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Antique Bronze 19th Century Nataraj Statue 36"


19th Century Antique Bronze Nataraja 36"

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Shiva as Lord of Dance (Nataraja) from the Chola period (880-1279) circa 11th century...part of Asian Art


Shiva as Lord of Dance (Nataraja) | Indian (Tamil Nadu) | Chola period (880–1279) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

source: The Hindu HYDERABAD:ANDHRA PRADESH Bronze Nataraja, Vijayanagara Period, 14th C. This is the Lord of Dance. His gestures and attributes represent three phases - creation, sustenance and destruction. His movements are rhythmic, his poise perfect..,” the guide tries to attract the attention of the visitors to Nataraja, a finely modelled bronze item prominently shown at the Salarjung Museum’s South Indian bronzes section.


source: The Hindu  HYDERABAD:ANDHRA PRADESH ... - Indian and Asian Antique Art Curated by Ethnoarte

Lord Shiva, his consort Parvati and a small Shiva Linga which is in the centre foreground. Carl Jung has refered to this holy union as the “mysterium coniunctionis”.Libido, the energy of the self and the universe.It gets confused with sex. But, it is embodied in the physical relationship between male and female as well as the pyschic relationship between the conscious and unconscious, the masculine energies and feminine energies within, with soul and spirit, with light and…

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