Five Headed Hanuman - Small Brass Statue

SKU: B6555

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  • Product Code :B6555
  • Material :Brass
  • Size :3" H x 2' W x 1.25" D
  • Weight :170 Gm.
    Description

    Hanuman is standing here with a weapon in his hand. Lord Hanuman, the greatest devotee of Ramchandra, had to take the form of Panchmukhi in order to kill Mahiravana, the king of Patala. Hanuman realized that to kill Mahiravana, Hanuman had to extinguish five lamps burning in five different directions at the same time. So Hnuman took the Panchamukha form with Hanuman, Hayagriva, Narasimha, Garuda and Varaha faces and extinguished the lamps and killed Mahiravana. Here the figure is given a raw but bold treatment and the Lord is standing tall and in his nine hands, he is holding different sets of weapons. With his right hand the Lord is blessing his disciples. According to Hanumath Prakaranam in Sri Vidyarnavatantram, Anjaneya has five faces (Pancha Mukha) and ten weapons. He is wearing a single cloth and his chest is carved bare. The figure is a symbol of strength and endurance.

    Description

    Specification
    • Product Code :B6555
    • Material :Brass
    • Size :3" H x 2' W x 1.25" D
    • Weight :170 Gm.
      Description

      Hanuman is standing here with a weapon in his hand. Lord Hanuman, the greatest devotee of Ramchandra, had to take the form of Panchmukhi in order to kill Mahiravana, the king of Patala. Hanuman realized that to kill Mahiravana, Hanuman had to extinguish five lamps burning in five different directions at the same time. So Hnuman took the Panchamukha form with Hanuman, Hayagriva, Narasimha, Garuda and Varaha faces and extinguished the lamps and killed Mahiravana. Here the figure is given a raw but bold treatment and the Lord is standing tall and in his nine hands, he is holding different sets of weapons. With his right hand the Lord is blessing his disciples. According to Hanumath Prakaranam in Sri Vidyarnavatantram, Anjaneya has five faces (Pancha Mukha) and ten weapons. He is wearing a single cloth and his chest is carved bare. The figure is a symbol of strength and endurance.

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