Lord Kartikeya Brass Murti 15.50"

Lord Kartikeya Brass Murti 15.50"

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  • Product Code :5933
  • Material :Brass
  • Size :15.50" x 5.75"W x 5.50"D
  • Weight :5.600 Kg.
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    Here the brass figure of Lord Kartikeya is given a refine and intricate touch with a high degree of finesse. Kartikeya, the second son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati or Shakti, is an embodiment of perfection, a brave leader of god's forces, and a war god, who was created to destroy the demons, representing the negative tendencies in human beings. Kartikeya has six heads that correspond to the five senses and the mind. The six heads also stand for his virtues enables him to see in all the directions - an important attribute that ensures that he counters all kinds of blows that can hit him. He has six heads. It shows that if humans wish to lead themselves efficiently through the battle of life, they must always be alert lest they are shown the wrong path by crafty people with the six demonic vices: kaama (sex), krodha (anger), lobha (greed), moha (passion), mada (ego) and matsarya (jealousy).

    Kartikeya carries on one hand a spear and his other hand is always blessing devotees. His vehicle is a peacock, a pious bird that grips with its feet a serpent, which symbolizes the ego and desires of people. The peacock represents the destroyer of harmful habits and the conqueror of sensual desires.

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    • Product Code :5933
    • Material :Brass
    • Size :15.50" x 5.75"W x 5.50"D
    • Weight :5.600 Kg.

      Here the brass figure of Lord Kartikeya is given a refine and intricate touch with a high degree of finesse. Kartikeya, the second son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati or Shakti, is an embodiment of perfection, a brave leader of god's forces, and a war god, who was created to destroy the demons, representing the negative tendencies in human beings. Kartikeya has six heads that correspond to the five senses and the mind. The six heads also stand for his virtues enables him to see in all the directions - an important attribute that ensures that he counters all kinds of blows that can hit him. He has six heads. It shows that if humans wish to lead themselves efficiently through the battle of life, they must always be alert lest they are shown the wrong path by crafty people with the six demonic vices: kaama (sex), krodha (anger), lobha (greed), moha (passion), mada (ego) and matsarya (jealousy).

      Kartikeya carries on one hand a spear and his other hand is always blessing devotees. His vehicle is a peacock, a pious bird that grips with its feet a serpent, which symbolizes the ego and desires of people. The peacock represents the destroyer of harmful habits and the conqueror of sensual desires.

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