This terracotta idol of Narsingh, Narasingha or Narasimha, a ferocious avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu. This statue tells a story where Lord Vishnu incarnates in the form of part lion and part human to devastate sins and stop religious persecution and disaster on Earth, thereby rejuvenating Dharma.
This statue can be used for puja or worship and home decor. This is a primitive tribal terracotta clay craft from India. For longevity, those craft items are burnt at a specific temperature. The selection of clay mud is also an essential part of any terracotta work and is mainly collected from river beds. Each river has its unique soil and requires special care and processing so that the final product becomes a signature. Of course, the cultural uniqueness is also prominent in each Indian folk art piece.
1. This is a terracotta piece and needs to handle with care. It can be placed on a table or any other plain surface.
2. Since each item is handcrafted, there could be a minimal deviation between the photographs and the delivered product.3. We will ship your order within 8 days of order placement. Shipping is free.
We are making idols of Hindu deities from generations. We express our devotion by sculpting each artifact with minute finishing details and yet without impacting the simplicity of each idol because We believe deities are part of our family.
Each of our creations is an invitation from mollisarts to you to join our spiritual journey and feel the connection.
This popular Narasimha idol shows him with a human torso and lower body, with a lion face and claws, generally with a devil Hiranyakashipu in his lap whom he's in the process of defeating. The demon is the strong family of evil Hiranyaksha who had been preliminarily defeated by Vishnu, and therefore abominated the ultimate.