Nataraja is a form of Hindu god Shiva as a cosmic dancer. He is also known as Lord of Dance. Nataraja is a central figure in the
classical dance tradition of India.His cosmic dance is represents creation, preservation and dissolution of the universe.
Nataraja Shiva is shown as dancing inside a circle of fire - Prabha Mandala, which represents the cycle of time.The dance of Shiva is known as Tandava.
Tandava is both creative and destructive.
Natraja is a four armed god, dancing inside a circle of fire, with two hands in front forming dance mudras (gestures), and other two hands playing a damru (two-headed drum) and holding a fire pot.
Your shopping cart is empty!