12" Veena For Statue Goddess Saraswathi Ganesha Veenai Idol Decoration

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Item ID:
GD112_Large
Price:
$38.50

Overview

Veena or Veenai studded with first qulaity stones and gold finish. Deity ornaments or decorations
actual width 12" /30.3 cm

Quantity Available:

Only 22 left

Product Description

Items           : 1 Veena
Type             :  First Quality Jewellery With Multi Stones.

Description : Veena for idol statue decoration.

How to maintain : After use, wrap it in a soft cloth. Avoid contact with water.

History : The Sarasvati veena also spelled Saraswati vina is an Indian plucked string instrument. It is named after the Hindu goddess Saraswati, who is usually depicted holding or playing the instrument.

he patron Hindu Goddess of learning and the arts, Saraswati, is often depicted seated upon a swan playing a veena. Lord Shiva is also depicted playing or holding a vina in His form called "Vinadhara," which means "bearer of the vina." Also, the great Hindu sage Narada was known as a veena maestro.[4] and refers to 19 different kinds of Veena in Sangita Makarandha. Ravana, the antagonist of the Ramayana, who is also a great scholar, a capable ruler and a devoted follower of Shiva, was also a versatile veena player. Scholars hold that as Saraswati was goddess of learning, the most evolved string instrument in a given age was placed in her hands by contemporary artistes.

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