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  • Puja Accessories at Poompuhar

    The monsoons have hit India and how. Places across the region have been seeing strong monsoon showers and this is just the start.

    Did you know that the rain is considered holy in many cultures? In fact rain fall is considered as a blessing from the Gods in so many religions and regions around the world. So we put together a list of Puja accessories that you must have in your prayer room and enjoy the Lords blessings this Monsoon.

    Granite Stone Ganesh

    Ganesha is the first son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, the most interesting deity and the iconocologist’s delight. Ganesha is also known as Vinayaga, Ganapati, Vigneswara. The granite stone article on Poompuharis of the elephant headed deity with four hands holding ‘paasam’ (the noose) and ‘mazhu’ (the axe) in his hands along with his broken tusk in writing pose. Keeping the Ganesh idol is considered lucky and is said to bring prosperity.

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    Ranganathar Deepam

    The Ranganathardeepam or lamp has a round base with 1 spout.At the centre motif Lord Sriranganathar is displayed in a reclaiming pose with his consort sridevi in sitting position on the coil of a 5 headed serpant. Placing the RanganatharDeepam in your home is said to keep away bad omen.

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    Murugar Set Polish

    Murugar is another son of Lord Shiva and also known as Karthikeya, Skanda in Northern Regions and Subramanya, Muruga in Southern Regions. In this idol he is invariably seen with his Vel & Peacock. The article is made with a mix of zinc, copper, gold, lead and tin. The idol of Murugar, the Lord of War and Victory is said to bring strength to the family whose home the lord resides in.

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    Ashtalakshmi Chembu

    Copper has been the favourite material for making household utensils and vessels since ancient days. The medicinal properties of Copper were well understood and put to good use by the ancient Indians. The 4x4" Copper Ashtalakshmi Chembuavailable at Poompuhar is used in puja rituals to store offerings like milk, payasam, panagam, etc. Also called Kalash, the Ashta Lakshmi Chembu is the most popular and revered ritual during the house warming ceremonies, weddings, Lakshmi Puja and in temple festivals such as Kumbhabhishekam and Bhramotsavam. The water in the kalash represents the primordial water from which everything emerged. Water is considered the giver of life and source of all forms. A must have in your home for all the religious activities.

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    Want to see more items which can be placed in your prayer rooms? Head over to tnpoompuhar.org to see everything available.

  • Lord Karthikeya

    One of the most worshipped and acclaimed deities of South India, is Lord Karthikeya.  Lord Karthikeya is also known as Murugan, Skanda, Kumaran and Subrmaniya. He is revered as the God of victory for his intelligence and bravery. He personifies a divine powerthat kills negativities in human beings as he was created to wipe out the demons. According to the Hindu mythology, he is believed to be the elder son of Lord Shiva and Parvati in South India, while the North Indians believe him to be younger than Lord Ganesha.

    Lord Karthikeya’s weapon is a Vel(spear), which represents power as his mother Parvati had vested all the powers in that spear. He is depicted to be mounted on a peacock with a snake clasped in its claws, which signifies destruction of evil and sins in human beings. As a God of war, he is thought to be one of the fiercest Gods among all Gods. He is believed to have killed many of the ferocious demons like Krauncha, Banasura, Pralamba and many more.

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    Lord Karthikeya is believed to have six heads. The six heads represent five senses and the mind.  The six headed God also teaches his followers to combat six most predominant evils within oneself; which are ego (mada), sex (kaama), anger (krodh), jealousy (matsarya), passion (moha) and greed (lobha). He is also worshipped as a God with immense intellect and great mental power.

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    Keeping in line with the great religious following of Lord Karthikeya in South India, Poompuhar offers various Lord Karthikeya idols. The traditional idol making is followed and bronze figurines are made. These idols are made with traditional idol making techniques inbrass, bronze,stone and wooden carvings. The idols made by artisans at Poompuhar are often given antique finish, so that antique lovers can add to their antique collection and display them in their drawing rooms or prayer area.Apart from the beautiful sculptures of Lord Karthikeya, paintings of him are also available.

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    All these products are available online as well as at our sales showroom in Chennai.

    Note: We also hold exhibition-cum sale in different cities regularly where all items are available for an attractive discount. Currently, you can purchase a Lord Murugan idol or painting from our collection at the ongoing Craft Mela in Mumbai during05-14th Feb 2016. Venue: Shri Sunderbai Hall, Church Gate, Behind Income tax office, Mumbai-20

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