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Shiva Statue with Seven Headed Snake

Size: 18″

Materials: Black stone is used in this Shiva linga. It is a famous stone variety of Odisha.

Shiva is absolute, self-radiant. He remains radiant and also illuminates the universe. He is the auspicious and prosperity-bestowing principle. Naga guard Hindu temples and shrines. Naga is depicted on the doors, windows, and the walls of the temples. Naga is also the seat of the deity.

Shiv is one of the most important gods in the Hindu pantheon and, along with Brahma and Vishnu, is considered a member of the holy trinity of Hinduism. A complex character, he may represent goodness, benevolence, and serve as the Protector but he also has a darker side as the leader of evil spirits, ghosts, and vampires and as the master of thieves, villains, and beggars. He is also associated with Time, and particularly as the destroyer of all things.

Nevertheless, Shiva is also associated with creation. Shiva destroys the universe at the end of each cycle which then allows for a new Creation. Shiva is also the great ascetic, abstaining from all forms of indulgence and pleasure, concentrating rather on meditation as a means to find perfect happiness. He is the most important Hindu god for the Shaivism sect, the patron of Yogis and Brahmins, and also the protector of the Vedas, the sacred texts.

Shiva’s wife was Parvati, often incarnated as Kali and Durga. She was in fact a reincarnation of Sati, the daughter of the god Daksha. Daksha did not approve of Sati’s marriage to Shiva and even went further and held a special sacrificial ceremony to all the gods except Shiva. Outraged at this slight, Sati threw herself on the sacrificial fire. Shiva reacted to this tragedy by creating two demons from his hair who wreaked havoc on the ceremony and beheaded Daksha.

The other gods appealed to Shiva to end the violence and, complying, he brought Daksha back to life but with the head of a ram (or goat). Sati was eventually reincarnated as Parvati in her next life and she re-married Shiva.

Being the daughter of King Himavat, her name became Parvati signifying ‘daughter of the mountain’. Mostly seen as a mindful and delicate form of mother, she is the goddess of fertility, love, marriage, and adherence with divine quality and supremacy. Expressed in numerous roles, forms, moods, epithets, and characteristics, Goddess Parvati, and every one of her forms are worshipped as an individual goddess.

  • The sheer immensity of this Shiva Statue with Seven Headed Snake is mesmerizing.
  • This Shiva Sculpture will bring strength and divinity to your family.
  • This shiva linga is auspicious and beautiful in its own form.
  • Our artisan carves this sculpture with a single block of Blackstone, which increases its durability in many folds.
  • Shiva Statue with Seven Headed Snake 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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