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Karunakara

Karunakara

Lord drinking poison to save Devas and Asuras

Lord drinking poison to save Devas and Asuras

veerabhadreshwara swamy temple, humnabad,kemmannugundi, karnataka

veerabhadreshwara swamy temple, humnabad,kemmannugundi, karnataka

Linga with one face (Ekamukhalinga), Shahi period, 9th century Afghanistan. The linga (phallic emblem of Shiva) symbolizes the great generative force of the universe. When plain (simply phallic), the linga represents Shiva in his most abstract form. In this example, Shiva's face has emerged from the central shaft. He is adorned with earrings and a necklace. His hair is worn in a double bun with a crescent moon on one of the buns.

Linga with one face (Ekamukhalinga), Shahi period, 9th century Afghanistan. The linga (phallic emblem of Shiva) symbolizes the great generative force of the universe. When plain (simply phallic), the linga represents Shiva in his most abstract form. In this example, Shiva's face has emerged from the central shaft. He is adorned with earrings and a necklace. His hair is worn in a double bun with a crescent moon on one of the buns.

Stamp. Nataraja

Stamp. Nataraja

Shiva

Shiva

Shankara as Lord of Dance (Nataraja), ca. 11th century. Indian (Tamil Nadu). Chola period (880–1279). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of R. H. Ellsworth Ltd., in honor of Susan Dillon, 1987 (1987.80.1) #dance #Shiva | As a symbol, Shiva Nataraja is a brilliant invention. It combines in a single image Shiva's roles as creator, preserver, and destroyer of the universe and conveys the Indian conception of the never-ending cycle of time.

Shankara as Lord of Dance (Nataraja), ca. 11th century. Indian (Tamil Nadu). Chola period (880–1279). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of R. H. Ellsworth Ltd., in honor of Susan Dillon, 1987 (1987.80.1) #dance #Shiva | As a symbol, Shiva Nataraja is a brilliant invention. It combines in a single image Shiva's roles as creator, preserver, and destroyer of the universe and conveys the Indian conception of the never-ending cycle of time.

Mahesha [Tamil Nadu, India] (27.79) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mahesha [Tamil Nadu, India] (27.79) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Standing Shiva. Date: 11th century. Cambodia (Angkor, Siem Reap Province). The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Standing Shiva. Date: 11th century. Cambodia (Angkor, Siem Reap Province). The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Multi-faced linga from Hindu Temple 900-1000 CE India |

Multi-faced linga from Hindu Temple 900-1000 CE India |

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