This metal symbol of Balaji, is intended for performing puja at your home, or for just enlivening your home in Hindu manner. Venkateshwara is another type of Master Vishnu who is the most mainstream ruler. He is otherwise called Venkatachalapathi or Venkataramana or Tirumal devar or Varadaraja or Srinivasa or Balaji or Bithala. In his two high grounds he holds a disk (an image of intensity) and a conch’s hellfire (an image of presence). With his lower hands stretched out descending he requests that lovers have confidence and give up to him for assurance.
The icon of the Master is grand, excellent and magnificently executed one. Themost capturing highlight of the Master is the penetrating atmosphere of an overwhelming feeling of godliness. His outward appearance with long and dim eyes is ‘sama drishti’, and an unceasing grin is remarkably quiet and delightful, mirroring a feeling of complete love and quietness, that encompasses every living animal in its generosity.
The rich creative mind of Brahmanical writing depicts him as the Ruler of various universes: the foundation of the marvels of Creation, Life, Living, Occasions, Change et al as the Preserver of the Hindu Trinity. Sri Venkateswara Master, or Tirupati Balaji, is the directing god of the well known and bounteous Tirumala sanctuary.