Tiruchirapalli Sri Ranganathar conch&chakra panel 48":
Ranganathar is the form of Vishnu reclining on Adishesha (Five headed serpent) which is seen in the Srirangam temple located in Trichy Tamizh Nadu. This wood carved Ranganathan is also in the same form but with the simple and classy form if carving by the wood carving artists and also it is wax Brown Finished by the woman artists in their own creative.Sri ranganathar also called Arranganathar,Ranga and Thenaranganathan,His consort of Goddess Lakshmi,also known as Ranganayaki.Lord Ranganathar reclined position means based on the great form of the serpent god adisesha,one of the greatest Hindu Gods.Ranganathar name meaning in tamil``head of the meeting place”.God left and right carved beautifully conch with chakra,conch and chakra ayuthas to destroy all bad evils.Hanuman and Karuda standing rangnathar left and righ.Lord karuda his vahana,Lord Hanuman was His devotee.available in home decor products,auspicious god and goddess statues,wall mounts,wall panels,wall brackets...etc.
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