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Brass Dancing Nataraj Shiva.  Hindu.  Antique Finish.  Hindu.  India.

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The dancing form of Lord Shiva is a symbolic synthesis of the most important aspects of Hinduism.  This representation was developed in southern India by 9th and 10th century artists in a series of beautiful bronze sculptures.  The dance of Shiva symbolizes the cosmic cycles of creation and destruction . . .  including the daily rhythm of birth and death.

This is a quality casting of this traditional statue.


Stand not included.


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