Nityananda was often referred to as ‘Bhagavan’ by his devotees, meaning ‘Lord’ – a human manifestation of the Divine. He is 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.
Height: 9.5" Shipping weight: 17 lbs.
Delivery in 8-12 weeks.
Inspired by an early photograph of Bhagavan Nityananda as a young man, this sculpture shows him garlanded and sitting in meditation after the transition from an illuminated boy named Ram into...
Babaraj is a work inspired by the life of the Great Siddha Master Baba Muktananda, sometimes referred to as the 'Lion of Ganeshpuri.' ‘Raj’ means ‘royal,’ and Muktananda exuded...
Nityananda took Mahasamadhi (a conscious exit from this earthly life) in 1961 at the age of 65. Naturally assuming a thinner physical form in preparation for his journey, this sculpture shows...