The handsome Lord Shiva, seated in lalitasana. He is poised upon an ornate lotus pedestal, its gigantic petals defined by intricate workmanship along the edges. He is chaturbhujadhari, the one possessed of (‘dhari’) four (‘chatur’) arms (‘bhuja’). A conch and a quadruped (‘pashu’ or animal, because He is Lord Pashupatinath, the ruler and overlord of the jeeva-samudaya) in His posterior hands; the right anterior hand raised in blessing, with the left He gathers the Devi Parvati on His lap.
Sculpted from bronze, the ensemble that you see on this page is a fine example of traditional Southern workmanship. The radiant countenance of Lord Shiva and the lifelike features engraved upon the same. The gorgeous proportions of His yogic musculature and the streams of gold and jewels that accentuate them. The folds of His silken dhoti and the lotus feet that emerge from its hems. His beauteous wife seated on His lap, Her grace and shringar intact.
A statement representation of the divine couple. Note the ornate crowns sitting upon the heads of the deities in this ensemble. A sliver of the moon to one side of Lord Shiva’s crown, the dome of it overlain with skilfully done engravings. Cascading hair and karnakundalas frame that superbly sculpted face. The crown of Devi Parvati is equally glamorous, given its multiple tiers and the stoopa-like structure it tapers into at the zenith.
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Bronze Statue from Bangalore8.50 inch Height X 6.50 inch Width x 5.70 inch Depth
Item Code: ZEO331
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