Mounted Antique Khmer Style Southeast Asia Bronze Vishnu Hand & Conch Shell - 15cm/6"
Measures (Height) 15cm/6"
An antique Khmer style hand from Cambodia. The hand holds the Conch shell or Shankha of Lord Vishnu.
The Shankha symbolizes the primordial sound of creation, Om, from which the universe emerged. When blown, the conch produces a resonant sound that is believed to dispel negativity and create positive vibrations, signifying the creation and preservation of the cosmos. It also serves as a call to awaken spiritual seekers from their ignorance and guide them towards the path of righteousness.
The hand is mounted on a wood base.
This traditional in appearance piece is sure to add serenity to your home, office or sacred space.
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The Bayon Temple, with its mesmerizing stone faces, intricate carvings, and profound historical significance, stands as a testament to the artistic and cultural achievements of the Khmer civilization.
It is not just a remarkable architectural marvel but also a symbol of Cambodia's rich heritage and spiritual traditions.