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  • Divine Idols

    Sivalingam 2.4″

    450

    Handcrafted brass Shivalingam, a symbolic representation of the union of masculine and feminine energies, signifying their equality. The Shivalingam is the most widely worshipped form of Lord Shiva in India. The Shivalinga is said to harness the cosmic energy of creation into our homes.Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva destroys any negative forces, and Maa Parvati blesses us with peace and prosperity. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

  • Divine Idols

    Sivalingam With Snake 3.2″

    2,100

    Handcrafted brass Shivalingam, with the divine five headed snake protecting it from the elements. The Shivalingam is the symbolic representation of the union of masculine and feminine energies, signifying their equality. The Shivalingam is the most worshipped form of Lord Shiva in India.Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

  • Divine Idols

    Sivalingam With Snake 9.2″

    12,600

    Handcrafted brass Shivalingam, with the divine five headed snake protecting it from the elements. The Shivalingam is the symbolic representation of the union of masculine and feminine energies, signifying their equality. The Shivalingam is the most worshipped form of Lord Shiva in India.Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

  • Divine Idols

    Sivalingam With Snake 9.2″

    10,800

    Handcrafted brass Shivalingam, with the divine five headed snake protecting it from the elements. The Shivalingam is the symbolic representation of the union of masculine and feminine energies, signifying their equality. The Shivalingam is the most worshipped form of Lord Shiva in India.Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

  • Divine Idols

    Sivalingam With Snake 9.2″

    13,500

    Handcrafted brass Shivalingam, with the divine five headed snake protecting it from the elements. The Shivalingam is the symbolic representation of the union of masculine and feminine energies, signifying their equality. The Shivalingam is the most worshipped form of Lord Shiva in India.Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

  • Divine Idols

    Sivan Family 18″

    45,000

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the Lord Shiva, the Destroyer of evil, with his divine family of Parvati, Ganesha and Karthigeya. A small Shivalinga is nestled at the bottom of the platform they are sitting upon, symbolising the union of Masculine and Feminine forces. Shiva is shown with a serpent encircling his neck and a fierce trident (Soolam) in his hand.Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva destroys any negative forces, and Maa Parvati blesses us with peace and prosperity. Ganesha and Karthigeya protect us in our spiritual journey. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

  • Divine Idols

    Sivan With Soolam 4″

    3,600

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the Lord Shiva, the Destroyer of evil, in a meditative pose with his trusted Soolam by his side. The Soolam and the damru tied to it represent the infinity from which all life is created. Shiva is portrayed by the artisan with a calm and serene face that has perfectly captured his divine power. Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

  • Divine Idols

    Sivan With Soolam 14.8″

    36,900

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the Lord Shiva, the Destroyer of evil, in a meditative pose with his trusted Soolam by his side. The Soolam and the damru tied to it represent the infinity from which all life is created. Shiva is portrayed by the artisan with a calm and serene face that has perfectly captured his divine power. Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

  • Divine Idols

    Sivan With Soolam 4″

    3,000

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the Lord Shiva, the Destroyer of evil, in a meditative pose with his trusted Soolam by his side. The Soolam and the damru tied to it represent the infinity from which all life is created. Shiva is portrayed by the artisan with a calm and serene face that has perfectly captured his divine power. Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

  • Divine Idols

    Sivan With Soolam 6″

    5,400

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the Lord Shiva, the Destroyer of evil, in a meditative pose with his trusted Soolam by his side. The Soolam and the damru tied to it represent the infinity from which all life is created. Shiva is portrayed by the artisan with a calm and serene face that has perfectly captured his divine power. Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.