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Bohemian Wall Sculpture Goddess Durga Hand Carved Panel Fighting with Evil Powers Wall Hanging Decor , Vintage Panel

Bohemian Wall Sculpture Goddess Durga Hand Carved Panel Fighting with Evil Powers Wall Hanging Decor , Vintage Panel

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Indian carved wood wall panels of Hindu Godess Gurga Fighting with Evil Power with Trishul The hymns describing the magnificence of the great manifestations of Shakti and the 700 mantras of its sadhanas are compiled as “Durga Saptashati” in this Purana. The Skanda Purana describes the epic incarnation of Goddess Durga. The Brahm Purana and Brahmvaivarta Purana also narrate the divine descent of the powers of the supreme Shakti. Mother protector, Durga is a multi-limbed so that she may always be ready to battle evil from any direction. In most depictions, she has between eight and 18 arms and holds a symbolic object in each hand. Like her consort Shiva, the goddess Durga is also referred to as Triyambake (the three-eyed goddess). Her left eye represents desire, symbolized by the moon; her right eye represents action, symbolized by the sun; and her middle eye stands for knowledge, symbolized by fire.The conch shell symbolizes the Pranava or the mystic word Om, which indicates her holding on to God in the form of sound. The bow and arrows represent energy. By holding both the bow and arrows in one hand Durga demonstrates her control over both aspects of energy, potential and kinetic. The thunderbolt signifies firmness in one's convictions. Just as a real bolt of lightning can destroy anything it strikes, Durga reminds Hindus to attack a challenge without losing confidence. The lotus in Durga's hand, not yet fully in bloom, represents the certainty of success but not finality. The lotus in Sanskrit is called pankaja, which means "born of mud," reminding the faithful to stay true to their spiritual quest amid the mud of worldly problems . for the continuous evolution of the spiritual quality of devotees amidst the worldly mud of lust and greed. The Sudarshan-Chakra or beautiful discus, which spins around the index finger of the Goddess, signifies that the entire world is subservient to the will of Durga and is at her command. She uses this unfailing weapon to destroy evil and produce an environment conducive to the growth of righteousness. The sword that Durga holds in one of her hands symbolizes knowledge, which has the sharpness of a sword. Knowledge is free from all doubts is symbolized by the shine of the sword. The trident or Trishul is a symbol of three qualities: Satwa (inactivity), Rajas (activity) and Tamas (non-activity). Deva uses these to alleviate physical, mental, and spiritual suffering. This panel depicts the victory on evil forces for mankind. Exterior Dimensions : 72X36 A new style of boho chic, channeling your inner free spirit, with luxurious resplendent and opulent interiors yet being grounded and earth conscious. Antique Indian Carved wall panels in ancient designs are full of an earthy vibrancy, a tumultuous love story of pattern and texture with the sandy whitewashed cabinets, Jaipur blue consoles, deep green rustic door cabinets. Each room starts with a stillness of subdued, soft base that allows the vibrancy of design elements to emerge.The structured decor is neutral and the accessories or furniture are bold and exotic. ALL ITEMS ARE INSURED AND MOGULINTERIOR WILL NOT TAKE ANY LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES UNLESS DAMAGE IS REPORTED AT THE TIME OF DELIVERY. panel-523

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