Antique Java Majapahit Style Standing Yellow Agastya Statue Sage & Rishis - 21cm/8"
Measures (Height) 21cm/8"
An antique Majapahit style Javanese figure of Agastya. Sage and saint, Agastya appears in numerous itihasas and Puranas including the major Ramayana and Mahabharata. He is one of the seven most revered rishis (the Saptarishi) in the Vedic texts and is revered as one of the Tamil Siddhar in the Shaivism tradition.
Standing in samabhanga, on a double lotus leaf base, his hands holding his trident and Kalasha. He is pot-bellied, wearing a dhoti secured by a belt and various sashes. His face offers a serene expression, moustache, beard, elongated earlobes with ear rings, tiara in front of the conical shaped hairdress decorated with ribbons and head halo behind. This symbolising his divinity.
This traditional in appearance piece is sure to bring serenity to your home, office or sacred place. We have other Hindu & Buddhist statues available.
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