This Marble Dashamaa is hand-crafted by our Murtikar’s and is craved out of one piece marble.
Since the idol is hand-crafted every piece has it’s own uniqueness.
Our states are specially hand painted with gold foil which never looses it’s charm and gives a lively feeling to the idols.
Our idols are securely packed individually wooden cases and shipped across taking utmost care.
Significance Of Dahamaa :-
Momai or Momai Mata (Gujarati: મોમાઈ માં) also known as Dashamaa a regional Hindu goddess, popular in Gujraat, especially in desert region of Kutch. Momai is the highest goddess of the Rabari Tribe. Sorathia group of Rabari called her as a mammai. The village Momai Mora located near Rapar in Kutch is the place where the deity is said to have first appeared, the temple is a place of pilgrimage and huge festival is celebrated here on eve of Navaratri every year. She is worshiped as one of the Kuldevi of Jadeja, Parmar, Sodha, Jadav and other rulers & worrier clans of erstwhile Kutch State and is closely associated with the Goddess Ashapura. She is depicted as mounted on a camel, with four hands. She holds a sword and a trident in the upper right and left hand, respectively and in the lower right and left hands, she has a lotus and armor. Apart from jadeja, parmar, Sodha clan, she is worshiped by Rabari clan of Kutch, her image is found in almost every household of Rabaris. Bardai Bramhins also worship her as Kuldevi.
Clean Gently with a sponge dipped in a non caustic soapy water. and let it set dry. Do not rub to dry.
Do not use bleach, acids or harsh abrasives on marble.