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Lord Murugan Idol Resurfaces: The God of War Arises!

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Along the Kosasthalaiyar river near Thiruvalangadu in Tamil Nadu, a group of young boys stumbled upon a rare and captivating discovery. They found an ancient Lord Murugan idol buried in the sands. Archeologists state that this 12th-century relic weighs 150 kilograms and stands 3.5 feet tall.

The emergence of Lord Murugan from the river bed has reignited interest in his worship, the God of War. Is this how Sanatana Dharma revives itself??! Is this a sign for when the ancient ones arise to claim their rightful place in the world of Adharma?!! Let’s talk

Discovery Of the God Murugan Idol 

The idol of Murugan was discovered by boys playing on the nearby Thiruvalangadu river. With its characteristic features of four arms and two legs, the statue unmistakably represents Lord Murugan.

However, a closer examination reveals that the idol depicts Lord Murugan in his manifestation as Brahma Sastha.

The idol was adorned with traditional artifacts such as a Japamala or prayer beads and a Kamandala.

Thereby, proving that this form of Lord Murugan is Brahma Sastha. In this manifestation, he assumed the creation duties of Lord Brahma himself. This manifestation is a rarity in itself. 

After careful examination, experts tentatively date the statue back to the 12th century AD. The discovery of additional Murugan artifacts scattered across the riverbed hints at the possibility of an undiscovered archaeological site. Consequently, the atmosphere in the region is fuelled with excitement with historians and locals alike celebrating the discovery. The local community, recognizing the importance of such findings, eagerly awaits further exploration and conservation efforts.

Lord Murugan: The God Of War

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Lord Murugan is known by many names. He is worshiped as Skanda or Kartikeya. He was the Senapati of the Gods against Tarakasur’s forces. As the God of War, Lord Skanda symbolizes courage, valor, and righteousness. For centuries Bharatvarsh paid dedicated piety at Lord Kartikeya’s feet.

His beauty and valor made him a beloved deity among devotees who wanted to be good warriors.

However, the temples of Skanda or Kartikeya are lost in the sands of time. 

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Reports state that numerous temples dedicated to Lord Kartikeya as Skanda or Murugan existed across the Indian subcontinent. The famous Kartikeya Temple stood in resplendent glory in Pushkar, Rajasthan, and other parts of India. Additionally, some say that a Skanda Temple was present in Himachal Pradesh also. Over time, many of these temples have fallen into disrepair or vanished altogether. What they leave behind are only faint traces of their once-glorious existence.

The Ancients Rise Again

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There is a surge of re-emergence of ancient idols in Bharat. They seem to be popping up from their resting place all over the nation. Thus, this surge seems to indicate that the Sanatana Gods are ready to arise to claim their rightful place. Moreover, the rediscovery of Lord Murugan in Tamil Nadu prompts contemplation on the Kala Chakara’s cyclical nature in Sanatana Dharma. As per Bhagwad Gita, Gods shall descend among the devotees to restore balance and re-establish Dharma. Thus, is this Kali Yuga over?!? Are we ready to usher in a new era of righteousness and Dharma??

The rediscovery of the ancient Murugan idol is a potent reminder of the enduring legacy of Sanatana Dharma. As devotees marvel at the resurfacing of this divine artifact, we must contemplate if there is a deeper spiritual significance behind such events. Perhaps, amid Kali Yuga’s turmoil, the resurgence of Murugan idols heralds a reawakening of Sanatana Dharma!!?! Let this idol offer hope for a brighter Sanatani future of Bharat and the world! 

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