Lord Balaji with Sridevi and Padmavathi - Etikoppaka Handicraft

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Venkateswara the king, is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Venkateswara is known to be the only God who took birth to save the people from troubles of Kaliyuga. He will reside there in the temple till the end of Kaliyuga. At the end of Kaliyuga Lord Vishnu’s other incarnation Kalki will take birth and destroy everything on earth. This would happen when sins will reach its peak and there will be no humanity left. That would be an end of Kaliyuga and Kalki will destroy everything and formation of new Yuga will take place. For this reason Tirupati Balaji temple is also known as Vaikuntha of Kaliyuga. 

 

  • Handmade by Etikoppaka Artist
  • Sourced directly from artisans of village
  • Light-weight wooden toys
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Venkateswara the king, is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Venkateswara is known to be the only God who took birth to save the people from troubles of Kaliyuga. He will reside there in the temple till the end of Kaliyuga. At the end of Kaliyuga Lord Vishnu’s other incarnation Kalki will take birth and destroy everything on earth. This would happen when sins will reach its peak and there will be no humanity left. That would be an end of Kaliyuga and Kalki will destroy everything and formation of new Yuga will take place. For this reason Tirupati Balaji temple is also known as Vaikuntha of Kaliyuga. Also known kaliyuga pratyaksha daivam.

This glorious wooden idol of Venkateshwara with his two wives is indeed a sight to behold.Sculpted with adoration for detail by the artisans of the Etikoppaka community, this handicraft retains the intimacy of creating art by hand and spreading the true joy of curation. Throughout generations, Etikoppaka has highlighted the impressive ability of cultures to withstand time, becoming monuments of a glorious past.