Rudra |Handpainted Lord Shiva, Shivling wall art acrylic on canvas size 29" X 33"(73.66cm X 83.82cm) “Rudra” is an acrylic on canvas paintings -based creation of Mrinal Dutt. In portrait orientation with dimensions 29" X 33"(73.66cm X 83.82cm). One of the most significant deities in Hinduism is the god Shiva.
Generally speaking, Rudra, a god revered in the Indus Valley during the Vedic era, is regarded to be the ancestor of Shiva. Rudra was a storm god and a hunter who had very harsh morals. In the Vedic pantheon, he was one of the major deities. Usha, the Dawn Goddess, was Rudra's mother, and his father was the Lord of Beings. He started crying because he had no name when he was born. He begged his father for a name, and he gave him "Rudra," which is derived from the term rud, which means to cry or howl. Rudra is frequently translated as "the howler" due to his incredible power as the storm god.
As a metaphor, he was sometimes referred to as "Shiva," an adjective that means "kind." Rudra eventually came to be used interchangeably with Shiva, giving rise to the contemporary Shiva. The artist enjoys reflecting the rich culture of India through his paintings.
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