Lord Shiva Shankar Brass Statue

Lord Shiva Shankar Brass Statue

$75.00
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  • Product Code :B6403
  • Material :Brass
  • Size :5.30"H x 3.80"W x 3.10"D
  • Weight :1.280 kg.
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    Lord Shiva Shankar is here in a meditative posture. The figure is nicely treated with a minute touch. One of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, Lord Shiva is responsible for the destruction of the order. But such a destruction also means a prelude to a fresh beginning. He is also called Neelkanth. According to the scriptures, during churning of the milky ocean, the poison or 'Halahal' also came out of the ocean which terrified the Gods and Demons. It was so toxic that it might have destroyed all of creation. Lord Shiva then came to rescue and swallowed the poison and held it in his throat. Lord Shiva therefore became 'Neelkanth'. The swallowing of poison could have burned the throat but keeping the Moon and the Ganges in the lock of hair soothed Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is also known as Aashutosh (one fulfilling wishes instantly); Aja (unborn); Akshayaguna (God with limitless attributes); Anagha (without any fault); Anantadrishti (of infinite vision); Augadh (who revels all the time); Avyayaprabhu (imperishable Lord) and Bhairav (Lord Of terror)

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    • Product Code :B6403
    • Material :Brass
    • Size :5.30"H x 3.80"W x 3.10"D
    • Weight :1.280 kg.

      Lord Shiva Shankar is here in a meditative posture. The figure is nicely treated with a minute touch. One of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, Lord Shiva is responsible for the destruction of the order. But such a destruction also means a prelude to a fresh beginning. He is also called Neelkanth. According to the scriptures, during churning of the milky ocean, the poison or 'Halahal' also came out of the ocean which terrified the Gods and Demons. It was so toxic that it might have destroyed all of creation. Lord Shiva then came to rescue and swallowed the poison and held it in his throat. Lord Shiva therefore became 'Neelkanth'. The swallowing of poison could have burned the throat but keeping the Moon and the Ganges in the lock of hair soothed Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is also known as Aashutosh (one fulfilling wishes instantly); Aja (unborn); Akshayaguna (God with limitless attributes); Anagha (without any fault); Anantadrishti (of infinite vision); Augadh (who revels all the time); Avyayaprabhu (imperishable Lord) and Bhairav (Lord Of terror)

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