Thai Hinduism(33 items)
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I am so pleased with this Ganesha! I have been looking for a Ganesha with a celadon glaze and this is just perfect! It is a good size, noticeable in the room but not overpowering.
Wall carving that is very much admired by all
The colors fit my room decor perfectly. More than that, this wood carving is exceptionally well done from form to finish. I am so pleased with my purchase and the quality of the artists work.
"I still work quite a bit in the rice fields, but I also love working with wood. I enjoy it. I'm glad I have the chance to show my work online. I hope people will love it."
"My name is Tay Nontawat. I was born on March 24, 1973. My parents are farmers and I have only one older sister. When I was young, my parents were very poor. They had to work hard in the rice fields, just as my... read more
Popular Thai Hinduism
Karen Silver and Lapis Lazuli Elephant Beaded Bracelet, "Spiritual Elephant"
Samart Takham designs this spiritual bracelet from Thailand, featuring an elephant charm stamped with the symbol, a mantra found in both Buddhism and Hinduism. The charm and beads are crafted of Karen hill tribe 950 silver, decorating a length of braided cord. Two beads of blue lapis lazuli flank the elephant charm at the front. The bracelet is completed with an adjustable sliding knot clasp.
Thai Sterling Silver Omkara Necklace with 7 Gemstones, "Omkara Rainbow"
Gemstones bring a rainbow of colors to the symbol. The root of all sounds, this one letter is the emblem of the most high, and serves as a deeply significant and distinctly recognizable symbol for Hindu dharma. By Abhishek Singla, it becomes a sterling silver necklace set with amethyst, peridot, citrine and garnet. Carnelian, iolite and blue topaz complete the lovely design.
Intricate Brass Sculpture of Lord Rama in Gold and Black, "Rama the Archer"
An expert archer, Rama holds a hunting bow. Ning Charoensri depicts the beloved Hindu lord in a gleaming brass sculpture with sleek black details. The Thai artist masterfully creates intricate details in his headdress and clothing, and gives the image an antique look.
As the first son, Rama was heir to the kingdom of Ayodya. But the king's second wife, through treachery, forced him to crown her own son as king, and asked him to exile Rama and his wife Sita. Accompanied by his brother Laksmana, they journeyed into a forest. The story comes from the Sanskrit Ramayana, or "Romance of Rama," the shorter of the Hindu tradition's two most famed epic poems.
Sterling Silver Ganesha Pendant Necklace from Thailand, "Beneficent Ganesha"
The Hindu god Ganesha hangs from a snake chain in this necklace from Thailand. Ganesha is an elephant-man deity, known by his followers as the "Remover of Obstacles." Pichaya presents Ganesha in this necklace, realized in sterling silver by local artisans.