It’s Kartikeya (Murugan) master sculpture (Icon) made of metal. Ruler Kartikeya is an epitome of flawlessness, a fearless pioneer of god’s powers, and a war god, who was made to decimate the evil presences, speaking to the negative propensities in people. Kartikeya carries on one hand a lance and his other hand is continually favoring enthusiasts. His vehicle is a peacock, a devout winged animal that grasps with its feet a snake, which represents the personality and wants of individuals. The peacock speaks to the destroyer of hurtful propensities and the winner of exotic wants. The imagery of Kartikeya accordingly focuses to the available resources of arriving at flawlessness throughout everyday life.
Kartikeya (Sanskrit: कार्त्तिकेय, IAST: Kārttikeya), otherwise called Skanda, Kumara,, Murugan and Subrahmanya, is the Hindu divine force of war.] He is the child of Parvati and Shiva, sibling of Ganesha, and a divine being whose biography has numerous forms in Hinduism. A significant god around South Asia since old occasions, Kartikeya is especially well known and dominatingly revered in South India, Sri Lanka, Singapore and Malaysia as Murugan.