Bhairava Raga, "the Terrible" in Sanskrit, under the paint: "bahiron". Rajput, Provincial Mughal, 18th century. A crown prince, with blue skin and wearing the Vaishnava emblem on his forehead, sitting on a bed. A woman anoints his torso w/ sandal paste.. A servant girl waving a fan, the other a fan "peacock tail"; preparing a third of the sandalwood paste on a round board. The name "Bhairava" recalls the terrible aspect of the god Shiva, but the prince resembles Krishna/Vishnu.
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Sculpted of antiqued bronze, this statue portrays Shiva, the Hindu God of Creation within a ring of fire that represents the cosmos that he created. 6 #shop #shoponline #statue #bronze #dancing #wicca #pagan #shiva #home #decor