Nityananda was often referred to as ‘Bhagavan’ by his devotees, meaning ‘Lord’ – a manifestation of the Divine. He was considered to be a Siddha, a Perfect Being.
A devotee once asked Nityananda where was best place to go on a pilgrimage. He answered, “the Heart is the hub of all spiritual pilgrimages, go there and roam.”
'Om Namo Bhagavate Nityanandaya' Voices, instrumentation, and video created by Leo Dale.
Statues available in four sizes:
Height: 9.5" Shipping weight: 17 lbs.
Height: 6" Shipping weight: 6 lbs.
Height: 3.5" Shipping weight: 2 lbs.
Height: 2" Shipping weight: 1 lbs.
Free domestic shipping.
International shipping is a separate charge to be calculated.
Delivery in 6-8 weeks.
Please inquire about marble bases.
Edition of 50 for the 9.5" and 6" sizes, including a Certificate of Authenticity numbered and signed by the artist. Unlimited editions for the 3.5" and 2" versions.
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