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Lord Murugan holding his Vel (or spear), the profound significance of this symbology. He is depicted wielding a sakti or spear. This symbolizes his purification of human ills. His javelin is used to symbolize his far reaching protection, his discus symbolizes his knowledge of the truth, his mace represents his strength and his bow shows his ability to defeat all ills.
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Rangoli designs for diwali: Drawing rangoli is a tradition that has been passed on from many generations. Initially the diwali rangoli designs were drawn with rice flour, so small birds, insects etc can feed on them. Nowadays diwali rangoli has become an art, many competitions are held throughout India to inspire the young and the old. One can find several books which contains the rangoli.
History: Brass vel stand.The Vel or Spear is a sacred symbol of wisdom, valour and triumph (of good over evil).The Vel is sharp at the top and deep as the end. It also enjoys prominence in local culture as Lord Muruga's personal weapon of choice which was instrumental in getting him victory over the evil demon Soorapadma.