Parvati Statue - Antique Indonesian Style Bronze Javanese Parvati Statue - 17cm/7"
Measures (Height) 17cm/7"
An Indonesian (Java) sculpture of Parvati in 13th century Majapahit style.
Parvati, the wife of Shiva, is stood on a round double lotus petal pedestal. She is dressed in simple robes, with a sash tied around her waist and wears a number of pieces of ornate jewellery, including crown and earrings.
As the wife of Shiva, Parvati is the voice of encouragement, reason, freedom, and strength, as well as of resistance, power, action and retributive justice. Parvati holds her right hand in a gesture of Teaching.
Her hair is piled in a tripartite chignon decorated with a cockade. Parvati is discretely adorned with only a necklace, diamond shaped earrings, a Yajnopavita (Scared Brahmanical thread) and a single bangle on each wrist.
Beside her stands her son Ganesha. The Remover of Obstacles.
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