Jaina Tirthankara Parsvanatha
Title Jaina Tirthankara Parsvanatha
Accession Number 64.355
Museum Name National Museum, New Delhi
Gallery Name Archaeology
Object Type Archaeology
Main Material Bronze
Manufacturing Technique Lost wax
Country India
Origin Place Western India
Period / Year of Work 15th century AD
Dimensions Ht. 19.3, Wd. 12 cms.
Brief Description Jaina Tirthankara Parsvanatha seated in dhyana-mudra on a throne with hands placed on the lap. On his either side stand two Tirthankaras in the Kayotsarga pose. Near the throne are seated Yaksha and Yakshi. On the either ends are shown the chauri-bearers. The main deity is seated under the canopy of a seven hooded cobra crowned by an umbrella. Inscribed at the back.