Shiva Ganesh 7.75"

SKU: 5307

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  • Product Code :5307
  • Material :Brass
  • Size :7.75"H x 8.25"W x 4.25"D
  • Weight :3.750 Kg.
    Description

    In this spectacular brass figure, Lord Shiva, one of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, and his son Lord Ganesha are nicely carved out with a deep sense of finesse and artistry. Here the Lord Shiva is portrayed as Gangadhara nd his son is also shown seating beside Shiva. The father-son deo deities are worshipped by the Hindus with lot of esteem and whereas the Lord Shiva is the God responsible for the destruction of evil forces, Lord Ganesha is the Remover of Obstacles. He is also the Lord of Learning and Wisdom. Hindus believe that the river Ganga has its source in Shiva and flows from his matted hair, that is why it is symbolically represented by depicting Ganga as a jet of water sprinkling out of the head of the Lord and falling on the ground. 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"

    Description

    Specification
    • Product Code :5307
    • Material :Brass
    • Size :7.75"H x 8.25"W x 4.25"D
    • Weight :3.750 Kg.
      Description

      In this spectacular brass figure, Lord Shiva, one of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, and his son Lord Ganesha are nicely carved out with a deep sense of finesse and artistry. Here the Lord Shiva is portrayed as Gangadhara nd his son is also shown seating beside Shiva. The father-son deo deities are worshipped by the Hindus with lot of esteem and whereas the Lord Shiva is the God responsible for the destruction of evil forces, Lord Ganesha is the Remover of Obstacles. He is also the Lord of Learning and Wisdom. Hindus believe that the river Ganga has its source in Shiva and flows from his matted hair, that is why it is symbolically represented by depicting Ganga as a jet of water sprinkling out of the head of the Lord and falling on the ground. 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"

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