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Golden Goddess Durga Family Showpiece

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M.R.P : 7999.00/-
Price : 5999.00/- (25% Off)
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The Golden Goddess Durga Family Showpiece is a decorative item that represents the Hindu goddess Durga and her family. Durga is a powerful deity in Hinduism, known for her strength, courage, and victory over evil forces. She is often depicted as a beautiful goddess with multiple arms, each holding a different weapon, and riding a lion or tiger.

The family showpiece typically portrays Durga along with her four children - Saraswati, Lakshmi, Ganesha, and Kartikeya. Saraswati is the goddess of knowledge and arts, Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth and prosperity, Ganesha is the god of wisdom and remover of obstacles, and Kartikeya is the god of war and victory.

The showpiece is usually made of metal, such as brass or bronze, and is often adorned with intricate detailing and gold plating to give it a rich and elegant appearance. It serves as a decorative item for homes, temples, or offices, and is revered by Hindus as a symbol of divine power, protection, and blessings.

The Golden Goddess Durga Family Showpiece is not only a beautiful piece of art but also holds religious and cultural significance for those who follow Hinduism. It is often displayed during festivals like Navaratri, Durga Puja, or Diwali, where devotees worship and seek the blessings of the goddess and her divine family.

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