Size of Ram Darbar : 24 Inches Height X 28 Inches Width x 7 Inches Depth
Size of Ram : 24 Inches Height X 7 Inches Width x 7 Inches Depth
Size of Laxman : 23 Inches Height X 7 Inches Width x 7 Inches Depth
Size of Sita : 21 Inches Height X 7 Inches Width x 7 Inches Depth
Size of Hanuman : 16 Inches Height X 7 Inches Width x 7 Inches Depth
SKU : D808
Weight of Ram Darbar : 37 Kg
Weight of Ram : 10 Kg
Weight of Laxman : 9.40 Kg
Weight of Sita : 9 Kg
Weight of Hanuman : 8.50 Kg
About the Ram Darbar : This is a beautiful, unique & gorgeous hand work on solid metal brass figure of hindu god. Rama is the seventh avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu, and a king of Ayodhya. Laksmana is the younger brother and close companion of the god Rama, the hero of the epic and avatar of the god Vishnu. Sita is also regarded as an avatar of the goddess Lakshmi, consort of Vishnu. Shri hanuman is considered the God of power and strength. This set of Ramdarbar statue (Ram, Seeta, Laksham and Hanuman) statue is idol piece of home.
About the color: This is a maintenance free finish, it never loss its shine and color you just have to wipe it with a dry cotton cloth. Usually, Brass changes their color with time, but with this color finishing stays lifetime.
Lord Rama, the prince of Ayodhya, is considered the most pious among the avatars of Lord Vishnu. His rule of law and justice is still considered a benchmark to strive for. The values and principals he followed in his personal life are also exemplary. His wife Sita, brother Lakshmana, and devotee Hanuman are some of the most important figures in the Hindu mythology.
Ramayana is one of the greatest Hindu epics and also one of the oldest poems in the world. It is an ancient Sanskrit epic which follows Lord Rama’s quest to rescue his beloved wife Sita from the clutches of Ravana, with the help of an army of monkeys. Like, all the great Hindu epics, Ramayana too has molded the lifestyles and cultures of all the Hindus. Among thousands, one such custom which has been an auspicious part of our festivals is the Vivah Panchami which honors the marriage of Lord Rama and Goddess Sita. ‘Vivah’ means marriage and ‘Panchami’ means fifth-day Vivah Panchami is celebrated on the fifth day of the Shukla Paksha during the month of ‘Margashirsha.’
Rama Darbar embodies the image of the happy family. This groups of four gods are made up of the popular Rama, the god of proper behaviour and of justice; Sita who is Rama's wife and the reincarnation of Lakshmi, the consort of Vishnu who symbolizes a wife’s devotion; Lakshman, the god of duty and sacrifice; and, finally, the loyal companion Hanuman, the monkey god.
The Ram Darbar idol includes Lord Rama, his wife Goddess Sita, his younger brother Lord Lakshman, and his dedicated devotee Lord Hanuman. Lord Rama is the seventh incarnation (Avatar) of Lord Vishnu who is known as a great king and Sita is his perpetual consort and an incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi. Lord Rama, an ideal man and hero of the epic Ramayana, symbolizes the good manners and virtue. Built using cultured marble and finished with rich colors, this idol will sit well with most home decor themes and mandir finishes.
The Ramayana is the epic tale of Shri Rama, which teaches about ideology, devotion, duty, dharma and karma. The word ‘Ramayana', literally means "the march (ayana) of Rama" in search of human values. Written by the great sage Valmiki, the Ramayana is referred to as the Adi Kavya or original epic.