Brass Lord Murugan Peacock Statue

Rs. 5,266.40 Rs. 6,583


Height  :8.25 inches

Width  : 3.25 inches

Depth : 2.25 inches 

weight  1 kg

Lord Murugan: The Divine Warrior of Wisdom and Victory

Lord Murugan, also known as Kartikeya, Skanda, Subrahmanya, or Muruga, stands as a radiant figure in Hindu mythology, embodying the virtues of courage, wisdom, and victory. As the beloved son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, he is revered as the epitome of divine grace and strength.

Lord Murugan is often depicted as a youthful and handsome deity, adorned with a resplendent crown and wielding a divine spear or vel (spear-like weapon). His mount, the peacock, symbolizes beauty, grace, and the conquest of ignorance. With his ever-vigilant gaze, Murugan inspires his devotees to pursue righteousness and overcome life's obstacles.

As the god of war, Lord Murugan represents the triumph of good over evil. His unwavering valor and strategic prowess inspire courage in the hearts of his devotees, guiding them through the battlefield of life with unwavering resolve.

Lord Murugan is not only a warrior but also a bestower of wisdom and knowledge. His blessings are sought by students, scholars, and seekers alike, as he illuminates the path of enlightenment with his divine light.

Devotees flock to Murugan temples across the globe, seeking his blessings for success, protection, and spiritual growth. The chanting of his sacred hymns, such as the Kanda Shasti Kavasam and Thiruppugazh, fills the hearts of devotees with devotion and reverence.

 Lord Murugan's presence resonates deeply in South India, particularly in the Tamil-speaking regions, where he is celebrated in grand festivals like Thaipusam and Panguni Uthiram. His timeless teachings and tales of valor continue to inspire millions around the world, bridging the gap between the material and spiritual realms.

Lord Murugan stands as a beacon of hope and strength for all who seek his divine grace. With his unyielding resolve and compassionate gaze, he leads his devotees on the path of righteousness, promising victory in both the outer battles of life and the inner struggles of the soul.

Lord Kartikeya, the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati is known by different names – Swaminatha, Murugan, Muruga, Kumara, Skanda, Shanmukha, etc. Lord Murugan is also popularly known as Subramaniam that is a common name in South India. He seems to have been a popular war god who was also the elder brother of Lord Ganesh.

The product might have slight irregularities in color, design and moulding as its thoroughly handcrafted by artisans.

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