Vel Soola Kathi Soolam for Lord Murugan Amman Shiva Shakti Symbol Murthy Alankaram Weapon Online

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Item ID:
GD135
Price:
$4.65

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Overview

Soora vel or kathi  for Lord Shiva, Murugan or Goddess Parvathi/Amman.
Deity ornaments in with gold finish. White & blue color stones studded Murthi decoration.

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Only 87 left

Product Description

Quantity of Items : 1 Soola Kathi
Type              :  Gold finish. Imitation ornament

Description : Idol decoration accessory called the Soola Kathi or 3 Step Vel. 

History :

Apart from the traditional human weapons like swords, daggers, spears, clubs, shields, bows, arrows and maces, and the weapons used by the gods , the holy texts mention the utilization of various divine weapons by various heroes, each associated with a certain god or deity. These weapons are most often gifted to semi-divine beings, human beings or the rakshasas by the gods, sometimes as a result of penance.

Sometimes the astra is descriptive of the function, or of the force of nature which it invoke. Apart from the astras, other instances of divine or mythological weaponry include armor (Kavacha), crowns and helmets, staffs and jewellery (Kundala).

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