You can buy this 11 faced and 46 hand idol of Lord Shiva carefully sculpted with original mammoth ivory. This figurine is elegantly carved using the finest mammoth ivory by the expert and skilled artisans. Consequently, take a look at the rare supreme God Shiva’s statue in meditation pose intricately sculpted by Master Carver.
Look at the convoluted work done on “Ring Of Fire” sculpted around Lord Shiva on this sculpture. Notice how the artist has deeply crafted the peaceful expression on Lord Shiva’s face.
The crown and moon are constant attributes of Shiva. Consequently look at the flames in the statue which means the destruction of the world in order to build again from new.
CARVING OF LORD SHIVA IN MAMMOTH IVORY
Lord Shiva is the Supreme God in Hinduism. Above all, Shiva is also known as “Rudra” the Creator, maintainer and the destroyer of this whole universe. Therefore, Shiva is the Supreme being that creates, protects and transforms the universe. Consequently, this Master artists created visual images of meditating Lord Shiva in a beautiful series of mammoth ivory.
Hence, the ring of fire around Shiva’s statute represents the eternal or complete cyclic nature of existence, destruction, creation, death, and rebirth. The handcrafted carving with mammoth ivory gives a high-quality antique look without sacrificing the details. Additionally, all Mammoth Ivory Tusks are absolutely legal worldwide.
The most appropriate place for a Shiva Statue is on an altar table, but any area where no nearby objects would be too close to the statue is appropriate as well.
On your altar, always keep just one idol of a Lord Shiva statue. Even more, keeping two or more Shiva idols counteracts their energy. Therefore, you only need one to be effective!
Finally don’t place the statue near the end of a bed or under anything.
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