Handcrafted in the Tamil Nadu region of India, these statues depicts a scene outside a temple where prayers are offered. The age (80-90 Years) of the statues adds to its authenticity and historical significance, as it reflects the traditions and practices of the past.
In Indian culture, monkey stories have been used to impart moral lessons, and this statue showcases the influence of such stories on the Indian ethos. The presence of the statue of Gandhi's 'no evil monkeys' in Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, further enhances its symbolic value.
Each corner of Sabarmati Ashram is filled with historical relevance, reflecting the contributions of Mahatma Gandhi towards the political and moral development of mankind. By owning this statue, you connect with this rich legacy and contribute to preserving the cultural heritage.
This exquisite statue is not only a visually appealing decor piece but also a testament to the values and teachings that have shaped Indian society. It serves as a reminder of the spiritual depth and universal principles that transcend time and borders.