13" Lord Shiva as Nataraja | Handmade | Brass Statue | Made In India
Sindoori Green Gold
Sindoori Green Gold
Black Green Gold
Black Green Gold
Natural Brass
Natural Brass
Amazing Double Chola
Amazing Double Chola
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New Yellow
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Silver Gold

13" Lord Shiva as Nataraja | Handmade | Brass Statue | Made In India

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As per the tradition, Shiva is the highest of all beings. He is the first person to realise the ultimate truth of existence and opened up the gates of the beyond for other people. It is Shiva's spiritual legacy that is still continuing in many forms. Shiva has been used as a figure to symbolise and illustrate different aspects of reality. Nataraja is one such form, where Shiva has been depicted as the ultimate dancer. Unlike others, the dance of Shiva is complete, leaving nothing untouched, completely immersing him in the act. Lord Nataraja, who dances on the cosmic sound of his Damru, dances so intensely that only the dance remains, the dancer just disappears.

Sindoori Green Gold
Sindoori Green Gold
Black Green Gold
Black Green Gold
Natural Brass
Natural Brass
Amazing Double Chola
Amazing Double Chola
New Yellow
New Yellow
Silver Gold
Silver Gold
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Item Code: ZDL83
Specifications:
Brass Statue
13.2 inch Height x 10.3 inch Width x 3.7 inch Depth
3.30 kg
23 years in business
23 years in business
Shipped to 153 countries
Shipped to 153 countries
More than 1M+ customers worldwide
More than 1M+ customers worldwide
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Fair trade
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Free delivery

Lord Nataraja's dance is an exuberant manifestation of divine energy. That is why his dance is also known as Tandava, which means destruction. Shiva's dance brings destruction to all that is false and creates a new beginning. This beautifully crafted brass statue captures lord Nataraja dripped in the divine bliss of his dance. The lord is illustrated as dancing in a ring of fire, with his clothes and hair spreading all around him, signifying the intensity of his movements. The upper two hands of the lord are holding a Damru (Shiva's musical instrument) and a flame of fire, which establishes the lord as a dispeller of darkness. His two lower hands along with his slightly raised left leg are completing his dance posture. Adorned with exquisite pieces of jewellery, the face of the lord looks calm and serene as ever. As if unaffected by the turbulence of his Tandava.


This form of Shiva is specially worshipped by those who practice dance and other performing arts. They revere the statue of Lord Nataraja as their Guru (master). Besides the profound symbolism that it carries, the sculpture is an exemplary work of art in itself, enough to mesmerise the eyes that fall upon it.


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