Ashoka pillar miniature showpiece. Ashoka Pillar is National Emblem Symbol of India. It is taken from the victory pillar constructed by Ashoka in his reign at Sarnath which is considered as the Lion Capital of Ashoka. In that era different monuments were constructed in order to denote the victory of ruler. These four lions represent strong and powerful force protecting the kingdom from four directions. Below it there is a bull and horse drawing and between them there is chakra which is given a place in National Flag of India. The Ashoka Pillar handi-craft symbolises Emblem of India and a true honour to own it. A brass made Ashoka Pillar is carved with 4 lions standing back to back, a horse, a bull, an elephant, a lion at the base along with a long stand attached to 3 step bases. A good gift to a patriotic person on Independence and Republic Day celebrations.
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