A beautiful collection of Chola bronze statues and Kerala's Mural artwork by Suham Arteriors, these will transport you to a magical traditional home in South India with its typical courtyard and sloping roof! Crafted following the most traditional processes and rituals, these are designed to not just beautify, but also energize your spaces with the powerful positive vibes they are designed to carry. One of the world’s finest art frescoes, Kerala murals were once extensively used in places of worship. The sixteenth century marked the most prolific period for these, and till date the subjects are derived from various Vedic texts. With their multi layered meanings, these are said to have a dramatic impact, consciously or subconsciously, on the human mind, and should be strategically placed in focal areas at home or at the workplace. These sculpted bronze figurines are crafted using the ‘Lost Wax’ method of metal casting, also known as ‘Cire Perdue’, that can be traced back 4500 years to the ancient city of Mohenjodaro and is probably the oldest technique of metal casting. Vedic mantras are recited by master artisans, based in a small hamlet in Tamil Nadu, during their making which allows these statues to imbibe their powerful vibrations. The bronze idols are also considered one of the greatest works of alchemy. Often known as Panchaloha idols, which literally means an alloy of five metals - Silver, Copper, Zinc, Tin, Gold, these are deemed very auspicious in the Hindu culture.