Superfine Harihara Vishnu- Shiva Brass Statue
Superfine Harihara Vishnu- Shiva Brass Statue
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Harihara is a lesser-known deity from the Hindu pantheon. He emerges from the amalgamation of Vishnu and Shiva, the preserver and destroyer of the trinity right after Brahma the creator. The sublime serenity of Vishnu meets the fierce stance of Shiva in this composite deity. A number of defining contrasts characterise this composition. Shiva's jaatmukuta to Vishnu's golden crown; Shiva's flayed tresses to Vishnu's neatly arranged locks; Shiva's loincloth to Vishnu's dhoti graciously descending down the legnth of His leg. The anterior arms belong to Shiva, one of which is raised in blessing and the other carries a mace.

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Views: 48
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Harihara is a lesser-known deity from the Hindu pantheon. He emerges from the amalgamation of Vishnu and Shiva, the preserver and destroyer of the trinity right after Brahma the creator. The sublime serenity of Vishnu meets the fierce stance of Shiva in this composite deity. A number of defining contrasts characterise this composition. Shiva's jaatmukuta to Vishnu's golden crown; Shiva's flayed tresses to Vishnu's neatly arranged locks; Shiva's loincloth to Vishnu's dhoti graciously descending down the legnth of His leg. The anterior arms belong to Shiva, one of which is raised in blessing and the other carries a mace.

Harihara Brass Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/sculptures/21-harihara-example-of-eclectic-indian-iconography-in-brass-handmade-made-in-india-zed11/

Shiva Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/shiva/

Hindu God: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/

#hariharastatue #vishnushivastatue #brassstatue #hindugod #hariharabrassstatue #handmade #hariharaidol