Bird’s eye view

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About the collection                         Contact/work-in-progress

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41 thoughts on “Bird’s eye view”

  1. Next to Surya seated pala is not uma maheshwara you can see hands of both male and female having male having shanka and female having lotus bud
    Which clear symbolic of Vishnu and Lakshmi

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    1. Hi Thanks for the comment. I checked all the description again and I think they are OK. The pictures in Bird’s eye view gets randomly ordered every time you visit the page. Should you come across that image again please let me know. I will acknowledge your contribution. Regards

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  2. Hi,
    Can you please lead me to some web links (online auctions) where I can buy few sri vaishnavaite vigrahams?
    Your collection is excellent! Nammazhwar is total beauty 🙂

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  3. They i really phone you are still active on this site
    I have some antique for sell at online auctions or dealers would please help me get to them?

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  4. They i really phone you are still active on this site
    I have some antique for sell at online auctions or dealers would please help me get to them? ?

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  5. Hi I love your golden collection, I am interested in buying some antique vigraham. Could you please provide the online and offline weblinks please to my Gmail id

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  6. Hi Sridhar
    Amazing collection- thanks for sharing it.
    Had a couple of questions and need some help with research.
    Possible to connect/ speak sometime?

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  7. Lovely collection. About the (rather delightful) circa 12th century brass statue of Manjushri from Western Tibet, the protuberance is an exaggeratedly tall (the tallest one I’ve seen so far) Pala-style chignon topped with a finial. The caster obviously had no model close at hand to copy. Best regards.

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