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Bali Vishnu Garuda Hand Carved Wood Figurine








 

    Balinese Vishnu Garuda hand carved wood figurine. Buddhist hindu mythology sculptures. Only one chips on the beak, 12".

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For our French-speaking friends: Sculpture balinaise de forme Garuda-Nârâyana, le Seigneur qui maintient le Monde Vishnu la conque dans la main gauche chevauche Garouda le dieu des airs. Travail sacré indonésien en bois indigène traité à la façon de l'ébène. Bel état, le bec de l'aigle est cassé et présence de gerces. Hauteur 31,5 cm, largeur 13,5 cm.

De source Wikipédia : Garuda (aigle en sanskrit) est un oiseau fabuleux de la mythologie indienne, fils de Kashyapa et de Vinatâ et frère d'Aruna, le conducteur du char de Sûrya. C'est le vâhana ou véhicule de Vishnu. Garuda peut aussi être vu comme un aigle géant mythique, ennemi aérien naturel des naga, serpents des eaux et de la terre. Mais Naga et Garuda ne sont en fait que deux incarnations de Vishnu, les deux aspects de la substance divine, en qui ils se réconcilient.

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