Shiva Paintings

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$10.00 USD - $1,000.00 USD

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Nataraj shiva - Kalamkari Painting
  • Product Code :2315
  • Material :Cotton cloth
  • Size :44" x 36"

The beautiful Kalamkari painting depicts the Lord Shiva in His Nataraj form. One of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, the other two being Lord Brahma and Vishnu, Lord Shiva is the master of dance. Nataraj Shiva represents the rhythmic motion of life. Here the Lord is shown dancing over the dwarf that represents ignorance. Kalamkari is one of the most popular folk paintings and the painter needs to have deep knowledge of lines and pattern.

Specification Product Code :2315 Material :Cotton cloth Size :44" x 36" Description The beautiful Kalamkari...
$74.00 USD $66.60 USD
Aum Namaha Shivaye - Pendant
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$41.00 USD $36.90 USD
The Cosmic Dancer 'Nataraja' Cotton Painting
  • Product Code :B6109
  • Material :Cotton Cloth with Sequin Work
  • Size :42"H x 30"W
Specification Product Code :B6109 Material :Cotton Cloth with Sequin Work Size :42"H x 30"W Description...
$12.00 USD $10.80 USD
Story of Goddess Sati - Kalamkari Painting
  • Product Code :4056
  • Material :Cotton cloth, Color: Vegetable and natural dyes
  • Size :45" x 35"
Specification Product Code :4056 Material :Cotton cloth, Color: Vegetable and natural dyes Size :45" x...
$125.00 USD $112.50 USD
Shiva As Ardhnareshwara - Madhubani Painting
  • Product Code :1443
  • Material :Handmade Paper treated with Cow Dung
  • Size :22"h x 7.50"w

The beautiful Madhubani painting of Lord Shiva in Ardhnarishwara form (half Shiva and Half Parvati) is given a nice portrayal with natural colours and powders. Madhubani style of painting is popular in Mithila region of Bihar and the form is being handed down since ages. Ardhnrishwara reflects the duality of existence in human beings. Whereas the left side of the figure is male, the right side is that of Parvati.

Specification Product Code :1443 Material :Handmade Paper treated with Cow Dung Size :22"h x 7.50"w...
$37.00 USD $33.30 USD
Shiva's Victory Over Ignorance - Kalamkari Painting
  • Product Code :1856
  • Material :Cotton Cloth
  • Size :44" x 36"

The rhythmic motion of dance is being nicely painted in the Kalamkari painting in which Lord Shiva is shown dancing over the human figure. The painting is a symbolic of his conquest over ignorance and the dancing posture shows the rhythmic motion of life. The bull represents both power and ignorance. Lord Shiva’s use of the bull as his vehicle expresses the idea that He removes ignorance and bequeaths power of wisdom on His followers. Lord Shiva is one of the Trinity (Brahma and Vishnu being the other ones), and he is responsible for the preservation of the cosmic order.

Specification Product Code :1856 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :44" x 36" Description The rhythmic motion...
$90.00 USD $81.00 USD
Shivalinga Served by Auspicious Nagas - Madhubani Painting
  • Product Code :1974
  • Material :Handmade Paper
  • Size :15"H x 22"W
Specification Product Code :1974 Material :Handmade Paper Size :15"H x 22"W Description
$130.00 USD $117.00 USD
Shiva Shambhu - Batik Painting
  • Product Code :2186
  • Material :Cotton cloth
  • Size :55" x 44"

The beautiful Batik painting is given a refine and detail treatment with the Lord of Destruction, Lord Shiva holding a conch on his left hand. Lord Shiva, one of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, the two other being Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma, is responsible for the destruction of the universe but destruction is also a prelude to regeneration. Batik prints of West Bengal, Orissa and Tamil Nadu are known for their originality, uniqueness and fineness. Batik is the art of creating images on the cotton cloth using wax resist method.

Specification Product Code :2186 Material :Cotton cloth Size :55" x 44" Description The beautiful Batik...
$24.00 USD $21.60 USD
Shiva Shakti Vivaha (Marriage)
  • Product Code :852
  • Material :Handmade Paper
  • Size :22"H x 30"W
Specification Product Code :852 Material :Handmade Paper Size :22"H x 30"W Description
$140.00 USD $126.00 USD
Shri Bhairava Deva - Kalamkari Painting
  • Product Code :1852
  • Material :Cotton
  • Size :45" x 32"

The beautiful Kalamkari painting has been nicely painted by the artist. His eight hands are holding different kinds of weapons and the figure is being richly ornate with some garlands on it. Bhairava is the terrifying image of Lord Shiva. The enhancing effulgence of colours and the characters that emerge on cotton fabric, help create a resplendent spread in such paintings. It is unique in its use of colour as a medium to portray mythological characters. Kalamkari has a glorious history. Kalamkari colours are made from vegetable dyes. In addition to themes from the epics, Kalamkari leitmotifs comprise different forms of the lotus flower, the carwheel, parrots, an interlacing pattern of leaves and flowers.

Specification Product Code :1852 Material :Cotton Size :45" x 32" Description The beautiful Kalamkari painting...
$79.00 USD $71.10 USD
Shiva's Attendant Ferocious Virabhadra - Kalamkari Painting 46"
  • Product Code :2963
  • Material :Cotton cloth
  • Size :46" x 36"

    The spectacular kalamkari painting of "Virabhadra" is given a resoplandent treatment with some beautiful colour pattern. Virabhadra was born out of the wrath of "Rudra (Shiva)" when the Lord stepped in to destroy the Yagna of "Daksha Prajapati", after "Dakshayani (Sati)" or Devi self-immolated in yagna fire. Along with him was created, his consort Bhadrakali, from the wrath of Devi. Vīrabhadra was a great warrior who eventually blinded Bhaga and broke, among many other countless gods, Pushan's teeth. Other gods fled the battle field unable to sustain his power. He is the head of Shiva Gana or the followers of Shiva. Sati was the youngest daughter of Daksha, the chief of the gods. When Sati grew up she set her heart on Shiva, worshipping him in secret. In the Swayamvara of Sati, Daksha invited all gods and princes except Shiva. Sati cast her wreath into air, calling upon Shiva to receive the garland; and behold he stood in midst of the court with the wreath about his neck. Daksha had no choice but to marry Sati with Shiva. One day Daksha made arrangements for a great horse sacrifice, and invited all the gods omitting only Shiva. Sati, being greatly humiliated, went to the banquet and Sati released the inward consuming fire and fell dead at Daksha's feet. Narada bore this news to Shiva. Shiva burned with anger, and tore from his head a lock of hair, glowing with energy, and cast upon the earth. The terrible demon Vīrabhadra sprang from it, his tall body reached the high heavens, he was dark as the clouds, he had a thousand arms, three burning eyes, and fiery hair; he wore a garland of skulls and carried terrible weapons. Vīrabhadra bowed at Shiva's feet and asked his will.

    Specification Product Code :2963 Material :Cotton cloth Size :46" x 36" Description The spectacular kalamkari...
    $75.00 USD $67.50 USD
    Shiva Vishdhar-Indian Batik Painting 36"
    • Product Code :400
    • Material :Cotton Cloth
    • Size :36"x45"

    The beautiful image of Vishdhar Shiva in His iconic form is being given a detail treatment and the figure has been painted in a nice manner. The Shiva linga is being shown covered with the sheshnag. A symbol of recreation is painted beautifully. The method of waxing and then dewaxing has given rise to a special effect in the painting.

    Specification Product Code :400 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :36"x45" Description The beautiful image of Vishdhar...
    $25.00 USD $22.50 USD
    Shri Kailasheshwar Shiva - Velvet Painting 26"
    • Product Code :1992
    • Material :Water based colors on velvet cloth
    • Size :26" x 20"

    In this spectacular velvet painting Lord Shiva is standing tall with the trident on his one hand. The Lord is blessing the devotees with his other hand. Lord Shiva, who is one of the Trinity Gods in Hindusim, is also wearing a tiger skin. One of the most popular gods in Hinduism, Lord Shiva is worshiped by across the country and Shiva along with His wife Parvati are considered the most ideal couple by the Hindus. The Lord is responsible for destruction. But this destruction is also an immediate prelude to a new generation

    Specification Product Code :1992 Material :Water based colors on velvet cloth Size :26" x 20"...
    $34.00 USD $30.60 USD
    Shivaratri Festival in Village Temple-Mithila Folkart 22"
    • Product Code :666
    • Material :Handmade Paper
    • Size :22"x30"

      Beautiful trees, human figures, the temple, the Shiv Lingam characterize the nice Madhubani painting. The people are all set to celebrate the Shivratri in a village temple. Popular in the Mithila region of Bihar, this kind of paintings are made by the local women and they use natural colours and powders to make the paintings on cotton clothes. The themes of this painting are mainly categorized into religious, natural scenes of the village, flora and fauna. The religious themes are of two branches – little tradition and great tradition. Shivratri is a popular festival in the region and is celebrated by the people in a big way.

      Specification Product Code :666 Material :Handmade Paper Size :22"x30" Description Beautiful trees, human figures, the...
      $98.00 USD $88.20 USD
      Nateswara Shiva 8"
      • Product Code :1342
      • Material :Patti Paper (Cotton and Paper Togather)
      • Size :8"x6""

        The Four handed God of dance is painted in his rhythmic motion. The Lord Shiva is one of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism and is responsible for destruction. The dancing form of Lord Shiva is a symbolic synthesis of the most important aspects of Hinduism, and the summary of the central tenets of the religion. The Lord is the King of Dancers and it is perfect image of the activity of God. In a unified and dynamic composition expressing the rhythm and harmony of life, Lord Shiva is shown with four hands represent the four cardinal directions. He is dancing, with his left foot elegantly raised and the right foot on a prostrate figure. The upper left hand holds a flame, the lower left hand points down to the dwarf, who is shown holding a cobra. The upper right hand holds an hourglass drum that stands for the male-female vital principle, the lower shows the gesture of assertion. Snakes that stand for egotism are seen uncoiling from his arms, legs, and hair, which is braided and bejewelled. His matted locks are whirling as he dances within an arch of flames representing the endless cycle of birth and death. On his head is a skull, symbolic of his conquest over death.

        Specification Product Code :1342 Material :Patti Paper (Cotton and Paper Togather) Size :8"x6"" Description The...
        $35.00 USD $31.50 USD
        Union of Shiva Shakti 'Ardhanarishwar' Madhubani Painting 30"
        • Product Code :2776
        • Material :Handmade Paper
        • Size : 30" x 22"

          The serene beauty of the Madhubani painting is manifest in the way the painting is being executed. The painting depicts the Lord as Ardhnariswar, half Male and Half Female. The left side is painted as Lord Shiva and the right side Parvati. It shows the duality in every human being. Simple but straight lines are used by the women painters. Madhubani painting is centred around Mithila region of Bihar, where women painters depict mythological and natural figures on cloth, hand-made paper and canvas. This is an age-old tradition and has been handing down from generations to generations.

          Specification Product Code :2776 Material :Handmade Paper Size : 30" x 22" Description The serene...
          $125.00 USD $112.50 USD
          The Divine Union "Ardhanarishwar" - Patachitra Painting 30"
          • Product Code :2354
          • Material :Tussar silk
          • Size : 30" x 16"

            The spectacular Pata painting depicts the existense of dual aspects in us: both feminine and masculine. In this beautiful Pata painting the God is depicted both masculine and feminine form. The concept of Ardhanariswar form of Lord Shiva shows the duality of existence in human being. Both the forces must come together for creation to take place. Patachitra, a spectacular painting in Orissa, was born out of the cult of God Jagannath, the presiding deity of Orissa temple. Spectacular pictorial conceptions, characteristic conventions and vibrant color patterns make the Patachitra a unique treasure in the rich coffer of Indian ethnic art. Primarily executed on cloth, using natural colors, these ethnic paintings have charmed admirers across the globe.

            Specification Product Code :2354 Material :Tussar silk Size : 30" x 16" Description The spectacular...
            $85.00 USD $76.50 USD
            God Shiva Family Cotton Painting with Sequin Work
            • Product Code :B6064
            • Material :Cotton Cloth with Sequin Work
            • Size :40"H x 29"W

            In this beautiful creation Lord Shiva and his complete family is given a refine treatment. The cotton painting with sequins depicts a complete family picture. Lord Shiva is one of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, the other two being Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu. Whereas Lord Brahma is responsible for creation of the universe, Lord Vishnu is responsible for the preservation of the same. On the other hand, Lord Shiva is responsible for the destruction of the universe. However, such a destruction is also seen as a prelude to a new beginning. Parvati and Kartikeya and Ganesha all make a happy ideal family.

            Specification Product Code :B6064 Material :Cotton Cloth with Sequin Work Size :40"H x 29"W Description...
            $12.00 USD $10.80 USD
            Blessing Shiva - Cotton Painting with Sequin Work
            • Product Code :B6059
            • Material :Cotton Cloth with Sequin Work
            • Size :41"H x 30"W

            Here cotton cloth with sequin work creates a masterpiece of the Lord. Lord Shiva is here sitting on a tiger skin with one hand he is blessing his devotees. Eyes are half closed. Trident, the bull (nandi) jewelries that he has been wearing are minutely treated. On the palm of his right hand, Hindu sacred word Om is inscribed. Borders of the painting are nicely crafted. From his head river Ganga is shown as flowing. One of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, Lord Shiva is responsible for the destruction of the universe, the other two being Lord Vishnu and Brahma.

            Specification Product Code :B6059 Material :Cotton Cloth with Sequin Work Size :41"H x 30"W Description...
            $11.00 USD $9.90 USD
            'Kalyansundaram' Marriage of Shiva Parvati
            • Product Code :1546
            • Material :Cotton
            • Size :76" x 46"

            Lord Shiva and Parvati are a testimony of a happy married life and people in Hinduism worship them for a happy conjugal life. The Kalamkari painting on the duo reflects beauty on fabrics. Natural dyes are used to depict mythological characters and the process of creating a painting is quite long.

            Specification Product Code :1546 Material :Cotton Size :76" x 46" Description Lord Shiva and Parvati...
            $190.00 USD $171.00 USD
            God Ardhanarishwara - The combined form of Shiva and Shakti
            • Product Code :1589
            • Material :Handmade Paper
            • Size :30"H x 22"W
            Specification Product Code :1589 Material :Handmade Paper Size :30"H x 22"W Description
            $130.00 USD $117.00 USD
            'Ardhanarishvara' The Combine Form of Shiva Shakti
            • Product Code :2355
            • Material :Cotton cloth
            • Size :74" x 44"

            The beautiful Kalamkari painting is given a refine and divine treatment with some sparkling designs and curves. Lord Shiva is here painted as Ardhnariswar (the right side being Shakti and the left side Shiva). Lord Shiva as the Ardhnariswar represents the existence of duality of men and women in us. A deep sense of satisfaction and accomplishment is manifest on His face. One of the most-worshipped gods in Hinduism, Lord Shiva is one of the Trinity Gods, the other two being Lord Vishnu and Brahma.

            Specification Product Code :2355 Material :Cotton cloth Size :74" x 44" Description The beautiful Kalamkari...
            $165.00 USD $148.50 USD
            'Nataraj' Shiva's Dancing Form
            • Product Code :1049
            • Material :Cotton Cloth
            • Size :50" x 37"

            The beautiful Batik painting of Lord Nataraj is given a beautiful treatment by the painter with some spectacular lines on it. Lord Shiva, one of the Trnity Gods, the other two being Lord Brahma and Vishnu, as the Nataraj (Master Dancer) dances to the rhythm of life and creation. Lord Shiva is responsible for destruction, but this element also has a positive aspect as destruction is the prelude new creation.

            Specification Product Code :1049 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :50" x 37" Description The beautiful Batik...
            $15.00 USD $13.50 USD
            Gangadhar Shiva - Hand Painting on Velvet 26"
            • Product Code :1910
            • Material :Water colors on Velvet
            • Size :26" x 20"

            A greater sense of gracefulness and refinement is manifest in the beautiful painting. Lord Shiva is also known as the Gangadhar, The holiest of the holy rivers, Ganga flows from the matted hair of Shiva. According to a legend, Shiva allowed an outlet to the great river to traverse the earth and bring purifying water to human being. Ganga also denotes fertility - one of the creative aspects of the Rudra.

            Specification Product Code :1910 Material :Water colors on Velvet Size :26" x 20" Description A...
            $34.00 USD $30.60 USD
            Lord Shiv - The Great Ascetic 50"
            • Product Code :1047
            • Material :Cotton cloth
            • Size :50" x 37"
            Description

            The beautiful Batik painting of the Great Ascetic Lord Shiva is given an exemplary treatment. One of the Trinity Gods, the two other being Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva is one of the most important gods in Hindu mythology. The Lord is in a meditative mode. Batik prints of West Bengal, Orissa and Tamil Nadu are known for their originality, uniqueness and fineness. Batik is the art of creating images on the cotton cloth using wax resist method.

            Specification Product Code :1047 Material :Cotton cloth Size :50" x 37" Description The beautiful Batik...
            $18.00 USD $16.20 USD
            Lord Shiv Shambhu - Velvet Painting 26"
            • Product Code :3018
            • Material :Patti Paper (Cotton and Paper Togather)
            • Size : 19" x 13"

              The beautiful painting of Lord Shiva, one of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, the other two being Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu, is given a refine treatment. The Lord is painted in a seated posture with crossed-leg. He is painted holding the trident. Lord Shiva is responsible for the destruction of the evil forces. Such a destruction is the immediate prelude to a new generation. The Lord is worshipped by the Hindus and He is considered the most ideal husband.

              Specification Product Code :3018 Material :Patti Paper (Cotton and Paper Togather) Size : 19" x...
              $34.00 USD $30.60 USD
              Enraged Shiva - Paata Painting 7"
              • Product Code :2629
              • Material :Patti Paper (Cotton and Paper Togather)
              • Size : 7" x 5"

              Sati, meaning `true` was one of the daughters of Daksha. Sati is a Hindu goddess of marital felicity and long life and is worshipped by all Hindu women for the long life of their husbands. Sati is the first consort of Lord Shiva and his second wife is Parvati, the incarnation of Sati. In the Puranas it is mentioned that Sati lures Shiva from leading a lonely life into creative involvement in the world. Sati or Dakshayani is also known as Uma, Aparna and Sivakamini. She was named Gauri for her fair and golden complexion. She is also known as Dakshayani for being the daughter of Daksha. To win the heart of Lord Shiva, Sati abandoned the lap of royal luxury and went to the forest, where she devoted herself to austerities and the worship of Shiva. After a long time of rigorous penance, Shiva was finally pleased with Sati`s devotion and married her much against the wishes of Daksha. Daksha being an arrogant king cut off all his relations with Sati and deprived her from his family. Later, Daksha once organized a huge Yajna to which all the Gods were invited, except Sati and Shiva. Sati went to the Yagnya against the wishes of Lord Shiva. Shiva then provided her with a guide to attend the Yajna. Sati was greeted coldly by her father Daksha. They were soon in the midst of a heated argument about the demerits of Shiva. Daksha criticized Shiva in the face of all gods. Sati could not stand such abuse and she immolated herself. When Lord Shiva came to know about this devastation, he was furious. He created Virabhadra and Bhadrakali, two fierce creatures who wreaked chaos and disorder in the Yajna area. Everyone present in the Yajna along with Daksha was terrified. An enraged Lord Shiva performed the fearsome Tandava dance with Sati`s charred body on his shoulders. During this dance, Sati`s body came apart and fell into pieces at different places on earth and these places came to be famous pilgrimage sites for Hindus.

              Specification Product Code :2629 Material :Patti Paper (Cotton and Paper Togather) Size : 7" x...
              $34.00 USD $30.60 USD
              Eternal Energy Ardhnarishwar - Madhubani Painting 22"
              • Product Code :B2795
              • Material :Cow dung treated handmade paper
              • Size :22"H x 15"W

                The beautiful Madhubani painting depicts the Lord Shiva as Ardhnariswar, half Male and Half Female. The painting conceptualizes the mythological beliefs of the people of Mithila about the Lord Shiva. As Ardhnariswar, Lord Shiva represents the dual existence of male and female in any human form. The left side is painted as Lord Shiva and the right side Parvati. Madhubani painting is centred around Mithila region of Bihar, where women painters depict mythological and natural figures on cloth, hand-made paper and canvas. This is an age-old tradition and has been handing down from generations to generations.


                Colors : Vegetable and Natural Colors

                Specification Product Code :B2795 Material :Cow dung treated handmade paper Size :22"H x 15"W Description...
                $140.00 USD $126.00 USD
                Eternal Family of Shiva - Batik Painiting 64"
                • Product Code :2343
                • Material :Cotton Cloth
                • Size : 64" x 43"

                  The beautiful Batik painting portrays Lord Shiva and his wife Parvati along with their son Ganesha in a most refine and detail manner. Lord Shiva is shown in blue colour and Parvati is wearing a red cloth. A sense of love, affection and care is manifest in the beautiful painting that tells the story of a perfect couple. The background Kailash mountain is also shown in a most beautiful manner. The method of waxing and dewaxing has given rise to a spectacular effect to the painting.

                  Specification Product Code :2343 Material :Cotton Cloth Size : 64" x 43" Description The beautiful...
                  $37.00 USD $33.30 USD
                  About Shiva Paintings
                  Shiva is one of the chief deities of Hinduism. His name means "Auspicious One." Shiva is a paradoxical deity, both a destroyer and a restorer. We offer Lord Shiva paintings which are available in various sizes and patterns, these paintings represent the skillful techniques from traditional temple art styles to the contemporary ones.