The Statue of Dwarpal

The Statue of Dwarpal and statue meaning

The Statue of Dwarpal

I have captured this photo of the Dwarpal statue at Ramdev Pir Temple, Devpur Ranuja, Nava Ranuja, Gujarat, India. This temple is 56 km far away from the Rajkot. The purpose behind capturing this photo is to see its beauty and shape of the statue. The sculptor of this statue has put all his emotions in it. The sculptor also gives his all efforts and vision to create it. Just look at the face, eye, turbans and mustaches but who care of this fabulous work. You can clearly see the dust on it.

Generally, Statues are made to give honour for the great events in history. If you want to know about Story of the Dwarpal, Must read the whole story behind it at Jaya-Vijaya. This is story is given from the holy book “Bhagavata Purana” which is one of the Hinduism’s eighteen great Puranas.

If we talk about the famous statue in the world, The Monument of the Sardar Patel which is known as “Statue of Unity” will be the first in the world. This Monument of Sardar patel is near about 597 feet tall but we can consider it as the tallest one but it is in under development. See the below top six wordlwise statues list with its height (Details are taken from the Quora.com

Sardar patel monument, Statue of unity, Gujarat, India, 597 feet (Under Development)

Spring temple buddha, Lushan country, henan, china 502 feet

Ushiku Daibutsu, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan 393 feet

Statue of Liberty, New york, USA, 305 feet

The Motherland Calls, volgograd, Russia 279 feet

The Christ The Reedeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 98 feet tall, not including its 26 feet pedestal

This photo is captured by using Canon 1200D (EOS) Camera.

Photo taken at: Ramdev Pir Temple, Devpur Ranuja, Nava Ranuja, Gujarat, India

The Below are the settings to capture this photo:

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ISO: 160
Exposure Time: 1/250 sec.
Focal Length: 171 mm
F-stop: f/5.6
Flash Mode: No Flash, compulsory
Resolution: 72 dpi
EXIF Version: 0230


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Hi, I’m Ravi Shrimali from India. I’m working as PHP Developer at Ahmedabad, Gujarat. I love photography, traveling and meet new friends. Always ready for adventures.

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