Meaning of Sculptures / Collection Karmakami

Story of

Siddhartha Gautama, the founder of Buddhism who later became known as “the Buddha,” lived during the 5th century B.C. ... After six years of searching, Buddhists believe Gautama found enlightenment while meditating under a Bodhi tree. He spent the rest of his life teaching others about how to achieve this spiritual state.

What is a Mudra?

A mudra is a symbolic, ritual gesture, which is mainly used in yoga and meditation.
We offer you four different Mudra positions in our Buddha Statue collection who represents the symbol for;

Meditation Mudra

Greeting Mudra

Earth Mudra

Chakra Mudra

Hindu Gods and Goddeses;

Lord Shiva;
Shiva is God of destruction, but also of Creation. This goes together because in Hinduïsm, death leads to rebirth.


Lord Ganesha;
Ganesha has his elephants head  to a tragic misunderstanding due. On a day when Shiva (father) leave the House, Parvati (mother), created  from skin flakes and oils her son Ganesha. When Shiva came home, choked the waking Ganesha him the way. Shiva believed with a rival to do and chopped his head off. Parvati was inconsolable. Servants were ordered to find a new head for the unfortunate, if necessary, of the first living being that they encountered. That turned out to be an elephant, so that the hull of Ganesha from the head of an elephant.

So he came back to life, but he had to its existence with a curious head wear out.

Ganesha is often depicted as Sentinel. He has in his four hands than a stick or an axe. With the axe he chops off false illusions, with the stick he desires in check. There is more to discover interesting symbolism to his figure, as is the case with most Hindu gods.

For example, depicted a water lily symbolizes fearlessness and Ganesha’s purity. One of his tusks is sometimes broken; This shows that even Gods are not perfect. In one of his hands, he often rice, a sign of abundance. His Crown is, of course, a sign of Holiness, and his small eyes represent the need to look inward and know yourself.

The Mount of Ganesha is a rat, which is shown that big and small can live together in peace with one another.

Ganesha is the God of wisdom and Remover of obstacles, bringer of good luck and protection.

At the beginning of each trip, every ritual and every major company is first Ganesha invoked and honored.


Dewi Tara;
Hindu Goddes, She holds a Lotus flower in her hand which is curling over her arm towards her shoulder. The Lotus Flower stands symbol for purity. The name Tara also means Star.


Dewi Sri;
Is the Javanese, Sundanese, and Balinese pre-Hindu and pre- Islam Goddes of rice and fertility, still widely worshiped on the islands of Bali and Java, Indonesia.


Rama & Shinta;
Love couple from the famous Ramayana epos.


It is also referred to as the Hindu Trinity. It is formed by the three Gods Brahma, Wishnu and Shiva.

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Our cast stone statues are made with the greatest care. This is done on the basis of two parts fine lava sand and one part cement.

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