Hanuman Statue is made from resins, electroplated with copper, standing with 18 inches tall. He is wearing crown and armor with open mouth and palms press together. His eyes is made from ruby.
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|Material||Resins, copper layered|
|Can be placed||Indoors|
|Can be exported outside Thailand||Yes|
Hanuman has been a historic and popular character of Ramakien, Ramayana’s Thai version, in Thai culture. He appears wearing a crown on his head and armor. He is depicted as an albino white, strong character with open mouth in action, sometimes shown carrying a trident.
In Ramakien, Hanuman is a devoted soldier of Rama. Unlike in Indian adaptations, he is not celibate, and he is presented as a ladies man, according to Paula Richman. He meets the mermaid Suvannamaccha and the couple have a son. Hanuman plays a dominant role in the Thai version of the Ramayana epic.
Like the Indian tradition, Hanuman is the patron of martial arts and an example of courage, fortitude and excellence in Thailand.