Chola bronze represents the goddess Parvati "She who lives in the mountains."
The Mother Supreme Divine also called "Gauri" (White) and "Uma" (Light). Like
Shiva, Parvati has the power of alchemic transmutation. She is the wife of Shiva,
mother of his children, and the incarnation or manifestation of all other goddesses.
a majestic conical crown degrees (karandamukuta), the details of which were particularly
meticulous. Her forehead is adorned with a third eye, the symbol of wisdom. She
is adorned with a sacred thread, a beautiful ornate belt, rich jewels, necklaces,
bracelets, earrings and tiara, and she is wearing a delicately pleated shalwar.
The Sanskrit term Trimurti (i.e. Three Forms comparable to the Christian Trinity),
which defines the event Supreme Triune Godhead who presides over multiple galaxy
of the universe. In Shaivism, the gods Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva respectively symbolizing
creation, preservation and destruction. The emanations of Shiva as an un-manifested
Supreme deity and therefore cannot be represented.
the Trimurti follows the Vedic trinity consists of Agni and Surya are Vayu, the
three aspects of the sacrificial fire symbolizes the matter and inertia. Their
consorts (feminine element), symbolize the energy and movement. Thus Saraswathi
(Knowledge) completes the Creation, Lakshmi (Prosperity), completes the Preservation,
and Shakti (feminine energy) is the field of power and strength balanced by Parvati,
as a branch of Hinduism based on the union of Shakti energy between Shiva and
Parvati that maintains and preserves creation. The body of Parvati whose sumptuous
and sensual curves are prolonging contemplation of the flesh, and that metal is
Abhanga position. Of the axis relative to the navel, the slightly side leaning
head indicated its origin to Odissi in the Orissa province of India. Characterized
by its postures of independent movements, her complex and refined head, eyes and
neck, waist and knees held close together, particularly the body weight that gravitated
to one side, with the two feet alternatively hit the ground is the sign of taking
roots in the Mother Earth.