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Brass Trishul (Shiv / Shankar Bhagwan Sign)


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The Trishul is an important part of the Mandir (Dev Ghar) at your home. A trishula is a type of traditional Indian symbol but also found in Southeast Asia. It is usually a Hindu-Buddhist religious symbol. Trishul means "three spear" in Sanskrit and Pali.

The trishula symbolism is polyvalent and rich. The trishula is wielded by the Hindu God Shiva or Shankar and is said to have been used to sever the original head of Ganesha, Shiva’s Son. The three points have various meanings and significance. They are commonly said to represent --creation, maintenance and destruction, past, present and future, the three gunas. When looked upon as a weapon of Shiva or Shankar Bhangwan , the trishula is said to destroy all the ugly things in the world.

In the human body, the Trishula also represents the place where the three main nadis, or energy channels (ida, pingala and shushmana) meet at the brow. The trisula's central point represents Shushmana, and that is why it is longer than the other two, representing ida and pingala.

Sanskrit: trishula, Malay: trisula, Malayalam: trisool, Thai: trisun, or shortened as tri

This brass Trishul is about 5 inches in height.
Please let us know if you want a bigger size brass Trishul.

  • Model: 1827
  • Shipping Weight: 150Grams

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