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Among religious sculptures, Shiva Marbles are a very popular type, Shiva is the most popular of all the Hindu gods. He was worshipped throughout the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. Shiva is the third god in the Hindu Trinity. The Triumvirate is a triumvirate of gods responsible for creating, preserving, and destroying the world. He is revered as God, responsible for maintaining the cycle of life; As the patron saint of yoga and meditation, he is believed to be invisible and omnipresent. He is the Atman (eternal soul) of the universe itself. Let us explore the mystical image of Shiva…

What is the gender of Shiva?

Like many mythical gods, Siva’s gender is not fixed due to his omniscience, but changes from phase to phase. Since they are gods, their physical forms are rather not as fixed as humans, what matters is spiritual forms, and in that they two are unified… hence… they are both male and female. Shiva along with his wife Parvati is represented in the Ardhanarishwar form – which is a half male and half female icon.

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The image symbol of Shiva sculpture

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Each element of the Shiva sculpture has a unique symbolic significance. Shiva has a third eye on his head, he is the god of destruction, and the universe is destroyed in flames. This eye of Shiva can breathe flames, and at the end of every universe, all the gods and animals in the universe are destroyed in the fire of his eyes. Shiva decorated it with the moon because he was a great yogi who was always in a state of intoxication, but he was sitting there wide awake. To enjoy the feeling of intoxication, you must be sober. Shiva’s trident represents the three basic aspects of life. These three aspects are symbolized in many ways as the three basic dimensions of life. No matter what is happening on the outside, there is a space within you that is undisturbed by the outside world, and you have achieved a new inner balance. Snakes are very sensitive to energy. There is a snake around Shiva’s throat. Once the larynx chakra is active, that person becomes so strong inside that no matter what happens outside, he is no longer affected.

Why is Shiva sculpture so popular?

Statues of Shiva are the most popular of all Hindu gods. In particular, the marble statue of the seated Shiva, the bronze statue of the Shiva dance. He was worshipped throughout the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. Lord Shiva is said to grant his followers Moksha(deliverance from reincarnation), as well as eternal happiness and blessings. Hindus believe that even now, his power of destruction and diversion is being used to demolish illusions and imperfections in this world, paving the way for beneficial change. According to the Hindu belief, this destruction is not arbitrary, but constructive. Hindus believe that it represents the seed of the universe and attests to the creative qualities of Shiva. Devotees of Shiva celebrate the Great Siva Festival, during which Shivringa is bathed in water, milk, and honey and worshipped.

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marble shiva

Aongking Sculpture for Shiva marble Sculpture, there are many different kinds of marble material application, will produce different effects, there is always one to make your eyes shine. Our sculptors have a wide understanding of religious figures and will incorporate religious features into Shiva sculptures. We can also portray Shiva as male or female depending on your desire. If you prefer phalluses, we will sculpt the original strength of Shiva and his masculinity. Whether it is the beast under the constellation of Shiva or the body of the snake winding carvings, are extremely realistic. Although Shiva is the destroyer, we carve out smiling and serene characters on the details.
I believe that when you see our finished Shiva, you will be amazed at the professional skills and the capture of details. We are no longer just depicting the appearance of characters. Due to our love for sculpture art, we hope to make you feel that this is not just a religious sculpture, but a kind of faith and practice.