10×3 Inch Brass Meenakshi having the parrot
Material Used : Brass
H x L x W (Inches) : 10x3x6
Weight (kgs) : 0.20
Posture : Standing
Purpose : Pooja&Decorative Purpose.
Goddess Parvathi the consort of Shiva is in the form of Meenakshi having the parrot on her right hand.
Meenakshi” is a Tamil-Sanskrit term signifying “fish-peered toward”, got from the words mina (“fish”) and akshi (“eyes”).She was prior known by the Tamil name Tadadakai (“fish-looked at one”), referenced in early verifiable record as a furious, unmarried and meat-eating goddess which was later sanskritised as Meenakshi.She is additionally known by the Tamil name “Angayarkanni” or “Ankayarkannammai” (truly, “the mother with the wonderful fish eyes”). As per another hypothesis, the name of the goddess actually signifies “rule of the fish”, got from the Tamil words meen (fish) and aatchi (rule)
Meenakshi (otherwise called AngayarKanni ,Meenatchi and Tadadakai), is a Hindu goddess and tutelary divinity of Madurai who is viewed as a symbol of the Goddess Parvati. She is the awesome associate of Sundareswarar, a type of Shiva.] She discovers notice in literary works as the princess or sovereign of the old Pandya realm who lifts to godhood. The goddess is likewise praised by Adi Shankara as Shri Vidya