Dimension(HWL): 8 x 6.5 x 2 inch
Height: 8 inch
Interpretation of the home statue decor:
- The disheveled hair of Lord Shiva symbolizes him to be a Sannyasi.
- The fiery rings, encircling Lord Shiva represent the universe with all its illusion, pain, and suffering.
- The half-moon, in his hair Lord Shiva, to bestow the material pleasure. The moon is also the deity of time, that’s why Lord Shiva is called the Maha Kalaa,
- Lord Shiva has three eyes, one is the sun, the second is the moon, and the third on the forehead is called the eye of wisdom.
- The cobra creeping around his neck, chest, and upper arms represent cosmic energy.
- Holding Damru in his upper right hand, gesturing Abhay mudra in the front right hand. The back left hand carry Agni, and the front left hand is posed in Gajahasta mudra.
- Lord Shiva dances above the body of a demon named Apasmara. (a symbol of human ignorance)
“Nataraj” the rarity dancing form of Lord Shiva :
- Lord Shiva is the destroyer and recreator of the universe.
- Lord dance to Tandava when he was in grief.
- This form of dance represents five actions of God: creation, sustenance, dissolution, and covering from all the illusion and initiation.
Where and how it needs to be placed:
- Ishanya is the best-recommended place to set the statue. Either in the house or even in the garden concerning the following corner.
- You can install the statue on the altar desk, sideboard, or on a heightened table.
- The showcase of your living room, the office can also be proved to be a favorable one.
- The dance performers widely worship the Nataraj form of Lord Shiva so you can place him at the home/training room temple or in your school.
Guide to looking after the decorative stone:
- The most advantage of the pink stone is that it is a nonporous material.
- The handling and caring also made easy for its quality.
- Just use a soft brush or a cloth you can dust the statue.
- No specific interval has to follow for cleaning, a periodic wiping is enough to ward off the dust.