Gangadhar Shiva 6"

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  • Product Code :5621
  • Material :Brass
  • Size :6"H x 3.75"W x 2.25"D
  • Weight :750 gm.
    Description
    Here the Lord is holding the ever flowing river Ganga in his hair. Here the Lord is holding Ganga in his matted hair that represents Shiva as the Lord of Wind or Vayu, who is the subtle form of breath present in all living beings. It shows that Shiva is Pashupatinath, Lord Of All Living Beings.
    Legends say that the river Ganga has its source in Shiva and flows from his matted hair. This is symbolically represented by depicting Ganga as a jet of water sprinkling out of the head of the Lord and falling on the ground. Legend has it that the Lord allowed an outlet to the great river to traverse the earth and bring purifying water to human being. Hence, Lord Shiva is often referred to as Gangadhara or "Bearer of the river Ganga". The river Ganga also denotes fertility, one of the creative aspects of the Rudra. It also indicates that Shiva is not only the Lord of destruction but also the bestower of knowledge, purity and peace on the devotees.

    Description

    Specification
    • Product Code :5621
    • Material :Brass
    • Size :6"H x 3.75"W x 2.25"D
    • Weight :750 gm.
      Description
      Here the Lord is holding the ever flowing river Ganga in his hair. Here the Lord is holding Ganga in his matted hair that represents Shiva as the Lord of Wind or Vayu, who is the subtle form of breath present in all living beings. It shows that Shiva is Pashupatinath, Lord Of All Living Beings.
      Legends say that the river Ganga has its source in Shiva and flows from his matted hair. This is symbolically represented by depicting Ganga as a jet of water sprinkling out of the head of the Lord and falling on the ground. Legend has it that the Lord allowed an outlet to the great river to traverse the earth and bring purifying water to human being. Hence, Lord Shiva is often referred to as Gangadhara or "Bearer of the river Ganga". The river Ganga also denotes fertility, one of the creative aspects of the Rudra. It also indicates that Shiva is not only the Lord of destruction but also the bestower of knowledge, purity and peace on the devotees.

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