Rama Idols and Figurines
Rama is the hero of the Ramayana epic, an incarnation of the God Vishnu. The eldest and favourite son of Dasaratha, King of Ayodhya, he was a virtuous prince and was much loved by the people. He was exiled from Ayodhya due to plotting done by his stepmother, Kaikeyi. Sita and Laxman also accompanied him in the forest for 14 years. Due to their good deeds people started worshipping him and he popularly came to be known as Lord Rama.
Lord Rama is worshipped by every Hindu. Rama Navami is a spring Hindu festival that celebrates the birthday of god Rama. He is particularly important to the Vaishnavism tradition of Hinduism, as the seventh avatar of Vishnu. The festival is a part of the spring Navratri, and falls on the ninth day of the bright half in the Hindu calendar month of Chaitra.
It is an inauspicious to have Lord Rama stone idol at homes. As per vedic rules, there are some rules and codes to follow strictly, if anybody takes stone type idol or whether it is white stone idol it prohibits in his home. It should be kept in Mandir where Puja is offered everyday.
Rama idols or figurines can be found in probably every Hindu house. They need the blessings of the Lord. However the type of idol differs from house to house. Some prefer big idols while some like small ones. It also depends on the space a house has. Small houses keep a small murti while big bungalows have a separate room for this, so they prefer big murtis( idols).
Different types of Lord Rama murtis available in the market and now online as well.
Ram Darbar Figurines
As Lord Rama, Sita and Laxman we're together in the exile with Lord Hanuman they are together called as the Rama darbar. These idols have Lord Rama and Laxman and Sita besides him. There is Lord Hanuman as well sitting on his knees on the front right side before Lord Rama.
These idols are made separate and placed on a common base. The manufacturing material for all of them is similar. The material varies accordingly such as brass, white metal or aluminium. Marble idols are also found carved and colored beautifully as well. Amongst these the brass ones are quite popular as the they have a gold finish to it. The gold finish Rama idols have a high price as they don't get spoiled easily. The idols are of good quality and quite heavy to weigh. The size of Rama darbar is more or less 7 inches. The size of the individual murtis start from 3 inches and above.
Other than the Rama darbar, more creative murtis are made by people. The placing of the idols can be done according to the need of the house.
Bless your place and heighten the beauty and spirituality of your house or work place with the Hindu God Rama sculpture. These are available on LimeRoad as well, the shipping is extremely safe and won't harm the idol. The prices of the murtis are pocket friendly too.