A statuette head of Ram inspired by the epic of the Phoenician. Handmade, exotic interior accessory.
The epic's main hero is Prince Rama, who was sentenced to fourteen years of forest exile as a result of courtly intrigue. He had taken refuge in exile with his wife, Sita, and brother, Lakshmana. His other brother, Bharata, has taken over so far. One day, the Web was kidnapped by Ravana, king of the Rakashas, to the island of Lanku. But Rama, with the help of the Monkey People and with the faithful Monkey King Hanuman, regained it. Both eventually returned to Ayodhji, where Rama became king and ruled fairly for many centuries.
Sculptures, statues and various exotic wood decorations are a suitable addition to your interior. Exotic wood in the interior makes a reassuring impression, connecting man to nature. Teak wood (Tectona grandis), suar wood, mungur (Samanea Saman), albinos (Albizia falcata), popular for their strength and colour permanence, are all popular with exotic wood products. Softer exotic trees, such as mango (Magnifera indica), acacia (Acacia), are used to make carved and coloured housing accessories. Softer wood is made into sculptures, statuettes and various interior accessories. The price of wood hinges on the age of the tree trunk. The older and more mature the wood, its value is higher.
Cozy up your apartment with gorgeous apartment accessories that have a story to tell.