acknowledging the most devastating Avatar of Maa kali, Chinnamasta, who have beheaded herself. The goddess seemed to have reached the culminating point of her rage where, she is feeding the appetite of her rage by drinking her own blood.

 

Fiber statues from India are extremely strong and durable.  They can be dropped and put through stress and not break.  The paint is able to be washed without discoloring or fading.  This makes the sculpture perfect for perfect for performing abhishekam during puja ceremonies.

Fiber statues are extremely durable and strong!  You can wash them and perform puja with liquids without worrying about the colors.


The only maintenance you will need will be to dust them regularly.  You can wash them as well to give the deity of a bath of love and appreciation!

If you have any questions concerning your fiber statue please email us

Packing takes anywhere from 1-4 business days. Shipping takes anywhere from 2 1- 36 business days. The shipping price is automatically calculated from ion in the online checkout.
The delivery charges include insurance, a residential lift gate delivery to your home or business. The freight company will call you to schedule a delivery day and time frame to make the delivery. Someone must be present to receive the statue. Depending on where you are located we will use either R&L Carriers, UPS Freight, Estes, DHX or Roadrunner Transport.
The freight company will use a lift gate to bring the sculpture to the ground and then use a pallet jack to move it anywhere on the same level. They will move it anywhere in your driveway or in your garage. They will not take it to your backyard or in the elevator to your apartment or up or down any steps. They will not be unpacking the statue and taking the crate away. Think of them as you would UPS or Fedex. They only deliver the statue. If you require a little extra service, (within reason) a tip to a delivery man usually works wonders!
For placing the statue our customers have either placed the statue themselves with help of a friend and a tool like a hand truck or a dolly. Or by contacting their landscaper who is used to moving large and heavy objects like rocks and trees into place. For much larger and heavier sculptures sometimes the customer needs a piece of heavy equipment for placing the statue like a crane or forklift. If you have any questions contact us

International Shipping


This piece is too heavy to ship via UPS  and will be shipped using an international freight service. Packing takes anywhere from 1-4 days depending on the statue. We can ship the statue using either sea or air freight to either the your home or the closest port.
Shipping will be calculated based on the weight of the sculpture and the distance from kolkata to determine the shipping price. The shipping quote will be emailed to you and no charge will be made without your approval.
You can obtain a shipping quote for any statue by clicking the link, Calculate Shipping beneath to the Add To Cart button on every statues’ page.  Or you can email to receive a shipping quote.

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