This is a Garuda, a Creature of Buddhist Mythology that Combines the Features of Humans, Birds and Dragons. This garuda has the serpent appearance of a dragon with wood scales. The garuda first appeared in Hindu mythology, where it is a singular being Garuda, son of the sage Kashyap. The child was born with the head, beak, wings and talons of an eagle but the arms, legs and torso of a human. He also proved to be strong and fearless, especially against evildoers. Buddhism, garudas are not a single being but more like a mythical species. Garuda stands for fearlessness and power. The mythical bird is believed to be the king of the birds. The garuda is believed to avert the illness and many of the evil spells cast by the Nagas or the local deities. Dragon symbolizes elegance, generosity, calmness and achievements. A wonderful item for your home or collection.
44.5 Inches Tall on Stand
41 Inches Tall
5 3/4 Inches Wide Bottom
4 1/4 Inches Wide Middle
3/4 Inch Wide Top
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