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Item ID:
GD073
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Flag/ Kodi for Lord Murugar Subrahmanya


Deity Ornament with gold finish. Multi colour stones.

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Only 41 left

Product Description

No of Items : 1 item

Type             :  Gold finish. Imitation ornament

Description : Vel for Lord Murugar / Subramaniya.

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History:
The Kanda Puranam retells the story of how Shiva's son, Murugan, known as Kartikeya in North India, defeated the demon Taraka and his brothers, Simhamukhan and Surapadman. On his defeat, Simhamukhan begs forgiveness so Murugan instructs him to turn into a lion and serve as the vehicle of Durga. While fighting Murugan, Surapadman takes the form of a mountain. Murugan breaks the mountain into two with his spear. One part of the mountain turns into a peacock that becomes Murugan's vehicle while the other part becomes a rooster that becomes Murugan's symbol on his flag. Thus, says this narrative, the vehicles of Durga and her son, Murugan, are actually demons who have been subdued and transformed and become worthy of being associated with the divine.

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