Shiva 2 Hindu Painting

Shiva Meditation, Hindu Deity Painting

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Lord Shiva is a supreme Hinduism God. Shiva’s image comes in the form described as:

Holding a Trident in the right lower arm. (The trident, like almost all other forms in Hinduism, can be understood as the symbolism of the unity of three worlds that a human faces – his inside world, his immediate world, and the broader overall world. At the base of the trident, all three forks unite.)
Wears a crescent moon on his head. His skin is described as fair like camphor or like an ice clad mountain.
He has fire and Damaru and Mala or a kind of weapon.
He wears five serpents as ornaments.
He wears a garland of skulls. He is pressing with his feet the demon Muyalaka, a dwarf holding a cobra. He faces south. Panchakshara itself is his body.

Winds of Change – Shiva Painting

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Winds of change is a painting of the Hindu Deity, Shiva. Shiva is the god of change. Change is a necessity. In some religions as with Hinduism, change is recognized. Notable would be Taoism.

This is inspired by the Hinduism Deity Shiva. He is otherwise known as the ‘destroyer’ , often depicted meditating with a cobra around his body. Philosophers (and I agree with them) consider him more of a god of change…because he destroys only to rebuild.

This a painting of meditation. The gold leaves floating in motion. The deity is in a zone. He is with his symbols, a snake and jewelry.

Acrylics On Canvas
Nik Helbig Painting 2007
80 x 120 cm

Shiva Hindu Painting

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