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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Lord Kartikeya

Lord Kartikeya:



Kartikeya, the second son of Lord Shiva, and Goddess Parvati is also known as Subramaniam, Skanda, Guha, Shadannana or Sanmukha (because he has six faces).

He symbolizes an individual of perfection. He is the war God, the Hindu equal of Mars and Ares. He was shaped by all the Gods to lead the wonderful hosts and destroy the demons. He is the most masculine and fierce of all the Gods. He is as well fire, Agni and is very Pitta (fiery) in nature. Even as Ganesh removes all obstacles, Skanda bestows all religious powers, mainly the power of facts.

In one suggest he carries a spear called sakti which symbolizes the destruction of negative tendencies in humans. During his other hand he always blesses devotees.
The Lord's vehicle is a peacock which is able of destroying damaging serpents (symbolizing harmful ego and bad desires of people).
Lord Satyanarayana is another structure of Lord Vishnu who is naturally worshipped by Hindus in their homes near with family and friends.

The worship is performed naturally on a full moon (purnima) day of the month. People worship by reciting the genial story of the Lord which was once told by Lord Vishnu himself to the sage Narada for the profit of humankind.

The Lord's style is described in a Hindu book called Skanda Purana. He has four hands like Lord Vishnu, though, his fourth hand does not hold a lotus quite it is extensive upward to bless people.

Venkateshwara (Venkateshwer or Venkatachalapathi) is another form of Lord Vishnu who is as fine very popular as a Hindu deity. He is also known as Balaji or Bithala.

He has a dark complexion and four hands. In his two high hands he holds a discus (a symbol of power) and a conch s hell (a symbol of existence). During his inferior hands complete descending he asks devotees to have belief and give up to him for guard.

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