Seated Lord Shiva Idol For Puja Mandir Temple Hindu D?cor Brass 12 Inch 4.46 Kg
Seated Lord Shiva Idol For Puja Mandir Temple Hindu D?cor Brass 12 Inch 4.46 Kg
Seated Lord Shiva Idol For Puja Mandir Temple Hindu D?cor Brass 12 Inch 4.46 Kg
Seated Lord Shiva Idol For Puja Mandir Temple Hindu D?cor Brass 12 Inch 4.46 Kg
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Seated Lord Shiva Idol For Puja Mandir Temple Hindu D?cor Brass 12 Inch 4.46 Kg

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Color: Golden
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Material: Brass Metal
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  • PERFECT FOR YOUR HOME ALTAR This Lord Shiva statue is made the traditional way and is a reverent idol to use for your offerings
  • PERFECT SIZE-Height-12 inch,Length-7 inch,Width-3 inch,Weight-4.460 kg
  • ARTISAN CRAFTED Skilled Indian artists of Muradabad hand make each statue using traditional sand casting techniques
  • PREMIUM MATERIALS This representation of the statue is produced using the finest quality brass
  • EXOTIC DECORATION Use the statue to bring a touch of Indian culture to your decor
This brass idol of Lord Shiva, is meant for performing puja at your home, or for simply decorating your home in Hindu way. Artisans of Muradabad in north India have crafted this statue using age-old sand casting technique. In Hinduism Shiva also known as?Mahadeva, is a popular Hindu deity. Shiva is regarded as one of the primary forms of God. Shiva has many benevolent and fearsome forms. In benevolent aspects, he is depicted as an omniscient?Yogi?who lives an ascetic life on?Mount Kailash,as well as a householder with wife?Parvati?and his two children,?Ganesha?and?Kartikeya?and in fierce aspects, he is often depicted slaying demons. The main iconographical attributes of Shiva are the third eye on his forehead, the snake?Vasuki?around his neck, the crescent?moon?adorning, the holy river?Ganga?flowing from his matted hair, the?trishula?as his weapon and the?damaru?as his instrument.