Indian Hinduism Home Decor(268 items)
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I am so thrilled with my Lord Ganesha.
I received my Lord Ganesha today. The attention to detail is the reason that I buy so many gifts from Novica.com. Devender Garg my condolences on the loss of your brother. This happy Ganesha is a happy birthday present for myself. Thank you Devender for carrying on your brothers legacy.
Bought this as a gift for our sons new parents in law. Hoping that they will find this a small token of our love and appreciation in having them in our family. The carving itself is amazing, done with love and patience.
Lakshmi with vines around her
I love having Lakshmi, surrounded by floral vines, in my home as she and I are both children of Mother Earth. I thank the artists, Saresh and Devender Garg, for their detailed, inspiring work in India. Mary Pitt
Popular Indian Hinduism Home Decor
4 Glittery Handmade Ornaments Depicting Lord Ganesha, "Happy Ganesha"$23.99
Crafted by hand, these ornaments from Seema augur an auspicious holiday. Sparkling sequins cover each one, and glittering embroidery accentuates the features. They depict Ganesha, the beloved Hindu god with the had of an elephant.
Wood sculpture, "Blessed Ganesha I"$174.99
Dressed regally, Ganesha sits on a throne with a mouse by his feet. According to Hindu lore, the mouse is his spiritual vehicle and symbolizes Ganesha's wisdom, intelligence, and presence of mind. Of his four arms, one is held up in blessing, one cups his favorite dessert and the other two hold spiritual weapons. Chander Kant reveals Ganesha's presence in a hand-carved kadam wood sculpture. Detailed with admirable artistry, Ganesha's head is supported by a florid chakra.
Natural Wood Sculpture of Hindu Ganesha from India, "Ever-Loving Ganesha"$64.99
Lord Ganesha raises his hand to bless his subjects in this sculpture, accompanied by two small rats that feast on his favorite dessert, Known as the 'Remover of Obstacles', Ganesha is an elephant-man, one of the most beloved deities from Hindu mythology. Hand-carved by local artisans, this wood sculpture depicts Ganesha atop a throne, presented by Dayal J. Daryanani of India.
Madhubani Folk Art Painting of Hindu Goddess Lakshmi, "Goddess Lakshmi"$119.99
Working with acrylic paints on handmade paper, Vidushini in India creates this stunning Madhubani painting. The painting depicts Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, fortune, love, beauty, joy and prosperity. She holds lotus flowers in two of her four hands, a symbol of good fortune. The art of Madhubani painting originated in Bihar, where it was used to decorate the walls and floors of homes.