Lord Shiva with Parvati Seated on Nandi Tanjore Painting | Traditional Colors With 24K Gold | Teakwood Frame | Gold & Wood | Handmade | Made In India

Lord Shiva with Parvati Seated on Nandi Tanjore Painting | Traditional Colors With 24K Gold | Teakwood Frame | Gold & Wood | Handmade | Made In India

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Lord Shiva, also known as Mahadev, along with Lord Vishnu and Brahma, makes the divine triad known as “Trimurti”. Shiva is the presiding deity of Tamo Guna and thus, is responsible for the destruction of the material world. His eternal consort, Goddess Parvati, being the energy and internal potency of the Lord, assists Him in all His activities. The relationship between this couple is above the material platform which temporary and conditional. Just like heat cannot be separated from the fire, likewise, Goddess Parvati cannot ever be separated from her Lord Shiva. She is always engaged in the loving service of the Lord. 

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Item Code: PAA257
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TANJORE PAINTING TRADITIONAL COLORS WITH 24 KARAT GOLD
27.5 inch x 21.5 inch x 3.5 inch (With Frame)23 inch x 17 inch (Without Frame)
5.55 kg
Handmade
Handmade
100% Made in India
100% Made in India
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The painting that you see here gloriously depicts Lord Shiva with Goddess Parvati seated on the Lord’s mount Nandi, the sacred white bull. Nandi is a loyal devotee of Lord Shiva who is always ready to serve Him lovingly at any moment. He is adorned with a beautiful chain of tinkling bells around his neck. The lord is unprecedently clad in a pitambar (bright yellow) dhoti down to His ankles and adorned with a flower garland around His neck. In place of a serpent coiled around His neck, many neckpieces can be seen. His matted hair is gathered up to make a crown on His head. His Next to Him, the merciful Goddess Parvati is attired in a bright red saree and ornamented with several jewels. Her body complexion is light green, just like the fresh leaves emerging in the spring season. Two denizens from the sky offer a flower garland to this divine couple. Note the gigantic Kirtimukha aureole behind them that makes up an aesthetic appearance in the painting. 

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