Ardhnarishvara-Brass Sculpture

Ardhnarishvara-Brass Sculpture

$526.50 USD
The brass statue of combined form of Shiva Shakti , also called Ardhanarisvar, is a paradigm of artistic excellence. Whereas the left side of the statue is of a female ie Parvati (shakti), the right side represent the male figure Shiva . The left leg is well decorated whereas the right one is left undecorated. Every single part of the statue be it the legs, the hands in dancing posture, the prominent breast, the serpent, the headgear , all have been prominently treated.
Shiva and Shakti are inseparable aspects of the Nari (woman) & Ishwar (lord). The sentient and the insentient are the two categories that constitute nature. Nothing exists outside the pale of these two.
Theology abounds in terms such as Uma-Maheshwar, Lakshmi-Narayana, Radha-Krishna, Sita-Rama, Shiva-Shakti, Purusha-Prakriti, Ardhanarishwar, spirit and matter, signifying the twin aspects of Ardhnarisvar. These are all indicative of the fact that existence is a mixture of the sentient and the insentient.
The powers and activities of all beings are manifestations of Shakti alone. Without Shakti , Shiva has no ex-pression; and without Shiva, Shakti has no existence. Shiva is the silent witness. He is motionless and absolutely changeless.
He is not at all affected by the cosmic play. It is Shakti who does everything. She is the power by which the whole universe is permeated and energised. She is the personification of all wealth, power, beauty and virtue. It is she who bestows wealth- both material and spiritual- dispels difficulties and annihilates the evil ones.
The 13th chapter of the Bhagavad Gita is the Yoga of discrimination of the Kshetra and the Kshetrajna. The body is called Kshetra, the field. There is an intelligent principle that not only resides in the body but also cognises and governs it. The sages designate that discerning principle as Kshetrajna.
Therefore true knowledge is the understanding of both matter and Spirit. The knowledge pertaining to Prakriti or matter is classified as Apara Vidya or the lower knowledge and that pertaining to the Purusha or Spirit as Para Vidya or the knowledge superior.
The Mother's grace is boundless. Her compassion is illimitable. Her knowledge is infinite. Her power is immeasurable. Her splendour is indescribable. Approach her with an open heart. Lay bare your heart to her with frankness and humility. Make a total unreserved self-surrender to her. Worship her with faith and unflinching devotion.
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The brass statue of combined form of Shiva Shakti , also called Ardhanarisvar, is a paradigm of artistic excellence. Whereas the left side of the statue is of a female ie Parvati (shakti), the right side represent the male figure Shiva . The left leg is well decorated whereas the right one is left undecorated. Every single part of the statue be it the legs, the hands in dancing posture, the prominent breast, the serpent, the headgear , all have been prominently treated.
Shiva and Shakti are inseparable aspects of the Nari (woman) & Ishwar (lord). The sentient and the insentient are the two categories that constitute nature. Nothing exists outside the pale of these two.
Theology abounds in terms such as Uma-Maheshwar, Lakshmi-Narayana, Radha-Krishna, Sita-Rama, Shiva-Shakti, Purusha-Prakriti, Ardhanarishwar, spirit and matter, signifying the twin aspects of Ardhnarisvar. These are all indicative of the fact that existence is a mixture of the sentient and the insentient.
The powers and activities of all beings are manifestations of Shakti alone. Without Shakti , Shiva has no ex-pression; and without Shiva, Shakti has no existence. Shiva is the silent witness. He is motionless and absolutely changeless.
He is not at all affected by the cosmic play. It is Shakti who does everything. She is the power by which the whole universe is permeated and energised. She is the personification of all wealth, power, beauty and virtue. It is she who bestows wealth- both material and spiritual- dispels difficulties and annihilates the evil ones.
The 13th chapter of the Bhagavad Gita is the Yoga of discrimination of the Kshetra and the Kshetrajna. The body is called Kshetra, the field. There is an intelligent principle that not only resides in the body but also cognises and governs it. The sages designate that discerning principle as Kshetrajna.
Therefore true knowledge is the understanding of both matter and Spirit. The knowledge pertaining to Prakriti or matter is classified as Apara Vidya or the lower knowledge and that pertaining to the Purusha or Spirit as Para Vidya or the knowledge superior.
The Mother's grace is boundless. Her compassion is illimitable. Her knowledge is infinite. Her power is immeasurable. Her splendour is indescribable. Approach her with an open heart. Lay bare your heart to her with frankness and humility. Make a total unreserved self-surrender to her. Worship her with faith and unflinching devotion.

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