Shiv Parivar (Lord Shiva,Goddess Parvati,Ganeshji & Kartikeyan) In Brass (15 Cms)

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Beautifully Handcrafted In Brass.
For Worshiping & Blessings Of Lord Shiva.
Size- Height-13 Cms., Width-15 Cms., Depth-09 Cms. Weight-1800 Grams.
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    Numeroastro Beautifully Handcrafted Shiv Parivar (Lord Shiva,Goddess Parvati,Ganeshji & Kartikeyan) In Brass (15 Cms)-Shiv Shiv is the third member of the Hindu trinity representing godhead in its aspect of annihilator, in charge of the ?constructor ? destructor? in the continuous process of creation, preservation, destruction and recreation or transformation. He is the god of austerity. He is clad in deer-skin, besmears his body with holy ash, has matted hair, and is adorned with snake around his neck and arms. It is said that he has consumed a cup of poison, which has made his neck blue in color giving him the appellation ?Neel Kantha? the blue-necked god. :: Uma (Parvati) This divine consort of Shiv i.e. Uma or Parvati, the daughter of Himavan, is the Shakti or power (energy) that supplies the energy to Shiv. She manifests herself in various forms such as, Uma, Kali, and Durga. As Uma she did severe tapasya to obtain Shiv as her lord and husband. :: Ganesh The Lord of the Ganas, the commander of the spiritual forces, also called Vighnaraja, the remover of all obstacles, is represented in a very peculiar form with a human trunk and elephant?s head, with a mouse for his vehicle. The uninitiated may laugh at this, but he is only laughing at his own ignorance of high symbology underlying this representation. Ganesh also is given two spouses. Riddhi and Siddhi, i.e. prosperity and achievements which of course go together. :: Kartikeya The god with six heads, the supreme commander of the divine army was in war against the Asuras (demons) who represent all evil and undivine forces. The six heads stand for the use of power of discrimination in the six different directions, to help under control the six qualities that pull down man from his spiritual progress, viz Kama (desire), Krodha (anger), Lobha (greed), Moha (attachment), Mada (indulgence) and Matasarya.

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