Sukaḥ (शुकः) or Parrot is connected with Kama, the deity of love in Hindu tradition. This might be due to its green feathers and crimson beak, which are associated with fertility. The red beak symbolises the red earth before rain, while the green feathers symbolise the green ground after rain. Red represents unfulfilled want, which is full of longing, whereas green represents satisfied desire, which is full of joy. Kama is frequently shown riding a parrot. Even Goddess Meenakshi is seen carrying a Parrot on her fingers. This brass hanging lamp combines classic and modern aesthetics with a stylized design of a parrot bending down and attempting to stroke its feathers with its beak. The lamp comes with a robust cord with a hook to let you hang it. A traditional oil basin with three wicks represents the lamp's capacity to enlighten Triloka's (three realms). This customized lamp is not only a fantastic fit for a traditional home décor or Puja area, but it can also be utilised as a ritual object to draw almighty blessings while providing the warmth of Agni or the holy fire.
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