Paramhansa Yogananda was born on January 5, 1893 and left his body on March 7th, 1952. Yogananda came to America in 1920 to spiritualize the West, not to Indianize it. He loved both the deep spirituality of India and the tremendous energy of America. He felt the time has come for India and America to work together and to set new directions for our planet. Yogananda was an incarnation of divine love. When asked what would take his place when he was gone, he said: “Only love can take my place.”

For more information and inspiring stories about these great masters, see Autobiography of a Yogi, by Paramhansa Yogananda.

Available in 4 different finishes including our unique marble polymer resin blend.

Shipping Details
International orders: Please do not place your order through the website. Please contact us directly to find out shipping and handling costs for your country.

We will then invoice you for the statues and shipping via Paypal, (which allows the use of a credit card), and once you pay the invoice, we will process the order.

Multiple 8″ orders: For the purchase of multiple statues, please contact us directly to find out shipping costs to your address. (rather than paying $15 per statue)

We will then invoice you for the statues and shipping via Paypal (which allows the use of a credit card), and once you pay the invoice, we will process your order.

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Statue Care
Our “Marble Blend” statues are very unique and have a beautiful, translucent glow and are recommended for indoor use only.

All of our other statues are cast in eco-friendly polymer resin then painted with different colors. They are suitable for outdoor use, but harsh sunlight should still be avoided.

Clear, matte finish sealants are used on our Almond, White, and Bronze statues to help protect them from most weather conditions. It’s always a good idea to bring the statues inside during extreme weather. Statues are easy to keep clean with a soft cloth and mild, non-abrasive soap and water. Small, soft nylon brushes can take care of the hard to get places.