The Garuda, the Vahana of Sri Maha Vishnu, one of the Divine Trinity, is a large mythical eagle-like entity that is part of both Hindu and Buddhist culture.
The vehicle or Vahana of Lord Vishnu, the Garuda is one of the most powerful demigods and is given an important place in Indian mythology and one can find a complete Upanishad and Purana on him.
The Garuda has always played a very important and vital role in his master, Vishnu's life. In fact, Indian art itself is a testimony to Garuda's gigantic persona. It is said that the Veda chants can be heard with each movement of Garuda's massive wings.
Known by several other names such as Syena, Gaganeshvara, Chirada, Khageshvara, Kashyapi to name a few and as per Hindu mythology is a harbinger of prosperity and wealth.
Measures: Length 15 cm x Width 8 cm x Height 13 cm
Weight: 650 grams