CODE NO.: 6245
A masterpiece sculpture as grand and illustrious as the spiritual stonework of Cholas, Nayakas and Hoysala eras. The hallmark of brilliant craftsmanship is oozing from each and every inch of this single block natural stone sculpture. The dancing Shiva statue symbolises the role of the God as creator, preserver and destroyer of the universe. This Natraj statue conveys the Indian conception of an eternal cycle of time. On the surface of the statue, the hair of lord Shiva has been depicted as flowing wildly, while dancing on one leg and holding the other foot up representing his mastery over the universe. As per Hindu scriptures, Nataraja stone idol is regarded as a formidable symbol of creation and destruction and venerated as a deity bringing harmony and balance to the universe. The presence of the Shiva statue in Nataraj mudra is recommended for residential and commercial properties especially when you are setting up things for a new beginning.
It is a 'made in India' product from Stonemart™ with assurance of the delivery of the exact same product that you can see on the website. Place this dancing Shiva statue in the living room, puja room, Music/ dance and art classes, office premises, temple, farmhouse, resort, clubs, real estate societies, hotel, academic and research institutions, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and various sorts of commercial establishments. Place the Nataraja idol in the Northeast (Ishanya) of the house or premises, as it is deemed as the abode of Lord Shiva. Always make sure that when you are placing the Natraj idol, then never place other deities or even other kinds of Shiva figurines around it.
Place this Nataraja stone statue on a table/ a platform or a pedestal and never place it on the floor. Despite its huge size, you can place the whole statue directly without getting involved in any type of civil work. Understanding the extremely delicate nature of the work accomplished upon the sculpture, the back and base of the statue have been fitted with wooden plates to prevent any kind of chipping of the delicate edges at the time of shipping.
Let's have a look at features of these hand carved Nataraja sculpture: