The 10 largest and most magnificent Hindu god statues worldwide

Sep 22, 2023

By: Ayush Mehrotra

Vishwas Swaroopam

The Statue of Belief, or Vishwas Swaroopam, is a monumental sculpture of the lord Shiva, situated in Rajasthan, India. It was unveiled on October, 2022. As of now, the Statue of Belief proudly holds the distinction of being the tallest Lord Shiva statue in the world.

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Garuda Wisnu Kencana Statue

Garuda Wisnu Kencana Statue is located in Bali, Indonesia. It depicts the Hindu god Vishnu riding on the mythical bird Garuda. It is one of the tallest statues in Indonesia.

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Statue of Equality

The Statue of Equality is located in Hyderabad, India. It is dedicated to the 11th-century saint and philosopher Ramanuja, who played a significant role in spreading the teachings of Bhakti and equality.

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Panchamukhi Anjaneya

The statue is located in karnataka, India. It depicts Lord Hanuman with five faces and is considered one of the tallest Hanuman statues in the world.

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Muthumalai Murugan Statue

This statue is located in Tamil Nadu, India, and depicts Lord Murugan. While it may not be one of the tallest statues globally, it is significant in South India.

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Kailashnath Mahadev Statue

The Kailashnath Mahadev Statue is situated in Nepal. It depicts Lord Shiva and is one of the tallest statues of Lord Shiva in the world.

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Maa Vaishno Devi Statue

Located in Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, this statue represents the Hindu goddess Vaishno Devi. It is one of the prominent religious landmarks in the region.

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Batu Caves Murugan Statue

This statue is located in Malaysia, specifically in the Batu Caves. It depicts Lord Murugan and is a popular pilgrimage site.

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Veera Abhaya Anjaneya Hanuman Swami

This statue is located in Andhra Pradesh, India. It represents Lord Hanuman and is known for its size and grandeur.

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Ganesha Statue Thailand

The world's tallest standing Ganesha statue is not in India but in Thailand. It was built in 2012 and has four hands holding fruits like jackfruit, sugar cane, banana, and mango.

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