Brass Idol Yali (Yarli): Temple Door Pillar Mytholgical Leogryph Animal (12414)
Yali (commonly mispronounced as Yarli) is also known as Vyala or Vidala a mythological creature sculpted in many Hindu temples esp. in South India. It has been sometimes described as a leogryph (part lion and part griffin), with some bird-like features. Made by folk artisans out of pure solid brass
Brass idol Yali, unique creature from Hindu mythology
Dimensions: 3 * 1 * 4.5 inches (Width * Depth * Height) approximately
Material: Pure solid brass metal
Yali (commonly mispronounced as Yarli) is also known as Vyala or Vidala a mythological creature sculpted in many Hindu temples, particularly in South India. It has been sometimes described as a�leogryph�(part lion and part�griffin), with some bird-like features.
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