30" The Glory Of Nataraja In Brass | Handmade | Made In India
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30" The Glory Of Nataraja In Brass | Handmade | Made In India

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The Shivatandava is more than just a dance. It is a force of nature, of its constituent eternal energies. It is srshti, sthiti, and samhara in one composite process. The Mahadeva is lord of the tandava, king (raja) over such a potent dance (nata). The image of the Lord Nataraja, with that highly characteristic mudra of His limbs, captures a powerful moment in the midst of the tandava.


Antique Green Gold
Antique Green Gold
Antique Chola
Antique Chola
Amazing Black Gold
Amazing Black Gold
Natural Brass
Natural Brass
Affable Double Chola
Affable Double Chola
Greenish Gold
Greenish Gold
Amazing Copper Gold
Amazing Copper Gold
Alluring Silver
Alluring Silver
Brown Silver Gold
Brown Silver Gold
Copper Silver Gold
Copper Silver Gold
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Item Code: ZDN23
Specifications:
Brass Statue
30 inch X 23 inch X 8 inch
20.70 kg

The Nataraja composition that you see on this page is a lifelike, skilfully finished one. The mudra of His hands convey abhaya or fearlessness (anterior right hand) and the grace of the divine gaja or elephant (anterior left hand). In His posterior hands are a damru (exuding the creative nada) and a flame of fire (the means of destruction). Crucial to the Nataraja iconography is the predominance of the naga (snake). Note the flaying snake-like locks of His hair; the ones that slither over His torso, wrists, and ankles like divine adornments; and the multi-hooded one that forms the crown on His head.

The prabhamandala (‘prabha’ is Sanskrit for ‘flame’) and the pedestal that frame the central figure, distinguish this work from your run-of-the-mill Nataraja sculptures. The three-ringed aureole does justice to the glamour of the tandava and gathers in a kirtimukha motif at the very top. Note the unusual, angular finish of the traditional lotus pedestal.



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