Lord Balaji and Maa Lakshmi Brass Statue on Elephant with Trunk Up

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Pair of Lord Venkateswara Balaji and Goddess Lakshmi on Elephant with Trunk Up | Brass Statue

Stationed on Triumphing Gajas\Elephants are the graceful zenith of Vaikuntha - Swami Venkateshwara and Devi Lakshmi. Consort to each other, in balancing the fundamentals of present, preservation, material reality, and comfort; together they represent harmony and the highest ideal of lived life to understand. Narayana whose state is met beyond all states, accompanied by Kamala embodying abundance, together guides your path to your spiritual happiness in our exclusive brass irie. 

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Item Code: WSC325
Dimensions 16.50 inch Height X 7.50 inch Width X 14.00 inch Depth
Weight: 23.56 kg
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Divine Splendor of Venkateshwara Balaji"s Iconography: Exploring the Symbolism and Significance of the Hindu Deity"s Form

Lord Venkateshwara Balaji is the presiding deity of the world-famous Tirupati temple situated in the Andhra Pradesh state. He is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who took this special form just to be merciful upon the fallen souls of Kali Yuga and save them from drowning in the ocean of nescience. He is considered an important deity in the Vaishnava community. He is the destroyer of sins. Whoever approaches Him and worships Him with love and devotion, certainly gets His causeless mercy and attains the highest perfection of life.

Where to place Tirupati Balaji idol at home?

Lord Venkateshwara is very merciful and has come to this material world to relieve people from the miseries and pangs of material existence. The Vedic scriptures such as the Skanda Purana glorify the Lord and mention the benefits of worshiping the deity of Lord Venkateshwara. Since He is the Supreme Lord, only by His mercy and sweet will can anyone come to the platform of performing loving devotional service. If you want to attract His mercy, you must bring into your home, a beautiful deity of Lord Venkateshwara, and install it on the altar.

Although the standards of deity worship are not as strict as those followed in the temples, there are some things you need to keep in mind. If you have enough space in your home, you must install the deity where there are no unnecessary distractions. Avoid keeping it in your bedroom. However, if there is no other option, you can place it in a corner of your bedroom.

Why is Balaji’s face covered?

The beautiful transcendental form of Lord Venkateshwara Balaji is unique in so many ways. He stands bearing four arms holding a conch shell (Panchajanya) and a disc (Sudarshan Chakra) in His upper hands. While His lower arms are in different mudras to bless His devotees. He is elaborately decorated with several ornaments that look immensely beautiful. But there is something very interesting about His eyes. His forehead bears a white huge mark or Tilak known as Urdhva Pundra that covers most parts of His eyes. The reason behind this is often given that the devotees who come to take the Darshan of Lord Balaji cannot withstand the effulgence coming out of His glorious eyes and therefore the white mark or mask covers His eyes.

Where is real Tirupati Balaji and how old is the deity?

The original or real deity of Lord Venkateshwara Balaji is established in the Tirumala Temple in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. It is believed to have been self-manifested. As far as the deity is concerned, it is believed to have appeared at the beginning of Kali Yuga, which means around 5,000 years ago. The Tirumala temple is famous all over the world and thousands and lakhs of devotees visit to take the blessings of the Lord and be situated in transcendental ecstasy seeing the beautiful form of the Lord.
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