These small statues are perfect for a garden, desk space, or anywhere else in the home.
Shiva (Supreme Being): Tasked with destroying the universe in order to prepare for its renewal at the end of each cycle of time. Shiva's destructive power is regenerative and is the necessary step that makes renewal possible. Ganesh (Remover of Obstacles): One of the supreme deities and is worshipped in all sects of Hinduism. He is the lord of success, knowledge, and wealth; also known as the remover of obstacles. Krishna (Supreme God): Blue skinned Krishna is the deity of love and compassion. His promise to humanity is that he will manifest himself and descend to earth whenever dharma declines. Lakshmi (Goddess of Prosperity): Goddess of prosperity and wealth that is both material and spiritual. The deity of beauty, purity, and domesticity, the image of Lakshmi is often found in the homes of the faithful. Hanuman (Symbol of Strength): Worshipped as a symbol of physical strength, perseverance, and scholarly devotion. Hanuman is usually depicted as the epitome of devoted service and loyalty. Medicine Buddha (Supreme Healer): Known in Tibetan Buddhism for healing power. During meditation repeat a mantra to promote healing and release past negative karma.