RMET082X–Nataraja bronze statue, Hindu god Shiva, divine dancer, Mahabalipuram, Mamallapuram, Chengalpattu district, Tamil Nadu, India, Asia
RMEG5B96–Bronze figure of Nataraja. From Tamil Nadu, southern India. Chola dynasty. Around 1100 AD. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom.
RMCE5JEF–Dancing Shiva Nataraja bronze statue
RMFYE2P7–Statue of Shiva as a Natraj
RMBEJP8J–Dancing lord Shiva statue, Nataraja, Hindu God
RMAD0NBD–Shiva Nataraja, Lord of the Dance. Tamil Nadu, India, 12th century.
RMDRK5PE–Sandalwood Dancing lord Shiva statue, Nataraja, Hindu God against white background
RME5CDCW–Nataraja figure of Shiva as the Cosmic Dancer of Creation from the Chola period (9th to 13th century) with drum on ole hand as
RFR5RXR1–Chennai, India - August 18, 2018: A bronze statue of God Shiva in form of Nataraja, the cosmic dancer, displayed in Chennai bronze gallery
RMPPF7KP–Bronze figure of Nataraja. From Tamil Nadu, southern India. Chola dynasty. Around 1100 AD. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom.
RM2A51M1C–Nataraja, Shiva as the Lord of Dance, 1000s. One of the most celebrated sculptural forms in the history of Indian art, this elegant and dynamic figure embodies some of Hinduism’s most fundamental tenets. According to Hindu thought, time is cyclical; the world is created, maintained, preserved for a time, then destroyed, only to be created again an infinite number of times. For those Hindus who view Shiva to be the all-powerful creator divinity, he is responsible for both creation and destruction. The ring of fire and the tongue of flame he holds in his left hand refer to destruction, an