9″X4″ INCH BRASS NATARAJAR G/F
Material Used :
H x L x W (Inches) : 9×4,
Weight (kgs) : 1.50,
Nataraja (Tamil: நடராஜர்), (Sanskrit: नटराज, romanized: Naṭarāja) is a portrayal of the Hindu god Shiva as the celestial artist. His move is called Tandavam or Nadanta, contingent upon the setting of the dance. The posture and fine art is portrayed in numerous Hindu messages, for example, the Anshumadbhed agama and Uttarakamika agama, the move help or symbol highlighted in all significant Hindu sanctuaries of Shaivism.
The traditional type of the portrayal shows up in stone reliefs, as at the Ellora Caverns and the Badami Caverns, by around the sixth century. Around the tenth century, it rose in Tamil Nadu in its develop and most popular articulation in Chola bronzes, of different statures normally under four feet, some over. The Nataraja reliefs have been distinguished in memorable work of art from numerous pieces of South Asia, in southeast Asia, for example, in Bali, Cambodia, and in focal Asia