Mahadev: A Contemporary Sculpture of Lord Shiva

Mahadev, a contemporary sculpture of Lord Shiva, represents the role of the deity in Hindu mythology as the destroyer of the universe in order to re-create it. In Hinduism, Lord Shiva's powers of destruction and recreation are believed to be used to destroy the illusions and imperfections of the world, paving the way for beneficial change. The sculpture depicts Lord Shiva staying in a protective pose, with crack marks running along its surface, symbolizing the deity's constructive destruction of the universe in order to re-create it. The crack marks are representative of the Lord's power and force, which are used to bring about a necessary change in the world. The sculpture's unique design showcases Lord Shiva's power and energy, highlighting the importance of change and transformation in Hinduism. Hindus believe that the destruction brought about by Lord Shiva is not arbitrary but is constructive, and that it is necessary for the universe to evolve and progress. Dimensions: 75 x 96 x 42 cm Materials: Stainless Steel

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