Kartikeya is an epitome of flawlessness, a fearless leader of god's forces, and the God of War, who was made to annihilate the devils, symbolizing the negative inclinations in people. Kartikeya was a heavenly hero brought into the world to save everybody from an evil presence. Shiva, the lord of annihilation, and Parvati, Shiva's significant other, were the guardians of Kartikeya, who made him by framing five separate kids into one god with six heads. Kartikeya carries in one hand a lance and his other hand is continuously blessing his devoted worshippers. His vehicle is a peacock, a devout bird that holds with its feet a snake, which represents the inner self and wants of individuals. More often than not, Lord Kartikeya shows up in dreams at the hour of hesitation, stress, or incredulity obfuscating one's discernment, bravery, or astuteness. Lord of War, Kartikeya's dream during this stage awards perceptiveness capability to the individual and ushers bravery into the worshiper's mind when the ruler appears with his brilliant lance. Kartikeya was supposed to be perhaps the most attractive-looking and attractive god.
He is frequently depicted as radiating innocent man. Frequently portrayed as a quiet and tranquil person, he had a face that looked like the full moon's brilliance. Thus, a statue of Kartikeya ensures a constant flow of positive energy in the worshiper’s abode. Kartikeya's other name, Shadanana, which signifies 'one with six heads' relates to the five sensory faculties and the brain. The six heads additionally empower him to see in every direction - a significant property that guarantees that he counters numerous blows that can hit him. The war symbolism and the six heads of Kartikeya demonstrate that assuming people wish to lead themselves effectively through the clash of life, they should generally be ready in case they are shown some unacceptable way by cunning individuals with the six satanic indecencies: kaama (sex), krodha (outrage), lobha (eagerness), moha (enthusiasm), mada (inner self) and matsarya (envy).
Q1. What is the significance of seeing Lord Kartikeya in your dreams?
The devoted worshippers who see Lord Kartikeya in their dreams may likewise observe that they can concentrate better and be centered which was not the case before. This occurs as Lord Kartikeya's energy attempts to stretch the individual's boundary onwards and for that, the brain needs to quit pondering the unremarkable and the insignificant. Dreams of Lord Kartikeya are an indication of the enlivening of the extraordinary kind and one can say that even kundalini arousing starts for certain devotees who dream about him subsequent to seeing it. Kartikeya addresses tenacious courage detached from the result. Lord Kartikeya's dream advises us to battle for all that is Just or Dharma and to battle in any event when we realize that the loss might be plausible, because of each possibility, each demonstration, and, surprisingly, every musing is 'gathered' karma.
Q2. What are the various festivals celebrated in the honor of Lord Kartikeya?
One of two significant celebrations committed to the love of Lord Kartikeya is Thaipusam. It is accepted that on this day, Goddess Parvati gifted a spear to Lord Kartikeya to vanquish the devil Tarakasura and battle their abhorrent deeds. Accordingly, Thaipusam is a festival of the triumph of good over evil. Another territorial celebration celebrated generally by Shaivite Hindus is Skanda Sashti, which is seen to pay tribute to Lord Kartikeya on the 6th day of the brilliant fortnight of the Tamil month of Aippasi (October - November). It is trusted that Kartikeya, on this day, demolished the legendary evil spirit Taraka. Celebrated in all Shaivite and Subramanya temples in South India, Skanda Sashti honors the obliteration of evil by the Supreme Being.
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