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Nataraja Dancing Urdhva Tandava
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Shiva is the Lord of Dances or Nataraja. Here is performing Urdhava Tandava a part of Blissful aspect of the dance form ( In opposition to Rudra Tandava which is about anger and destruction )
Buy Brass Nataraja Statue, Nataraja is a brilliant invention. It combines in a single image Shiva‘s roles as creator, preserver, and destroyer of the universe and conveys the Indian conception of the never-ending cycle of time.
Nataraja holds fire in one hand, representing the fire element. A damaru in his other hand depicts the space element. Many forces in the universe are represented by a shape similar to that of a damaru, like a chromosome, or shapes of galaxies and so on. Time also is said to have a conical representation. ∞ is the symbol (shape of the damru) and represents infinity.
Shiva’s hair is open and flying representing the air element. One foot on ground symbolizes prithvi (earth element), another in the air. One hand is the symbolic abhaya hasta offering protection and the other points to his feet symbolizing surrender. With one foot already in the air, he has already taken a step towards the devotee.
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