Fiberglass Navratri Durga Statue

Fiberglass Navratri Durga Statue

$712.00

 

Materials: Fiberglass hand made in Kolkata, India
Total Height Including Base: 60 inches
Base Width & Depth : 42 x 20 inches
Weight: 28 kg.

Main features & advantage of our products are given below

  • Resistance to water & Moisture, Unbreakable, Light weight
  • Resistance to attack of termite, borer, fungus
  • Resistance to salty water
  • Resistance to mild acid, chemical
  • Completely weather proof
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Description

Fiberglass Navratri Durga Statue

Fiberglass Navratri Durga Statue, a warrior Goddess, with her name translating to “the inaccessible” or “the invincible”.  The Goddess Durga is the most popular reincarnation of Goddess Shakti. Today many forms of her are worshipped in different parts of the country and also the world. In most cases, she is popularly and commonly depicted as riding a Lion, ten hands adorned with ten different weapons. She is also seen defeating and killing the buffalo demon ‘Mahisasura’.

In Bengal and some other adjoining areas, Fiberglass Navaratri Durga Statue is also worshipped with her whole family with Karthikeya, Lord Ganesha, Goddess Saraswati, and Goddess Laxmi. Legend has it that Mahisasura, the shape-shifting buffalo was once terrorizing the world. He was also kicking up dust, leaving destruction in his wake with his armies torturing pious sadhus(hermits) and disrupting Yagyas and Havanas.

The Devas and Asuras are locked in a perpetual battle symbolizing the ever-recurring war between good and evil. On the other hand, Mahisasura was looking to gain an edge over the Devas by getting stronger. He started penance and hardship in the form of Tapasya of Lord Brahma. Finally, Lord Brahma appeared and granted him a wish. Mahisasura asked for immortality where ‘no man or animal’ in the face of the earth can kill him.

Thus born Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva combined all their powers together to give birth to Durga. Durga is an incarnation of Goddess Parvati, the daughter of Himavan, the lord of the mountains. She is the mother-goddess — Shakti — the power that runs the universe. All the Gods including Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva gave Durga their weapons. Shiva gave her his trident, Brahma his Kamandal, Vishnu his discus, Indra his Vajra, Himalaya gems and a Lion to ride on.

Durga, Devi, Shakti, Bhavani, Parvati different parts of India know her by different names, but the reverence and respect and love for Maa Durga is the same throughout the country. Durga, a warrior Goddess, with her name translating to “the inaccessible” or “the invincible”, is the most popular reincarnation of Goddess Shakti. Today many forms of her are worshipped in different parts, although she most popularly and commonly depicted as riding a Lion, ten hands adorned with ten different weapons, defeating and killing the buffalo demon ‘mahisasura’,

In Bengal and some other adjoining areas she is also worshipped with her whole family with Karthikeya, Lord Ganesha, Goddess Saraswati and Goddess Laxmi. Even while slaying the buffalo demon her face is lighted with smile which radiates peace and wellbeing for all.Legend has it that Mahisasura, the shape shifting buffalo was once terrorizing the world, kicking up dust, leaving destruction in his wake with his armies torturing pious sadhus(hermits) and disrupting yagyas and havanas. As the Devas and Asuras are locked in a perpetual battle symbolizing the ever recurring war between good and evil, Mahisasura was looking to gain edge over the Devas by getting stronger. He started penance and hardship in the form of Tapasya of Lord Brahma. Finally Lord Brahma appeared and granted him a wish.

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 to fullfill your purpose ,
“Fiber statues are extremely durable and strong!
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 at info@glasspollart.com or call us at +91 9831583007.

 

This sculpture is in our Birati, Kolkata, West Bengal workshop and ready for immediate packing & shipping. Packing takes anywhere from 1-4 business days. Shipping takes anywhere from 1-6 business days. The shipping price is automatically calculated from Birati, Kolkata, West Bengal  to the destination in India. Shipping will be calculated based on the weight of the sculpture and the distance to the destination from our Birati, Kolkata, West Bengal workshop.
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 DTDC , DHL Carriers, 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 DHL, DTDC 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!. If you have any questions contact me directly at glasspoll.art@gmail.com, info@glasspollart.com or 9831583007

International Shipping

This sculpture is in our Birati, Kolkata, West Bengal workshop and ready for immediate packing & shipping. This piece will be shipped using an international freight service  or Agent . 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 Birati, Kolkata, West Bengal workshop to determine the shipping price. The shipping quote will be emailed to you and no charge will be made without your approval.
you can email glasspoll.art@gmail.com, info@glasspollart.com or call us +91-9831583007  to receive a shipping quote. Please include the item number of the statue you are interested in purchasing as well as your country and postal code.​

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