Gada (Mace) Weapon of the Idols / Murtis in Multi gemstones Work

The gada (mace) is the main weapon of the Hindu god Hanuman. As the god of strength, Hanuman is traditionally worshipped by wrestlers in India. The Supreme Goddess Durga (Shakti), Supreme God Vishnu also carries a gada in one of his hands. In the Mahabharata the fighters Bhima, Duryodhana, Jarasandha, Balarama and others were said to be masters of the gada.

Make: Made in brass metal with gold polish and studded with artificial gemstones.
Dimensions: 5.75 inches (H) x 2 inches (W)
Weight: 70 grams approx

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The gada (mace) is the main weapon of the Hindu god Hanuman. As the god of strength, Hanuman is traditionally worshipped by wrestlers in India. The Supreme Goddess Durga (Shakti), Supreme God Vishnu also carries a gada in one of his hands. In the Mahabharata the fighters Bhima, Duryodhana, Jarasandha, Balarama and others were said to be masters of the gada.

Make: Made in brass metal with gold polish and studded with artificial gemstones.
Dimensions: 5.75 inches (H) x 2 inches (W)
Weight: 70 grams approx

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Short Description The gada (mace) is the main weapon of the Hindu god Hanuman. As the god of strength, Hanuman is traditionally worshipped by wrestlers in India. The Supreme Goddess Durga (Shakti), Supreme God Vishnu also carries a gada in one of his hands. In the Mahabharata the fighters Bhima, Duryodhana, Jarasandha, Balarama and others were said to be masters of the gada.

Make: Made in brass metal with gold polish and studded with artificial gemstones.
Dimensions: 5.75 inches (H) x 2 inches (W)
Weight: 70 grams approx

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