Garuda
The Garuda is a large mythical bird, bird-like creature, or humanoid bird that appears in both Hindu and Buddhist mythology. Garuda is the mount (vahana) of the Lord Vishnu. Garuda is the Hindu name for the constellation Aquila. The brahminy kite and phoenix are considered to be the contemporary representations of Garuda. Indonesia adopts a more stylistic approach to the Garuda's depiction as its national symbol, where it depicts a Javanese eagle (being much larger than a kite)
  


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Vishnu riding Garuda, bronze, H 4.5" ca 19th century or earlier
Vishnu riding Garuda, bronze, H 4.5" ca 19th century or earlier
£95.00
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Khmer bronze of Garuda with spread wings and both ams clasped in prayer H 4" X W 4.5" 19th  century
Khmer bronze of Garuda with spread wings and both ams clasped in prayer H 4" X W 4.5" 19th century
£98.00
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Vishnu riding on Gauruda, rare and antique Khmer bronze H  6.7" x W 5" ca 18th century or earlier
Vishnu riding on Gauruda, rare and antique Khmer bronze H 6.7" x W 5" ca 18th century or earlier
£145.00
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Garuda,standing on a circular base, a magnificently detailed South Indian bronze 18th -19th century SOLD
Garuda,standing on a circular base, a magnificently detailed South Indian bronze 18th -19th century SOLD
£220.00
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Garuda, a rare Tibetan version of a Mahabharata myth (Supratika and Vibhavasu) bronze H 9.1   ca 18th - 19th century
Garuda, a rare Tibetan version of a Mahabharata myth (Supratika and Vibhavasu) bronze H 9.1 ca 18th - 19th century
£970.00
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