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Singing Bowl with Hindu Deities

SKU SB105.03
Original price US$24.95 - Original price US$24.95
Original price
US$24.95 - US$24.95
Current price US$24.95

Hinduism is one of the oldest and most diverse religious traditions in the world, with a rich pantheon of deities. Hindu deities are representations of the various aspects of the divine, and they are worshipped for different qualities, powers, and roles they embody.

1. Shiva: Shiva is one of the principal deities in Hinduism and is often referred to as the "Destroyer" or "Transformer" within the Hindu Trinity, which also includes Brahma (the Creator) and Vishnu (the Preserver). Shiva is depicted with a third eye on his forehead, a crescent moon on his matted hair, a snake coiled around his neck, and a trident in his hand. He is associated with cosmic forces, destruction of ignorance and ego, and the transformation of the universe. Shiva is also revered as the Lord of Yoga, symbolizing the path of meditation and spiritual asceticism.

2. Ganesh (Ganesha): Ganesh is one of the most beloved and widely worshiped deities in Hinduism. He is known as the "Remover of Obstacles" and the "Lord of Beginnings." Ganesh is depicted with an elephant's head on a human body and is often shown holding a broken tusk, a bowl of sweets, and an axe or goad. He is venerated as the deity to be invoked before starting any new endeavor or important event. Ganesh is considered to be the embodiment of wisdom, intellect, and prosperity.

3. Nataraja: Nataraja is a form of Lord Shiva as the "Lord of the Dance." In this depiction, Shiva is shown dancing within a circle of flames, symbolizing the cycle of creation, preservation, and destruction. His dance represents the cosmic dance of the universe and the rhythm of life. Nataraja is often depicted with multiple arms and in a dynamic posture, balancing on one foot while lifting the other. The dance of Nataraja symbolizes the continuous process of birth, death, and rebirth.

These Hindu deities, Shiva, Ganesh, and Nataraja, hold significant roles in Hindu mythology, philosophy, and religious practices. Their worship is widespread across different regions and sects within Hinduism, and they represent different aspects of the divine that devotees seek to connect with for various spiritual and material blessings. Hindu temples and households often have shrines dedicated to these deities, where people offer prayers, rituals, and devotions to seek their grace and guidance.

This singing bowl comes with a mallet and ring cushion.

Singing Bowl:
Size: 3.2 inches in diameter
Weight: 205 grams approx.

Mallet: 5"/12.7cm approx.
Ring Cushion: 3"/7.6cm
(Please choose a color of the ring cushion from the choices: Red, Blue, Pink, Yellow and write it in the checkout comment section; else a random color of our choice will be given)