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Shiva Nataraj Statue
Nataraja is one of the most famous manifestations of Shiva. It is the God of Dance, the cosmic dancer who fluctuates the infinite processes of destruction and creation of the universe. Height 12 cm.
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Arasia offers you this bronze statuette representing Shiva Nataraj, Hindu deity of dance.
Some elements to understand the symbolism of this statue:
Nataraja is represented with 4 arms, his face remains serene and his body balanced in the center of the circle.
He crushes Mulayaka, the dwarf demon symbolizing ignorance and forgetting under his foot.
In one hand he holds a damaru, a small hourglass-shaped drum that gives the pulsation of the cosmos (mâyâ).
Another hand offers comfort to the devotees by performing the reassuring abhaya mudra of blessing.
With another hand he brandishes fire, symbol of destruction and enlightenment through knowledge.
His left foot is raised to allow souls to come and take refuge below.
His wild hair unfurls and shows his power, and he is surrounded by a ring of fire (prabhamandala)
The whole cosmos dances to the sound of Shiva's drum. It is the primitive pulsation allowing the World to exist. Like yin and yang, the dancer and the dance are one.
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