Kirtimukha Door Knocker

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The otherworldly brass Kirtimukha whose bulging eyes and tongue lolling out of a mouth full of fangs catch our attention has its origin story narrated in the Shiva Maha Purana. Kiritimukha was originally a demon born from Shiva’s wrath that, troubled by his insatiable hunger and directed by Shiva, began devouring himself until all he had for a body was his face or Mukha as presented in this brass Kirtimukha door knocker.

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Item Code: ZDH23
Specifications:
Brass Statue
Dimensions 6.5 inch Height x 5.7 inch Width x 3.2 inch Depth
Weight: 1.30 kg
Handmade
Handmade
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Fully insured
Fully insured
Shipped to 153 countries
Shipped to 153 countries
More than 1M+ customers worldwide
More than 1M+ customers worldwide

Moved by the glorious devotion of the lion-faced demon, Lord Shiva gave him the name- Kirtimukha (Kirti-glory, Mukha- face) and established him at the entrance of all the holy shrines as a protector of the deity and a reminder of the virtue of self-surrender. In the ancient Hindu temples, the presence of the Kirtimukha on the top of the entrance is a tradition and without the Kirtimukha, it is believed that no temple structure is complete. In this brass Kirtimukha door knocker, the embodiment of Shiva’s pure rage serves as the centerpiece, holding two Makara (mythical Hindu creatures) forming a beautiful knocker. With a touch of India’s ancient culture, this brass Kirtimukha door knocker is an innovative twist given to the presence of Kirtimukha on the door frame. Adoring the doorway to your home, this brass Kirtimukha door knocker will make sure that only happiness and auspiciousness will knock on your door. 

 

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