Rare Antique Vishnu Dashavatara Engraved Holy Water Pot Fine Patina. G56-30
Welcome to Global Art Antiques. Rare Antique Vishnu Dashavatara Engraved Holy Water Pot Fine Patina. These Rare Lota pots were used as water vessels and this example would most likely have been used for religious purposes, such as washing temple gods or for storing Ganga Jal (holy Water of Ganga). People use to keep holy water of river Ganga (Holy river) while worship of GOD and use to offer water to sun for his worship by the priest (BRAHMIN). There many pot like this can be found now but GOD FIGURE carved pots are rare to be found. Dashavatara refers to the ten primary avatars of Vishnu, the Hindu god of preservation. Vishnu is said to descend in form of an avatar to restore cosmic order. Most Draw From The Following Set Of Figures, In This Order: Matsya; Kurma; Varaha; Narasimha; Vamana; Parashurama; Rama; Krishna Or Balarama; Buddha Or Krishna; And Kalki. In Traditions That Omit Krishna, He Often Replaces Vishnu As The Source Of All Avatars. In hindu Mythology These types of pot symbolically represents Creation. The vacant pot, symbolizes earth, and when filled with water symbolizes the primordial water from which life began on earth and is therefore considered auspicious and worshipped. Crafted from excellent quality metal these water Lota Pots has been very high in demand due to its uniqueness. Kindly Visit Our Store for More Vintage & Antique collectibles And Do Updated with Us for more Products We Upload New Products Daily. Thanks for Your Watching. Condition: In good used condition. 7.3 X 7.3 X 7.6 (L X W X H) Cms Approx. 2.9 X 2.9 X 3 (L X W X H) Inches Approx. 0.454 Lbs (Pounds). Note: Photos are part of the description, Pls see images carefully. Please contact me before you return it. Please do not leave a negative or neutral feedback or open case without the communication, because we will do our best to solve the problem for you.