20" Brass Shiva Tandava Statue Urdhva Dance Form of Shiva
Finish: Bronze brown
Dimensions: 20.0 inch Height x 13.5 inch Width x 7.5 inch Depth
Weight: 9.07 kg / 20.0 lbs
Shipping and delivery: 5 - 7 business days
Product description: Urdhva Tandava is a divine upward dance performed by Lord Shiva, “Urdhva” means upward, and "Tandava" refers to the vigorous and energetic dance, and is one of the 108 karanas of Shiva. The concept of Urdhva Tandava is often depicted in various forms of Hindu art and sculpture, emphasizing the dynamic and powerful nature of Lord Shiva as the cosmic dancer. The dance is considered a symbol of the eternal rhythm of life, death, and rebirth in the universe. The brass statue depicts Shiva with his right leg raised backward close to touching his head, body curved like a bow with both his hands spread out, and balancing his body with his toes of the left leg, indeed a dynamic dance pose of Shiva on a lotus pedestal. His rear hands holds the drum and the fire, and a serpent is seen coiled around his leg. Shiva’s posture and facial expression convey a sense of divine tranquility, and the third eye on his forehead signifies insight and spiritual awakening. This beautiful Shiva statue, through its artistic expression and spiritual symbolism, serves as a profound reminder of the divine presence and the eternal dance of creation and destruction.
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