Brass Peetam – Sri Lalitha Devi – Medium

For centuries, brass ritual chairs(peetams) have held a significant place in religious and spiritual practices across cultures around the world.  Symbolic view of having a Peetam in an altar is that it is a representation of the connection between the divine and the mortal world. Offering prayers to a deity sitted high on a peetam in an altar  can be a place of solace, contemplation, and reverence, guiding practitioners towards a deeper understanding of self and selflessness.

Peetams can come in many different shapes and sizes, and they are often designed to reflect the specific beliefs and traditions of the people who use them. Peetam in the altar represents an opportunity for individuals to connect more deeply with their spirituality. It can provide a sense of grounding and a reminder that we are all part of something larger than ourselves. Whether you practice a specific religion or simply enjoy meditating and reflecting on the mysteries of the universe, a peetam can be a powerful tool – one that has been embraced by people of all walks of life throughout history.

The brass ritual seat for deity is beautifully engraved with all the auspicious signs, including a tri-headed snake at the back of the seat and a lotus on the face of the chair. The entire seat is lavishly adorned with intricate traditional design, which is in line with the world renowned excellent reputation of Indian brass art. Not to mention, being made of brass, the seat promises to shine with gold-like luminescence for years to come, while being ever easy on the pocket.

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