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    Murugar 6″

    3,000

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi. He was born to be a warrior who would save the people from the Asuras. He is depicted here armed with his Spear, and the sugarcane bow and flower arrow in his upper arms. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage. He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

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    Murugar 4″

    1,800

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi. He was born to be a warrior who would save the people from the Asuras. He is depicted here armed with his Spear, and the sugarcane bow and flower arrow in his upper arms. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage. He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

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    Murugar Valli Deivanai 4″

    3,600

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Murugar, with his consorts Valli and Deivanai. The Divine trio is depicted standing on a stepped pedestal and framed by an elaborate Prabhavali, richly carved with floral motifs, elephants, and Lion’s head. Each of them stands on a Lotus base, carved with petal motifs. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage. He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

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    Murugar With Arch 10″

    18,000

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi. The idol is framed by an elegant Prabhavali or Arch, which is carved in traditional motifs. He is depicted here armed with his Spear, and the sugarcane bow and flower arrow in his upper arms. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage. He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

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    Murugar With Arch 10″

    15,300

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi. The idol is framed by an elegant Prabhavali or Arch, which is carved in traditional motifs. He is depicted here armed with his Spear, and the sugarcane bow and flower arrow in his upper arms. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage. He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

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    Murugar With Peacock 6″

    7,500

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi. He was born to be a warrior who would save the people from the Asuras. He is depicted here armed with his Spear, and the sugarcane bow and flower arrow in his upper arms. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage. He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

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    Murugar With Peacock 12.4″

    27,000

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi. He was born to be a warrior who would save the people from the Asuras. He is depicted here armed with his Spear, and the sugarcane bow and flower arrow in his upper arms. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage. He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

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    Murugar With Peacock 6″

    9,000

    Handcrafted Bronze idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi. He was born to be a warrior who would save the people from the Asuras. He is depicted here armed with his Spear, and the sugarcane bow and flower arrow in his upper arms. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage.He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).