Baglamukhi Brass Murti/Maa Baglamukhi Idol (माँ बगलामुखी मूर्ति): The enchanting Goddess Baglamukhi idol in mesmerizing colors and golden artwork is made of pure brass. Hand carving and detailed craftsmanship bring the idols to life. People worship Goddess Baglamukhi for power, victory, protection and dominion over enemies. It helps to achieve success in lawsuits and competitions and also calms quarrels in favor of the worshiper (Baglamukhi Brass Murti).
Her worship is also effective in warding off evil persons, ghosts, and Yakshani. Baglamukhi has the second night of courage and is the force or Shakti of cruelty. Known as the three-eyed Devi, she wears yellow robes and jewels and has the moon as her tiara. Additionally, she carries champak flowers, holds the enemy’s tongue with one hand, and stabs him with her left hand. Therefore, she should be meditated upon as the stunner of the three worlds. (Baglamukhi Brass Murti)
Baglamukhi Mata also spelled as “Bagala” is one of the most powerful goddesses standing eighth among the Dus Mahavidyas. She is famous as the goddess of wisdom and can paralyze and control enemies who seek to harm Her devotees. Due to these powers, Maa Baglamukhi is also famous as Goddess Stambhana. The word “Bagala” is a word from the word “Vagla” which means bridle. The word “Vagla” then became famous as “Bagala”. Goddess Baglamukhi (Baglamukhi Brass Murti) is popular with 108 names. In the northern part of India people often know Maa Baglamukhi as “Pitambari Maa”. Besides, she also named Brahmastra Roopini, Pitambara devi, and Shatrubuddhivinashini. (Maa Baglamukhi Idol)
The Iconography of Maa Baglamukhi:
According to the iconography of Tantra Sara, Baglamukhi Mata sits prettily on a golden throne in the middle of the ocean on a beautiful altar. She has a yellowish complexion that looks like gold, draped in a yellow sari and golden ornaments; Adorned with a garland of yellow flowers. Maa Baglamukhi’s image shows her pulling the demon’s tongue with her left hand while raising her club to strike the demon with her right hand. Moreover, she is famous for her yellow color and this color plays a key role in her worship. According to another account, Mata Baglamukhi has a third eye and four arms with a yellow crescent on her forehead. Her iconography commonly depicts her with a human head, but sometimes the goddess Baglamukhi is with crane head.
Baglamukhi Brass Murti Details:
Metal: Brass Metal
Size: 13×6.5 Inch
Weight: 3.650 Gram
Product Type: Puja Idol
Energized: Baglamukhi Beej Mantra
Shipping: Within 4-5 Days in India