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Linga Bhairavi Mukha. Handcrafted copper form. Energized in the abode of Devi at the Velliangiri Foothills
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Length: 33 inches
Width: 33 inches
Height: 4.5 inches
Weight: 9 kg
Material: Copper and Brass
With penetrating eyes and tenacious arms,
depicting her prowess and power,
emerging out of this majestic copper panel,
in all her splendor, is Devi Linga Bhairavi.
The most exuberant expression of the Divine Feminine, she bestows her grace upon the one who wishes to prosper in the physical and material aspects of life or transcend them.
Designed by Sadhguru, this handcrafted Linga Bhairavi Mukha is an energized offering for the devotees to behold and connect with the Devi.
Adding to the aesthetics, the Mukha is framed in brass with Devi’s dauntless eyes and striking nose ring made of the same. Moreover, its rusty copper surface, with intricate carvings adorned by Devi kumkum, has a classical antique finish.
Bring Bhairavi home and invigorate your life with her grace.
Let her enormous presence envelop you with her nurturing embrace.
The Powerful Medium
A Reminder of Grace
Linga Bhairavi Mukha is an inner reminder of Devi’s grace.
An Overpowering Presence
This energized, handcrafted copper form of Devi radiates her all-encompassing qualities.
How To Use
Devi doesn’t require any special rituals, one can approach her with a sense of offering.
You can light a lamp at least once a day. Ghee or gingelly/sesame oil can be used for the lamp, along with a cotton wick
If you wish, you may make an offering of flowers and incense. Please keep the offerings in front of the Mukha
To connect with Devi you can chant 1, 3, 6, 9, or 11 cycles of the Linga Bhairavi Stuti
How to care
It is best to keep the Devi Mukha in your sadhana space, pooja room, or living area where you can maintain a certain sanctity
Use only consecrated Kumkum on the Mukha from the Linga Bhairavi temple.
Use a Devi Vastram to clean the Mukha periodically and keep it dust-free
Do not touch the Mukha unless necessary. It is best to keep any disturbances to a minimum