Shiva (also called Shiwa and Śiva; Sanskrit: शिव) is the highest divine being within Ishvara, one of the great traditions of Hinduism.
Together with Brahma and Vishnu, he forms the Trimurti of creator-preserver-destroyer.
Shiva is the destroyer.
Other names of Shiva are: Tryambaka (the three-eyed one),
Mahakala (Great Time), Nilakantha (Blue Neck) and Sri Kanta (He who has a beautiful neck),
Nataraja (Lord of the Dance), Ardhanarishvara (the lord who is half woman) and Bhagavat (Lord).
In his appearance as Panchanana (Five-headed), Shiva acts as a physician. he wears a Trishul
Heavy statue 4.844 kg.
- Shiva (également appelé Shiwa et Śiva; Sanskrit: शिव), Statue
- Fin du XXe siècle
- Région/Pays d’origine
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- 30×18×13.5 cm