Statues and Deities from India: Ganesh, Krishna, Kali and More

Statues and deities can be part of any home shrine and we carry many from India and surrounding regions. Some are in bronze, others in stone but all are gorgeously crafted. Visit www.vintageindianyc.com or come to our store to browse and learn more.
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Marble Statue of 5 headed Kartikeya otherwise known as Skanda or Murugan.

Marble Statue of 5 headed Kartikeya otherwise known as Skanda or Murugan.

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Hand-carved and painted 3 Headed Ganesh

Hand-carved and painted 3 Headed Ganesh

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A man, wearing a mask of Hindu god Ganesh, the deity of prosperity, holds up a cob of corn at a roadside stall on the fourth day of the Ganesha Chaturthi festival in Chennai.

A man, wearing a mask of Hindu god Ganesh, the deity of prosperity, holds up a cob of corn at a roadside stall on the fourth day of the Ganesha Chaturthi festival in Chennai.

Painting of Rama. He is depicted blue-skinned and carrying a strung bow with a quiver full of arrows on his back and a single arrow in his right hand.

Painting of Rama. He is depicted blue-skinned and carrying a strung bow with a quiver full of arrows on his back and a single arrow in his right hand.

Door of Ganesh in City Palace - Jaipur, India | Incredible Pictures by Nuria Forsyth

Door of Ganesh in City Palace - Jaipur, India | Incredible Pictures by Nuria Forsyth

Coloured powders are flung onto revellers during Huranga at the Dauji temple

Coloured powders are flung onto revellers during Huranga at the Dauji temple

Ganesh Festival, India  Photograph by Gautam Singh/AP    The ten-day Ganesh Chaturthi festival pays homage to the popular elephant-headed Hindu god, who appears all over Mumbai in the form of some 200,000 decorative idols placed lovingly in the city’s public spaces and homes. The joyous celebration culminates when Ganesh’s large murti, or idols, and his devotees take a ceremonial swim in the Arabian Sea.

Ganesh Festival, India Photograph by Gautam Singh/AP The ten-day Ganesh Chaturthi festival pays homage to the popular elephant-headed Hindu god, who appears all over Mumbai in the form of some 200,000 decorative idols placed lovingly in the city’s public spaces and homes. The joyous celebration culminates when Ganesh’s large murti, or idols, and his devotees take a ceremonial swim in the Arabian Sea.

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