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weight: 820 gm    height: 23 cm    width: 14.3 cm    depth: 7 cm

The Adi Yogi Shiva Murti is a beautiful sculpture that captures the essence of Lord Shiva, the Hindu deity of transformation and liberation. This terracotta statue is expertly crafted with intricate details and features, showcasing the unique symbolism of Shiva. Whether you are a collector, a spiritual practitioner, or simply appreciate fine art, the Adi Yogi Shiva Murti is a stunning addition to any space.

  • Material: Terracota
Hi art collector, Are you looking for unique and fully hand-crafted sculptures of deities or mythological art collectibles? Here we have something to offer you from the land of spirituality and epics.

Adiyogi refers to lord Shiva (Shankar) as the first yogi. It was established to inspire people towards inner well-being through yoga. 
Warship of hindu god Mahadev  is an every day picture in many families in India. 
Shiva is known as" The Destroyer" within the Trimurti. Shiva is the Supreme Lord who creates, protects and transforms the macrocosm. Shiva has numerous aspects, benevolent as well as fearsome. In benevolent aspects, he's depicted as an human Yogi who lives an ascetic life on Mount Kailash as well as a householder with his wife Parvati and his two children, Ganesha and Kartikeya. In his fierce aspects, he's frequently depicted rubout demons. Shiva is worshiped in tantric Buddhism for guarding Buddha. Shiva is regarded as the patron god of yoga, contemplation and the arts. 

1. This is a terracotta piece and needs to handle with care. It can be placed on a table or any other plain surface.
2. Since each item is handcrafted, there could be a minimal deviation between the photographs and the delivered product.
3. We will ship your order within 8 days of order placement. Shipping is free. 
This Art Collectible: This terracotta Lord Shaiva idol is made from Holy Ganges Clay, handcrafted and hand-painted. For longevity terracotta craft items are burnt in a specific temperature and the selection of clay mud is also important, mostly collected from river beds. Each river has its unique soil and requires special care and processing, then only the final product becomes a signature and of course the cultural uniqueness is also prominent in each Indian folk art piece. 
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