Šifra: S-85-66

Brand: Slovenska Mitologija

Author:Slovenska mitologija / Slavic mythology

Dajbog is the supreme God among the old Serbs, from Him we became a nation. He presents himself as a quiet, gentle and benevolent old man, with white hair and a beard, dressed in a fur coat with a staff in his hand. After accepting Christianity, our people transferred the characteristics of Dybog, as the most revered of the Gods, to Saint Sava, the most revered among saints.

40,99 USD


  • Figure: Daybog
  • Height: 17cm
  • Supplier: ROD
  • Material and workmanship: Made of resin, filled with plaster, hand cast, painted and patinated
  • Contains the author's logo, the ROD brand mark and the original packaging with a description in two languages
  • The sculptures are protected by the Intellectual Property Office



Dajbog is one of the sons of Svarog, the Sungod, the one who gives light, rain and fertility –everything that is good. The Slaves believed that Dajbog travels the heavens every day in a magical quadriga yoked with four white horses with fiery manes and golden wings, and that the sunlight comes from the fiery shield that Dajbog carries with him. At night he would die and go to the underworld, in order to be resurrected in the morning. Also, it was believed that Dajbog spends summer months in our, real world, giving us Sun, while in the winter he goes down into Nav.

He had a magnificent posture, beautiful golden hair and sky blue eyes nothing could be hidden from. Serbs would represent Dajbog as a quiet, gentle and good-natured old man with white hair and beard, with a jerkin around his shoulders and with a rod in his hand. It is believed that he was the incarnation of the white wolf, our mythical ancestor and the supreme god from the ages of animism, so the wolf was his faithful companion.

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