Nandi (also Nandin) is the sacred bull calf, gatekeeper, and vehicle (vahana) of the Hindu god Shiva. Sculptures of Nandi are a common sight at Hindu temples dedicated to his master, and he is partly responsible for the Hindu reverence for living bulls even today.
A statue of Nandi is present as a bull sitting on a plinth in front of most Hindu temples dedicated to Shiva, especially Dravida (Southern) temples. He sits in a dedicated columned pavilion known as a nandi mandap and is positioned so that he gazes in adoration at Shiva’s linga within the main temple.
Height- 38 cm/ 15 Inches Approx
Width- 20 cm/ 8 Inches Approx
Depth- 16.5 cm/ 6.5 Inches Approx
Weight: 8.25 kg Approx
Height- 36 cm/ 14 Inches Approx
Width- 53 cm/ 21 Inches Approx
Depth- 15 cm/ 6 Inches Approx
Weight: 6.5 kg Approx