Brass Idol Lord Balarama (Baladeva, Balabhadra): Collectible Statue of Shri Krishna's Brother (12258A)
Balarama is a Hindu god and the elder brother of Krishna. He is particularly significant in the Jagannath tradition, as one of the triad deities. He is considered an epitome of strength in Hindu mythology and is associated with Halaor plough from his strong associations with farming and farmers, as the deity who used farm equipment as weapons when needed. Balarama is sometimes described as an avatar of Shesha, the serpent associated with the god Vishnu; Krishna is regarded as an avatar of Vishnu. Some traditions regard him as one of 10 principle avatars of Vishnu himself
Brass idol Lord Balarama, brother of Krishna
Dimensions: 1 * 1 * 3 inches (Width * Depth * Height) approximately
Material: Pure solid brass metal
Balarama, a Hindu god�and the elder brother of�Krishna, is significant in the�Jagannath�tradition as one of the triad deities. He is considered an epitome of strength in Hindu mythology and is associated with Hala or plough as his weapon. Balarama is sometimes described as an�avatar�of�Shesha, the serpent associated with the god�Vishnu; Krishna is regarded as an avatar of Vishnu. Some traditions regard him as one of�10 principle avatars�of Vishnu himself.
Collectible idol for worship, decoration or gifting