Shiva sculptures are always seen on many occasions. Shiva is one of the three main gods of Hinduism, the god of destruction and regeneration Shiva is not an old woman. In Hindi, Shiva means benevolent but he’s more of a terror. You can also see it in Shiva sculpture, who rides a cyan bull, wears a necklace of snakes and skeletons around his neck, is covered in the ashes of the dead, and is accompanied by hordes of demons when he appears. Legend has it that Shiva was aloof, straight, bad-tempered, and difficult to get along with. Only his wife knew him best. But his wife died when he set fire to herself at the grand ceremony, and Shiva was so grieved that the true face of the god of destruction was revealed. Brahma at the beginning of the creation, the creation of the world’s first beauty – Savitri. In order to see her every day, he violated the rules of heaven and let himself grow five heads. His faux pas made the other god so angry that he cut off one of Brahma’s heads with his sword. This sword aroused Brahman, but it also aroused his jealousy. Then Brahma cursed the god to wander forever and live in harsh conditions as a penance. The cursed god was Shiva.
Years of solitude had made Shiva withdrawn, straight and ill-tempered, and difficult to get along with. But the presence of his wife, Sati, begins to soften and humanize the stiff Shiva. But Sati’s father Dhartha still did not approve of their being together. After many twists and turns, they finally got married, but Sati’s father had bad blood with Shiva ever since. At a ceremony, Dharshas invited all the gods but not Shiva. Sadie broke into the altar and began to argue with her father. Enraged, Satie lost her mind and burned herself to death in public at the grand ceremony. Shiva heard the news of his wife’s death like a mad bull. Armed with all his weapons, he rode to the meeting on a blue bull. Shiva, with her fierce, angry face and the loss of her beloved wife, struck fear into all the gods as never before. Dhara was beheaded by angry Shiva. Covered in blood, Shiva hugged his wife and laughed to the sky. At that moment, the last flicker of light in his darkness disappeared, and his spiritual support collapsed. After waking up, Shiva, still obsessed with the sight of his beloved wife, took her body from the fire and called her name, and began to wander the world… The sad love story of Shiva and his wife always moves me. Every time I see Shiva sculpture, I think of his love story with his wife. Love is an ancient topic, and we have many beautiful love sculptures for you to choose from.