Shiva Statue In Black Stone Dhyana Mudra
Materials: Black Stone is used in this beautiful sculpture.
The beautiful carvings on this Shiva sculpture are enough to catch art enthusiasts’ attention. This lovely customization was created by a totally committed crew.
Shiva is the embodiment of life and movement in the body.
When the ‘ee’ is removed from Shiva, it becomes sha+va = shava.
Shava is a Hebrew word that means “dead body.” Shiva has the ability to live, but Shava is lifeless. Shiva is life, Shiva is potential Q for life, Shiva is all-encompassing – the full soul or consciousness – as a result of this. Ananda, or happiness, is attained by realising this Shiva Tattva.
Shiva is the source of all things, the sustainer of all things and the destroyer of all things. Shiva is also known as the Shiva Tattva. Because Shiva is the foundation of the cosmos, you will never be able to leave Shiva at any moment.
The Shiva Tattva is the source of your mind, body, and everything else. Shiva is known as ‘Vishwaroopa,’ which means ‘the entire globe is his shape.’
The elites have no access to Mahadev murti’s corpse. The universe as a whole is the body. The hair is made up of all-stars and galaxies, while the eyes are made up of thousands of suns. The stomach should be hydrated. The mind is represented by the snake. There are millions of vibrations in the world that are linked to the mind, planets, and even food. Everything is networked.
Shiva is usually depicted in paintings and carvings as a white god with a blue neck (from holding the poison that appeared at the churning of the cosmic ocean, which threatened to destroy the world), his hair designed in a coil of matted locks (jatamakuta), and enhanced with the crescent moon and the Ganges river (according to legend, he made the Ganges River to earth from the sky, where she is the Milky Way, by allowing the river to trickle through his hair, thus breaking her fall).
Shiva has three eyes, the third eye allotting inward sight but capable of burning waste when focused outward. He wears a garland of skulls and a snake around his neck and carries in his two (sometimes four) hands a deerskin, a trident, a small hand drum, or a club with a skull at the end.
Shiva is absolute, self-radiant. He remains radiant and also illuminates the universe. He is the auspicious and prosperity-bestowing principle.
- The sheer immensity of this sculpture is mesmerizing.
- This sitting Shiva Sculpture will bring strength and divinity to your family.
- In this figure, Lord Shiva is in Dhyana mudra. The graceful look represents enormous strength and divinity.
- Our artisan carves this sculpture with a single block of Black stone, which increases its durability in many folds.
- It is completely one of a kind masterpiece. Any changes are possible on a customized piece, as per our Art Lover customer’s choice.
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