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Brass Shiva Natraja Statue

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Bring the glorious Nataraja Statue to your home decor

Natraja represents the Hindu God Shiva in his cosmic dancer form. It is also called a representation of Him as the Lord of Dance. I is one of the common elements of decor in dancing studios, especially in South India. However, the importance of the same as a home decor element cannot be ignored. 

 

In the most common types of brass Nataraja statue, Shiva is shown performing a cosmic dance with four arms and flying locks. These statues also show him dancing on a dwarf called Apasmara (the symbol of ignorance, forgetfulness, and heedlessness). His dance is shown to kill such qualities and bring prosperity. 
The Nataraja statue also depicts Lord Shiva holding his Damaru and performing the Abhaya mudra (the gesture of fearlessness). The same displays him having a circular halo of flame, also called Jwala Mala, depicting the entire universe. His hand also carries Agni in a vessel and shows Him in his destroyer form that plans to kill all the negative energy. In classical Sanskrit, this dance form and representation of Nataraja is called Bhujunatrasa, or the trembling of a snake.

 

Natraja represents the Hindu God Shiva in his cosmic dancer form. It is also called a representation of Him as the Lord of Dance. I is one of the common elements of decor in dancing studios, especially in South India. However, the importance of the same as a home decor element cannot be ignored. 

In the most common types of brass Nataraja statue, Shiva is shown performing a cosmic dance with four arms and flying locks. These statues also show him dancing on a dwarf called Apasmara (the symbol of ignorance, forgetfulness, and heedlessness). His dance is shown to kill such qualities and bring prosperity. 
The Nataraja statue also depicts Lord Shiva holding his Damaru and performing the Abhaya mudra (the gesture of fearlessness).

The same displays him having a circular halo of flame, also called Jwala Mala, depicting the entire universe. His hand also carries Agni in a vessel and shows Him in his destroyer form that plans to kill all the negative energy. In classical Sanskrit, this dance form and representation of Nataraja is called Bhujunatrasa, or the trembling of a snake.

Why buy a Nataraja statue online?

You can explore the best range in the Nataraja statue online through our store. These idols are perfect for your living room decor or to gift to a friend. Our craftsmen craft each piece with due care. When you see one of our crafts at your home, you can instantly feel the presence of the Lord and evoke devotion. It helps to bring in spiritual vibrations and bring in peace and solace. 

If you know a dance enthusiast and wish to encourage them, you need to invest in these beautiful brass statues from our store. We will quickly deliver them to their doorstep.

Unlike other online retailers, with us, you get the best brass Nataraja statue that will last a lifetime and needs little maintenance. Our high-end raw material, craftsmanship, and designs ensure that our products remain the epitome of detail, polish, and finishes. You can easily choose from a plethora of designs and sizes available in the same.

You can also choose the Nataraja statue that depicts the diverse mudras in rich elements like brass, metal, etc., at an affordable price. So, when you decide to gift Lord Natraja to your loved ones, you show them your affection and care for them. Whether you wish to buy a small-sized idol or a large size one for your living room, you will find all these in our store. 

Natraja depicts the Ananda Tattva, which means bliss. Each atom of the statue is filled with immense pleasure and joy, and dancing Shiva brings inert peace, happiness over the desires, etc. The killing of the Apasmara represents eliminating hidden ires. The statue teaches us to stay calm and cautious about inert desires and bring eternal bliss and joy. Placing the dancing gesture also means that you have access to -

  • Creation
  • Protection
  • Embodiment
  • Release

When you invest in these brass statues, you are investing in a piece of history. These Shiva statues originated in the 9th and 10th centuries during the Chola period. By investing in these, you bring the divine king of dancers to your home and get rid of Maya and evoke knowledge and power. The statue also depicts the core of all universes, i.e., Lord Shiva, as a part of all significant developments, evokes divine grace. Placing such a figure instantly brings happiness and prosperity to the place. It adds grandeur to your home decor and brings positive energy to the entire atmosphere. You experience total energy and enthusiasm at your site.