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  • Ram Darbar, 16 Inch, White Marble Statue - Handicraft Bazaar

    Original price Rs. 35,000.00 - Original price Rs. 35,000.00
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    Beautify your home with this stunning 16-inch Ram Darbar Marble Statue from Handicraft Bazaar. The intricately carved details and wise demeanour of...

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  • Ram Darbar, 12 Inch, White Marble Statue - Handicraft Bazaar

    Original price Rs. 15,000.00 - Original price Rs. 15,000.00
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    This Ram Darbar Marble Statue will bring peace and serenity to your home. Made with premium marble, this 12-inch white statue is perfect for homes ...

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  • Ram Darbar, White Marble Statue - Handicraft Bazaar

    Original price Rs. 2,200.00 - Original price Rs. 3,500.00
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    Display the spiritual in your home with this beautiful White Ram Darbar Marble Statue. Handcrafted with skillful attention to detail, this statue f...

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    Original price Rs. 2,200.00 - Original price Rs. 3,500.00
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    Current price Rs. 2,200.00

About Marble Ram-Darbar Statue.

Lord Rama, an avatar of Lord Vishnu, is depicted  his wife sita, and his brothers Lakshman and Bharata in a marble Ram-Darbar statue. The term "Darbar" (which in Hindi means "court") is used to signify the presence of all brothers and lord Hanuman , who are known as the Ram-Darbar.

Most statues of Lord Rama, Sita, and his brothers show them seated, with Rama and Sita seated on a throne and his brothers standing on either side. On rare occasions, they are seen standing on a lotus base.

These statues, which are primarily constructed of marble, are utilised in Hindu temples and households as sacred icons. These statues are revered for their purported ability to grant rewards of righteousness, devotion, and spiritual wisdom.

How can we tell if it's a marble statue?

  • Though it comes in a variety of colours, natural stone marble most usually has a smooth, polished surface and is either white or grey in colour.
  • Weight: Marble is a dense and heavy material, hence a marble statue will be somewhat weighty in contrast to other materials.
  • A marble statue will allow some light to pass through when it is exposed to light since marble is translucent.
  • Touching a marble statue will make you feel colder than the surrounding air temperature since marble has a high heat conductivity.
  • It's important to be aware that some sculptures can be made to look like they are made of marble when they are actually made of alternative materials like concrete, plaster, or resin.
  • Scratching: Marble is a relatively soft stone, so it can be scratched with a sharp object.

How to Clean Marble Ram-Darbar Idol at Home?

Cleaning a marble idol at home can be done using a few simple steps and materials. Here's a guide to help you clean your marble idol:

  1. Gather your materials. You will need a soft cloth, warm water, a mild detergent, and a soft-bristled brush. Avoid using abrasive materials, as they can scratch the surface of the marble.
  2. Begin by dusting the marble idol with a soft cloth. This will remove any surface dust and debris.
  3. Mix a small amount of mild detergent with warm water in a bowl. Dip a soft cloth into the solution and wring out the excess water. Gently wipe the marble idol with the damp cloth, paying extra attention to any areas that are particularly dirty.
  4. Use a soft-bristled brush to gently scrub away any remaining dirt or stains. Be sure to brush in the direction of the grain of the marble to avoid scratching the surface.
  5. Rinse the marble idol with clean water to remove any remaining soap or dirt. Wipe it dry with a soft cloth.
  6. For tough stains or discoloration, you can use a commercial marble cleaner specifically made for the purpose, but make sure it's safe to use on the idol.

Note: Avoid using acidic or abrasive cleaning products, as they can damage the surface of the marble. Also, avoid exposing marble idols to direct sunlight or extreme temperatures, as this can cause discoloration and cracking.

Which direction should Marble Ram-Darbar Murti face in home?

Marble Ram-Darbar murtis, which depict the god Lord Rama along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshman, are typically placed in a home's puja room or altar. It is considered auspicious for the murti to face towards the north or east direction. This is because the north and east are considered the directions of spiritual awakening and knowledge. Additionally, it is said that facing the murti towards the east is said to bring good luck and prosperity to the household. Ultimately, it is a personal choice where the murti is placed and the direction it faces.