Infant Yogi™ Premium Panchamukhi Hanuman Brass Lamp, Specially Designed Powerful Dia, Traditional Hanging Lamp or Thookkuvilakku, Handcrafted Brass Lamp
- Powerful Religious Lamp Designed&Powered by Infant YogiTM
- ThookkuVilakku or Hanging Lamps - traditional lamps from Kerala and Tamilnadu. A part of every household, these lamps are lit at first light of dawn and again at the fall of dusk. Lighting of this auspicious lamp marks the start of all festivities too. These lamps are handed down as family heirloom.
- The construct of a Hanging Lamp is from an age old traditional method of Bell Metal casting, using moulds, with designs that are centuries old. This is a wonderful option to own or to gift, while honouring an age old tradition of lighting a lamp for an auspicious start
- This craft has won worldwide reputation for its artistic perfection. This craft is mainly practised by crafts persons belonging to a particular community. The bell metal castings are done in the well known method of lost wax process. Made by Skilled Artists.
- Anjaneya has five faces (Pancha Mukha) and ten weapons. Hanuman is a great yogi (mystic) having transcended the five senses (Pancha Indriyas).
Infant YogiTM Special Lamp- Panchamukhi Hanuman Lamp is very Powerful Religious Lamp which is very helpful to protect Family from Negative/Asura Vibrations. The origin of Sri Panchamukhi Hanuman can be traced to a story in Ramayana. During the war between Lord Rama and Ravana, Ravana took help of Ahiravana, the king of Pathala. Lord Hanuman in order to protect Lord Rama and Lakshman formed a fortress with his tail. Ahiravana took the form of Vibhishana the noble brother of Ravana and took Lord Rama and Lakshman to Pathala loka. Hanuman entered pathala loka in search of Rama and Lakshmana, He found that life of Ahiravana was hidden in the five lamps which were placed in different directions. He could be killed only by extinguishing all five lamps the same time. To accomplish this Hanuman had to take the form of Panchamukha Hanuman. This form of Hanuman has five faces. Hayagriva, Narasimha, Garuda and Varaha are the four other faces along with Hanuman's face. Hanuman using the five faces in different directions blows air to extinguish the lamps there by killing Ahiravan.