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View the Brass Nataraja Statue with Oval Arch 28" at Hindu Gods & Buddha Statues

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I had her on my mind these last couple of days, so I decided to dedicate today's reel to Kuan Yin. Known as the Goddess of Mercy and Compassion, the Bodhisattva Kuan Yin (Guan Yin) is a Chinese com...

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Bronze Dancing Shiva as Nataraja Sculpture 21"  See - http://www.ancient.eu/article/831/

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Lord Shiva as Nataraja was first illustrated in the Chola bronze statues where he was shown dancing on an aureole of flames, with one foot on the dwarf, Ap

Lord Shiva as Nataraja was first illustrated in the Chola bronze statues where he was shown dancing on an aureole of flames, with one foot on the dwarf, Ap

In his hands Shiva as Lord Nataraja holds a drum or dhamru that makes the final sound of death as well as the primeval vibrations of life.  In his left hand Nataraja holds Agni, a fire that burns and destroys yet also illuminates and energizes.  Around him is a fiery prahabhamandala, which is the great wheel of samsara filled with the infinite cycle of births and rebirths..

In his hands Shiva as Lord Nataraja holds a drum or dhamru that makes the final sound of death as well as the primeval vibrations of life. In his left hand Nataraja holds Agni, a fire that burns and destroys yet also illuminates and energizes. Around him is a fiery prahabhamandala, which is the great wheel of samsara filled with the infinite cycle of births and rebirths..

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