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NATARAJA SHIVA STATUES
COLD CAST BRONZE SHIVA STATUE
shiva nataraja 
Shiva Nataraja Dancing  Shiva Nataraja Dancing  Shiva Nataraja Dancing 
Shiva Nataraja Dancing
  Shiva Nataraja Dancing
10.25 inches high
Halo diameter and width is 8.5 inches across
Depth 2.75 inches at the base.
Shiva figure is 2 inches deep with a base 4.75 inches wide


Cold Cast Bronze statue with hand painted color embellishements.

Within the arch of flames, Shiva dances.
 Shown as the source of all movement within the cosmos, the purpose of the dance is to release humans from the illusion of the physical world. The gestures of the cosmic dance represent Shiva's five activities: creation (symbolized by the drum), protection (by the 'fear not' hand gesture), destruction (by the fire), embodiment (by the foot planted on the ground), and release
(by the foot held aloft).

As the Lord of Dance, Shiva represents destruction and creation as he transforms the illusory world of Maya into power and enlightenment.


$89.89

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