Delicately casted Shiv Parvati Idol sitting in Fibre with Gold highlights set on a white wooden base. Shivji and Parvatiji have been crafted in fibre placed in a bonded position with gold detailing electroplated on. Crafted in a pure white the sculpture is beautifully contrasted by the gold detailing. The sculpture also has the shive linga is a similar detailing of white and gold and a gold electroplated Trishul placed behind the Shiva sculpture. The entire ensemble is placed on to a white base adding an element of purity and luxury onto the piece of home décor. This Shiv Parvati sculpture makes for a sweet table décor piece and also an ideal gift for housewarming or weddings or just because.
Parvati - is the Hindu goddess of fertility, love and devotion, as well as of divine strength and power. Parvati is the wife of the Hindu God Shiva. With Shiva, Parvati is a central deity in the shiva sect. In Hindi belief, she is the recreative energy and power of Shiva, and she is the cause of a bond that connects all beings and a means of their spiritual release.
Shiva - who is the third one in the Hindu trinity of Brahma (creator), Vishnu (preserver) and Mahesh / Shiva (destroyer of evil). He is the Supreme being with shaivism. He is the Supreme being who creates, protects and transforms the universe.
Here at h2h we bring to you a masterfully handcrafted sculpture depicting the love of Shiva-Parvati in fibre
The best way to display sculptures is giving them breathing room, by which we mean is, enough light and room around them to appreciate their beauty. Sculptures are essential art that is not flat. Sculptural objects do what paintings can™t by giving that third dimension. They have a richness of shadowing, and give a room visual relief.
In home decor, sculptures are a great way to express personal style and to display forms that fit one™s personality. Sculptures are not limited to the classical styles. Options include modern, whimsical, realist and minimalist works that artists have created and that one can feature in your home as focal points and accents. Blending modern with classical is common