Hampi Narasimha Statue Exact Replica

Hampi Narasimha Statue Exact Replica


This replica is of a famous statue of Lord Narasimha in Hampi, Karnataka, India. This is one of the largest monolithic structure depicting Narasimha in an “Ugra” or angry form. Narasimha, which means half-man and half-lion, is one of the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu. The original statue had a sculpture of goddess Lakshmi, his consort, sitting in his lap. It is missing now, but there is a small hand of Lakshmi ji which can be seen on his waist at the back. The height of this statue is approximately 22 feet, and this scaled-down replica is 5.4 inches in height.

Special Features:

  • 3D-Printed in PLA, a biodegradable plastic polymer
  • Digitally reconstructed in true scale
  • Created from laser scanned data
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This is a 3D Printed replica of the Ugra Narasimha Swamy Statue, Hampi, Karnataka. This replica has been reconstructed digitally by applying 3D modelling techniques to laser-scanned data – this ensures that there is little scope for artistic deviation from the original artifact: creating an accurate miniature replica of the statue. This has been printed in PLA which is a kind of biodegradable plastic. The 3D printing process uses additive manufacturing. This statue is the largest statue in the Hampi temple ruins and depicts Lord Narasimha in a terrifying or angry form. Narasimha, which means half-man and half-lion is one of the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu. This monolithic structure, which is 6.7 meters tall, has the God sitting in a cross-legged position on a giant seven-headed snake known as Adishesha. Originally the statue also had Goddess Lakshmi sitting on the lord’s lap, but according to historians, it was vandalized and destroyed in the year 1565. The 3D Printed memorabilia is 6 inches, made at a scale of 1/50. The replica comes packaged inside a protective box to ensure ease of delivery and increased durability.

Additional information




12.7 X 9.5 X 13.7 cm


250 gm





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