Sati (consort of Shiva) self- immolated herself in the yagna of Daksha (Sati’s mother) as she insulted her for being an uninvited guest. Shiva became very angry on hearing this and created Virabhadra, the fiercest form of Shiva, for destroying Daksha’s fire sacrifice. Many gods flew away from that battlefield as they could not sustain Virabhadra’s power.
This wooden wall hanging represents Virabhadra in a little dark shade of golden, wearing big round multilayered kundals; beautiful brown hair strands form a cylindrical linga in the centre adorned with cross pattern jewel. He has a third eye on his forehead and the expression of his other two eyes complements with the fearfully shaped moustache with striations.
He represents a great warrior, equal to an army, to kill ego and ignorance within people and maintain a complete balance of learning and rightness.
Available: Only One in stock
Wood Statue11.7 inch Height x 6 inch Width x 3.7 inch Depth
Item Code: ZDA90
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