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Goddess Parvati Statue
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Parvati Statue in Brass On Sale Now!
Hindu Goddess Parvati Statue in Brass


This exquisite Brass Hindu Parvati goddess statue measures about 10 inches high and has a deep brown colored finish. Wife of Shiva and the mother of Ganesha, Parvati is seen in a pose of open receptivity as she reaches out to sooth.

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Hindu Goddess Parvati Statue Figurine Goddess Parvathi Statue
This small statue measures 7 inches high
Bronze colored resin statue.


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Larger Hindu Uma / Parvati Statuary
This Uma statue measures 10 inches high
Red/bronze colored resin statue.

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[Boston Museum, 9th-10th cent. CE]

Uma / Parvati Statue Figurine
This Uma statue measures 4 inches high
Red/bronze colored resin statue.

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[Boston Museum, 9th-10th cent. CE] 

Uma Parvati Statuary Mini Parvati Statue & Miniature
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2.75 inches high

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4 inches high
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Parvati Statue - miniature figurine Goddess Parvati Standing
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5 inch high statue
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Parvati the Mountain Mother Goddess

Parvati is the consort of Shiva with whom she is often portrayed as an idealized divine family, along with their children Ganesh and Skanda. Parvati is a very benevolent goddess who absorbs Shiva's spiritual and sexual energy and releases it in the world for the benefit of all. Glowing skinned, Parvati is the daughter of the Himalayas.


Parvati, like Durga, is another form of the great goddess Devi and her name means mountain. She is the daughter of Himavan, god of the Himalayas, hence her designation as Daughter of the Mountain.

“The association between Parvati and Shiva is often seen to represent the perennial tension between the ideals of the ascetic and the householder. Parvati’s aim is to lure Shiva into the world of marriage, sex, and children, to tempt him away from asceticism, yoga, and otherworldly preoccupations. In this role Parvati is cast as a figure who enhances life in the world, who represents the beauty and attraction of worldly, sexual life,
and who cherishes the home and the family.”

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