Detail of an Hindu temple with Shaivite trishula symbols - Stock Image

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Emphatic backlit detail of an Hindu temple with Shaivite Trishula symbols:
The tri headed spears (trident) is one of the renowned weapon of Lord Shiva, and it is the second important emblem of Shaivites after nandi, the Holy Bull.
The weapon symbolizes empire and the irresistible force of transcendental reality;
the three prongs of the trishula represent Shiva's three aspects of creator, preserver and destroyer as well as the three shaktis (powers): will, action and wisdom.



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