3" Five-Headed (Pancha-Mukhi) Hanuman In Brass | Handmade | Made In India

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If, resoluteness, humility, selfless service, devotion, control of mind and self-confidence are the qualities you want to develop in your lives, Hanuman is the deity for you. There is a deep significance behind Lord Hanuman being visualized as a monkey. In Hindu symbolism, a monkey signifies the human mind , which is ever restless and never still. This monkey-mind happens to be the only thing over which man has absolute control. We cannot control the world around us but we can control and tame our mind by ardent discipline. We cannot choose our life but we can choose the way we respond to it.

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Brass Statue
Height: 3.5 inch
Width: 2.5 inch
Depth: 1.5 inch
Weight: 250 gm
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Hanuman, when he was a child, was tempted by the sun and he rushed towards it thinking it to be a delectable fruit. On his way however, he was distracted by the planet Rahu and changed his path. Thus Hanuman is the temperamental human intellect, which is unquiet and excitable. It is only by diverting it to the path of pure bhakti (devotion), that it can be made aware of its profound and silent essence.


Thus, Hanuman is no ordinary monkey. While embarking on the search for Sita, the heroine of the epic Ramayana, the monkeys were confronted by the vast ocean lying between them and their goal. They wondered how they would make their way across this mighty obstacle. Someone suggested that Hanuman jump and cross over the sea. But Hanuman was doubtful, "I cannot do that," he said. At that moment, one of his companions reminded Hanuman of the awesome powers lying dormant within him. Instantly Hanuman regained memory of his divine strength and he successfully leaped across the ocean. Thus our mind too needs to be reminded of its divine potential and of the fact that it can achieve phenomenal heights provided it believes in its ability to perform the task in question. Truly Hanuman is symbolic of the perfect mind, and embodies the highest potential it can achieve.


The Vaishnavas evolved a syncretic form of Hanuman with five heads and ten arms, incorporating in the composite image five important Vaishnavite deities:


At the center a monkey's face (Hanuman).


A lion's visage representing Narasimha gazing southwards.
An eagle's head symbolizing Garuda facing west.
A boar head of Varaha (north).
A horse's face for Hayagriva (facing the sky).
Each head signifies a particular trait. Hanuman courage and strength, Narasimha fearlessness, Garuda magical skills and the power to cure snake bites, Varaha health and exorcism and Hayagriva victory over enemies.


The Mighty Hanuman: Exploring the Legends and Significance of the Monkey God

Hanuman is mentioned in several Vedic works of literature such as the Ramayana, Mahabharata, and Srimad Bhagavatam. He is the dearest devotee of Lord Ramachandra, the Supreme Personality of Godhead. He is always engaged in the service of the Lord and the Lord always looks out for Hanuman every moment. Hanuman is often depicted tearing apart his chest and an image of Ram and Sita is seen which means that He is always absorbed in the transcendental thoughts of Shri Shri Sita Ram. In the Vaishnava traditions or Sampradayas, Hanuman plays a huge role in the spiritual life of a Sadhaka. Without getting the mercy of Hanuman, no one can get closer to Lord Ram. He is the very personification of devotion and dedication.

He has a monkeylike form and is bestowed with extraordinary powers and capabilities. But He does not use his powers to show to others, rather, he uses them in the service of Sita and Ram. The devotees of Ram always follow in the footsteps of Sri Hanuman to become sincere servants of the Lord.
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Can we keep Hanuman idol at home?

Keeping the deity of Lord Hanuman at your home altar would be very auspicious for everyone in your family. Sri Hanuman is very merciful and compassionate toward all living entities. He bestows his blessings especially on those who engage in the worship of Lord Ram and Mother Sita. Therefore, if you have the deities of Sita and Ram on your altar, installing the deity of Sri Hanuman will be the best decision. However, if you do not have Lord Ram and Mother Sita deities, you can keep the single deity of Hanuman as well. If you want to please him, you may chant the names of Lord Ram and sing His glories in front of his deity. Your life will completely change and you will experience transcendental bliss which is not found in performing any kind of material activities.
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Which Hanuman idol is good for home?

Exotic India offers you several types of Hanuman statues that you can keep on your home altar for worship. If you want to attract the mercy of Lord Hanuman and experience transcendental ecstasy, you may keep any of the forms of Lord Hanuman such as standing Hanuman, Hanuman in Dhyana Mudra, Hanuman carrying Sanjeevani, Hanuman opening his chest, Panchamukhi Hanuman, etc. Serve Lord Hanuman to the best of your capacity and pray to him to remove the obstacles in the path of your devotional service to Lord Ram and Mother Sita.
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