The 10 Tallest Statues of India

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Many of these sculptures have made by ancestors years ago. But still standing in this environment, we can imagine that our ancestors used to create such beautiful artwork by using the complete wisdom, science and mathematics. In our culture there is a different significance of idol worship. Let us know about these statues and monuments of India.

10. Statue of Basava Lord

Statue_of_Basava_Lord

Basav was a social reformer who fought against caste system. However, according to foreign experts caste system not established in Basav’s time. There’s no person named Basav. But our history gives evidence of these great personalities.

He started public life with his creations, his compositions called “vachan”(verse) Lord Basav is the leader of Lingayat society. This statue of 33 meters in Basavakalyan district of Karnataka is the tallest statue of Lord Basav in the world. Its height 33 meters and completed in 2014.

9. Hanuman Statue of Damanjodi

Hanuman Statue of Damanjodi

Hanuman Statue of Damanjodi This Hanuman idol of 33.1 meters in Damangodi, Odisha state, is the second largest statue of Lord Hanuman in the world. It was completed in 2017 In the one hand, there is “Gadda” and in the other hand, giving blessings. The tourists come from far away to see this idol In ancient times. Hanuman belonged to forest dwellers and the whole vanarasena dedicated their life to Lord Rama.

8. Adiyogi Shiva

Adiyogi Shiva

The feature of this Murthi is the single largest statue of the world which shows the head appearance. This statue has recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records 500 ton of steel used to build this statue of 34.2 meters in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.

This idol signifies the ‘yoga’ because Lord Shiva is the proponent of ‘yoga’. For this reason, this idol has gives the name “Adiogi”. In reality Shiva signifies the God of destruction of evil characters

7. Shiva of Murundeshwar

Shiva of Murundeshwar

This is the largest Shiva statue in India and the second largest shiva idol in the world in Murudeshwar district of Karnataka state. The largest statue of Lord Shiva located in Nepal.

The height of Murudeshwar Shiva idol is 37 meters. Its work completed in 2006. There is also a very old temple of Murudeshwar near this statue. It took about 2 years to build it.

Statue is made so that the light of the sun directly on the Shiva statue. All f30our of the idols are decorated with gold. The story of Ravan’s self-esteem is known to all of us Since Ganesh ji has not heard the voice. He kept the shiva linga below By seeing this the Ravan broke the Shiv Ling into 2 pieces and one piece fell on the Murudeshwar Statue of Padmasambhava. This idol of 37 meter height30

6. Statue of Padmasambhava

Statue of Padmasambhava

Guru Rimopoche found in Leelsar village of Himachal Pradesh which completed in 2012. Rimpoche was the broadcaster of the eighth century Tantric Buddhist religion, which played an important role in Bhutan and Tibet. When a king named Mandi Arshadhar came to know that his daughter taught by Guru Padma. He ordered that Guru Padma-Prabhu be burnt in chita (fjre) because at that time Buddhism was not very popular.

It’s in terms of apprehension and fear. A fire formed on the same order which went burning up to 7 days. This made a lake there, from which one of the lotus flowers appeared in the form of Guru Padmasambhava as a 16 year old teenager. This lake is in today’s Rewalsar city, which is located in Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh.

5. Dhyana Buddha Statue

Dhyana Buddha Statue

This statue is located in Amravati village of Andhra Pradesh and its height will be 38.1 meters. This statue completed in 2015. Due to its elevation, this statue is also visible from the Vijayawada-Hyderabad highway. This idol is located on the Krishna river bank At the statue of this statue is a museum in which the importance of Buddhism. And some of its events have been shown to be in a very beautiful art.

This idol is standing on eight eight pillars and indicates the Ashtanga path of Buddhism. This year, the plan of making a theme park ahead of this idol by the Andhra Pradesh Government will be implemented.

4. Tathagata Tsal

Tathagata Tsal

There is a Buddha park in Raawangla district of Sikkim, where an idol of Lord Buddha’s 39 meter height will be seen which was completed in 2013. This place is also known from the Tathagat site. The term is often thought to mean ei3030her “one who has thus gone” or “one who has thus come”. “Gat” in the same way went. All the big celebrities from the Dalai Lama have come to see this idol.

3. Thiruvalluvar Murti

Thiruvalluvar Murti

Thiruvalluvar was a Tamil poet and philosopher The specialty of this idol is that on the bottom of the Thiruvalluvar statue you can see 133 stanzas from the Thirukkural book. At the bottom, which is 11.5 meters, you will see 38 verses which describe the “behaviors and characters” And the remaining two sections of the idol have been described. In 3 fingerprints seem to mean the three things called Aram, Porum and Inambam, that talks about the meaning of of morality, wealth and love.

2. Veer Abhay Anjanaye Hanuman Swami

Veer_Abhay_Anjanaye_Hanuman _Swami

Veer Abhay Anjanaye Hanuman Swami located in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, the height of this statue 41 meters and built in 2003. This is highest Hanuman idols in the world. Lord Shiva ji incarnated as Hanuman for teaching the society to serve the teachings of religion. His story is known to all of us by how Hanuman ji had sent Bhima to his power.

1. Statue of Unity

Statue of Unity

Statue of Unity: It is a matter of great pride for Indians that the memorial of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patelji, made in Gujarat. Last year 2018, will be called the highest monument of the whole world or not only in India. It was unveiled by Prime Minister on October 31 Its height is 182 meters, which is two times more than that of the Statue of Liberty. The work of this monument started in 2013 and this monument was worth two thousand nine hundred and ninety millio30n rupees. The memorial of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel Ji, who has resolved to maintain India in solidarity, will be known as the Statue of Unity. These sculptures created not only for tourism purpose, teach us to get spiritual, yoga, peace and salvati.

There a widespread conflict in the society when these monuments are built, someone says that spending so much on idols can be done on poor people. But if we look at it carefully, then it will come to understand that thousands of workers are required to make these idols and they get employment. Not only the workers, Murthy’s terrain becomes a tourist destination, and people get more employment from this area. Also, the effect of tourism is on the country’s GDP and our tourism will grow from such monuments and statues.