The Ardhnarishwar is derived from the Sanskrit term Ardhanarishvara, meaning half Male & half Female. In this form, the other half Lord Shiva is Goddess Parvati.
Ardhanarishvara represents the synthesis of masculine and feminine energies of the universe (Purusha and Prakriti) and illustrates how Shakti, the female principle of God, is inseparable from (or the same as, according to some interpretations) Shiva, the male principle of God. The union of these principles is exalted as the root and womb of all creation. Another view is that Ardhanarishvara is a symbol of Shiva’s all-pervasive nature.
The Ardhnarishwar Shiva Wall Painting comes in three different sizes & has 1/2 inch additional border on sides for framing.
The painting is done on export quality Polyester Cotton Canvas fabric, hand-picked for best quality output. It is built to absorb machine print ink. Digital printers used is designed for fine art reproduction & the Inks are only Oil-based for that gorgeous finish.
Unframed. Actual print image may vary a bit as image quality seen online depends on your laptop/computer/mobile screen resolution. Display image is digital, the print would have a canvas effect.