Venughana Ther Kaavadi with God etched panel featuring Lord Krishna playing the flute, with consorts Bama and Rukmini, seen inside the dravidian gopura structure, the adjoining base rest which features full intricate fine details carved in, the top features a dravidian temple gopura pattern meticulously carved…Its is a handmade set carved out of Ven marudhu wood stained dark
The Kavadi Attam is the sacrificial offering performed by devotees to Lord Murugan during the auspicious festival day of Thaipusam. The Kavadi itself is a physical burden through which the devotees implore offering prayers for fulfiled or some future requirements from Lord Muruga. The kaavadi is reveared as a channel of communion with the lord & every family of kaavadi bearers treasure Kaavadi equivalent to gods display them in pooja with floral offerings
18 inches tall
8 inches wide
2 inches thick
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