Brass Religious Hindu God Tirupati Balaji Statue Idol Figurine For Home Decor 11"

Brass Religious Hindu God Tirupati Balaji Statue Idol Figurine For Home Decor 11" - 46700
Brass Religious Hindu God Tirupati Balaji Statue Idol Figurine For Home Decor 11"
Brass Religious Hindu God Tirupati Balaji Statue Idol Figurine For Home Decor 11"
Brass Religious Hindu God Tirupati Balaji Statue Idol Figurine For Home Decor 11"

Brass Religious Hindu God Tirupati Balaji Statue Idol Figurine For Home Decor 11"

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  • Product Details : Product Code - 46700 || Width x Depth (Inches) - 6 x 3 Inches || Height (Inches) - 11 Inches || Weight (In Kg) - 3 Kg || Material - Brass || Made In India
  • USAGE: To decorate living room, pooja room, foyuer, altar, meditation room or entrance to your home or office. And can be placed on top of table or can be installed or placed anywhere indoor/outdoor/home/garden.
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Balaji is also known as Tirupati Balaji is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu or Venkateshwara (the destroyer of sins) situated in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The temple of Tirupati Balaji is referred to as the Bhuloka Vaikuntam meaning the ‘Abode of Vishnu on earth. It is also known as the Tirumala Temple where people visit by covering the distance of 12 km that begins from Alipiri in Tirupati. Devotees reach Tirumala the hill town where the temple is situated in Tirupati. Devotees travel on foot through a footsteps path of around 3550 steps to fulfill their vows to Venkateshwara and enjoy his blessings.

During the time period of Kali, as per the common myth, Lord Vishnu manifested himself in the temple to direct people towards salvation. Lord Vishnu appeared in the form of Balaji to protect mankind from the hassles of Kaliyuga, hence, got the name Kalyuga Pratyaksha Daivam.

Popularly also known as the ‘Temple of Seven Hills’, Tirupati Balaji is embedded on the seventh peak of Tirumala Hills in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. Owing to its royal architecture, mesmerizing location, and extensive popularity the temple is counted amongst the richest temple in the world. The temple receives a huge amount of donation every year which is in the form of cash, dollar, gold, silver, jewelry, property, and even the Demat share transfers. It is the most visited temple in the world, especially during the festive season.

There is a ritual named Thala neelala samarpana in which devotees sacrifice their hair at Balaji Temple. According to the ritual by giving up hair people get rid of sins and become capable to enter the pilgrimage.

The pious deity of Tirupati placed inside the temple is known by the name of Venkateswara in south India. The sacred deity of Balaji is black in color which is said to be self-transformed into the stone, hence, equipped with supreme powers. The deity is in standing posture facing the east. There are two imprints on the chest of Balaji representing Lakshmi and Padmavati. The white mark on the forehead is too long that covers the eyes and only a small part is visible.

As a part of worship Naivedhyam, darshan, aarti, and other rituals are performed by the priests. Festival season is observed throughout the year in the temple with the main event of Shri Venkateshwara Brahmotavam in the month of October.

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