A foot tall, of a pillar-like structure -
this Trishula stands on a quadri-layered pedestal. Although possessed by many
deities in the Hindu pantheon, this particular is a Shiva Trishula
marked to distinction by its Tripunda. Shiva, who is Ananta - free from the
cycle of birth and death is said to have his Trishula - symbolizing immorality.
The three prongs of the Trishula are often also seen as the three aspects of
what life is about - Creation, Sustenance, and Destruction. Shiva’s
omnipresence finds its way through the sight of his seraphic Trishula.
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