Medium : Acrylic on Canvas
Dimension : 18 X 24 Inch
Story of Shiva Third Eye. The synonym Trilochana of Hindu God Shiva is well-known. The Sanskrit word "trilochana" means one who has three eyes. The third eye of Lord Shiva is depicted in the middle of his forehead. Below is the story of Shiva's third eye. Once, Lord Shiva was sitting fully engaged in meditation. Goddess Parvati, his consort came there and playfully covered both his eyes with her hands. Immediately, the entire universe plunged into darkness. Chaos prevailed everywhere. Even the Gods of heaven were afraid. With his divine power, Siva created a third eye in the centre of his forehead. Fire emerged from his third eye and he restored light in the universe. The heat emitted by the fire of the third eye caused Parvati's hands, that covered Siva's left and right eyes, to perspire. The perspiration filled with the power of Siva and Sakti (Parvati) transformed into a child which was called Andhaka. An Asura devotee of Mahadeva adopted Andhaka. He grew up without knowing his true origins. In his youth, he performed a great penance and obtained a boon that he would not be killed by anyone other than his father. On the strength of the boon, Andhaka set out to conquer the three worlds. Once, he happened to see Parvati and attracted by her beauty, he decided to make her his wife. He chased her and then Parvathi called aloud Parameshwara to save her. Shiva came to her rescue and impaled Andhaka on his trident. Andhaka realized the truth of his birth and apologized for his incestuous desires. Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva constitute the Trimurti of Hindu pantheon. Brahma is in charge of creation, Vishnu in charge of protection and Siva in charge of destruction. Since the incident mentioned above, Siva's third eye was kept for destruction. I will provide with Frame.
Country of Origin - India
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