Santarms Brass Nataraja Statue
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Nataraja Statue by table 9" inch
this dance is a pictorial allegory of Preservation, Creation, Destruction, Salvation, and Illusion.
Nataraja Statue by decor podium 6.6" inch
Lord Shiva resides in the position of Tandava in the idol of Nataraja. This form of Shiva is destructive, so the idol or picture of Nataraja should not be kept in the house.
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Nataraja is celebrated in 108 poses of Bharatanatyam, with Sanskrit inscriptions from Natya Shastra, at the Nataraja temple in Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu, India.
Santarms Brass Nataraja Statue 8" inch
HxWxB 21x17x7 cm Material brass color golden.
Nataraja Statues are said to be an exotic depiction of the Hindu deity Lord Shiva performing the cosmic dance after defeating a demon named-Apasmara. The dance is called Ananda Tandav. It means Dance of Bliss. According to Hindu Mythology, this dance is a pictorial allegory of Preservation, Creation, Destruction, Salvation, and Illusion. This Handmade Shiva Nataraja Statue displays Shiva dancing within a flaming halo which captures the union of elements of nature and the Divine. This Large Brass Nataraja Statue showcases Shiva holding fire in one hand, and damage in his other hand depicting space. Open hair flying represents the air element. One foot on the ground indicates earth. One hand is the symbol of Abhaya mudra meaning protection, while the other one which points towards the feet symbolizes surrender. This Handmade Shiva Brass Nataraja is a sturdy showpiece that will last for years. Your guests will praise you for your exquisite choice.
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The significance of the Nataraja (Nataraj) sculpture is said to be that Shiva is shown as the source of all movement within the cosmos, represented by the arch of flames. The purpose of the dance is to release men from the illusion of the idea of the "self" and of the physical world.
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The god Shiva wanted to vanquish him but realized that to maintain balance he shouldn't kill him. In a world without ignorance, all knowledge would come to everyone without effort and so would become valueless. Instead, he decided to keep him crushed under one foot while joyfully dancing.
As a symbol, Shiva Nataraja is a brilliant invention. It combines in a single image Shiva's roles as creator, preserver, and destroyer of the universe and conveys the Indian conception of the never-ending cycle of time.
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Bharatanatyam is the oldest Indian classical dance form that originated in the Tanjore district of Tamil Nadu and is regarded as the mother of many other classical dance forms of India. Firstly, it was initiated in the Hindu temples of Tamil Nadu and eventually flourished in South India.