Shiva Statue | Brass Sculpture for Cultural and Religious Practices

SKU: 2756ENSShiva


Shiva Statue

About Shiva :

The Shiva statue is an exquisite and remarkable piece of art that showcases the beauty and artistry of ancient Indian culture. In this statue, Shiva is depicted sitting upon a lion's skin, with his right hand in abhaya mudra, a gesture of protection and reassurance, while his left-hand rests on his left knee. Behind him stands his sacred trident, a powerful symbol of his power and authority. The statue's intricate and detailed design captures the essence of Shiva's divine presence, highlighting his grace, strength, and beauty. The lion's skin on which he sits symbolizes his strength and his power to conquer all that is negative and impure. Shiva's right-hand gesture represents his desire to protect and guide his devotees on the path to enlightenment, while his left hand resting on his knee signifies his calm and serene nature. The trident symbolizes the three states of consciousness and the three Gunas that are present in all creation.

Introduction To Shiva :

Shiva is one of the major deities in Hinduism and is known as the destroyer of the world in the Hindu trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. He is also worshipped as the god of yoga and meditation and is known for his asceticism and celibacy. Lord Shiva is often depicted with a blue throat, which is said to have come from drinking poison to save the world. He is also frequently shown holding a trident, representing his power over the three worlds - heaven, earth, and the underworld. Lord Shiva is often accompanied by his consort, Parvati, and their two sons, Ganesha and Kartikeya. Shiva is a revered deity in Hinduism and is worshipped by millions of people across India and around the world.
Size: 34cm(Height) x 20cm(Base)
Weight: 6.38 kg
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