What are God statues?

In Hinduism, idols are worshipped as a reminder of the reigning divinity. In a typical Indian sculpture, a human form comprises various compact and curved shapes to create an epitome of divine power. The overall image of the idols is often suited to depict the superhuman form and their extraordinary powers or even their vehicles. An attempt is made to craft an idol minus any impurities and is also composed of transcendental opulence. An idol may have many limbs or physiognomic aspects to assert its existence beyond mortal forms.