Brass Shivaling Protected by Sheshnag and Nandi

Brass Shivaling Protected by Sheshnag and Nandi

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  • Product Code :B6128
  • Material :Brass
  • Size :3.50"H x 2.10"W x 3.50"D
  • Weight :430 gm.
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    The beautiful brass Shivling is being protected by the Sheshnag and Nandi and is being nicely carved out with some deep sense of finesse and delight. Shivling is a key element for any devotee of Lord Shiva. A Shivling is the most sacred part in any temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Seshnag is depicted with a massive form that floats coiled on the ocean, to form the bed on which Lord Vishnu rests. Seshnag is a large thousand headed serpent often referred to as the king of all serpents in the Hindu mythology. It is said that all the planets of the universe are located on its heads and each time he shifts Earth from one head to another an earthquake takes place. It is said that when he uncoils, time moves forward and creation takes place. When he coils back, the universe ceases to exist. This mythical 5 headed-snake stands with its fangs open over the head of Lord Vishnu. The coiled body of the snake forms the throne on which Lord Vishnu is reclining. Thus, this snake is worshipped by Hindus as it is the seat of Lord Vishnu.

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    • Product Code :B6128
    • Material :Brass
    • Size :3.50"H x 2.10"W x 3.50"D
    • Weight :430 gm.

      The beautiful brass Shivling is being protected by the Sheshnag and Nandi and is being nicely carved out with some deep sense of finesse and delight. Shivling is a key element for any devotee of Lord Shiva. A Shivling is the most sacred part in any temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Seshnag is depicted with a massive form that floats coiled on the ocean, to form the bed on which Lord Vishnu rests. Seshnag is a large thousand headed serpent often referred to as the king of all serpents in the Hindu mythology. It is said that all the planets of the universe are located on its heads and each time he shifts Earth from one head to another an earthquake takes place. It is said that when he uncoils, time moves forward and creation takes place. When he coils back, the universe ceases to exist. This mythical 5 headed-snake stands with its fangs open over the head of Lord Vishnu. The coiled body of the snake forms the throne on which Lord Vishnu is reclining. Thus, this snake is worshipped by Hindus as it is the seat of Lord Vishnu.

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