Stone Remnants of Jain Idols (set of 3)
At the end of the 16th century, India was invaded by the Mughal Empire. This invasion created a great deal of political and social strife. This conflict was rooted in a thirst for power, cultural differences, and politics. As a result, Jain and Hindu temples in northwest India were destroyed by the Mughals. This was a common tactic in Mughal warfare.
These breathtaking Mahavira statues were defaced as part of this struggle. Each one carries a unique essence of this monumental moment in history.
This is a set of 3 and includes the wooden bases.
Dimensions : 17" x 15" x 8.5" each
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