Ordinarily, Dharma Shaasta is displayed with two consorts, to be specific Poorna and Pushkala. These names mean “Fulfillment” and “Flourishing”, and are references to the two ways – Jnaana and Bhakti, through which one arrives at the Absolute as Self-Realization.
Rather than the two consorts, these address the two parts of the actual Lord, in the unadulterated Yogic stance and structure one sees at Sabarimala.
The Lord is found in an interesting Yogic stance, here and there additionally found in Lord Narasimha, Dakshinamurthi or Aanjaneya. Here, the Lord is situated upstanding, with His legs twisted and the two lower legs contacting the Mooladhara or root Chakra. The erectness of the stance empowers free progression of Kundalini Shakti or the Life power through the seven Chakras. It is humanly hard to keep up with such a stance for long span, and to keep the legs from wandering ceaselessly, the Lord has a band (Yoga Pattai) binds his legs with the back.
Along these lines, Chin-Mudra, or the token of focus, awareness and the truth is the valid and extreme educating of Self-Realization. One sees this identical Mudra as Dakshinamurthi. Along these lines, the right 50% of Dharma Shaasta features the instructor or Shaasta Aspect, and this is definitively Poorna Devi – fulfillment of intelligence, information and comprehension of the real world.
The left hand of the Lord lays on His leg, pointing towards His feet. In totally situated types of Ayyappan, one will see the left leg lifted up, regardless of whether the right leg is lifted up (as in Yoga Asana structure in Sabarimala) or hangs down (as in Veera Asana structures in different sanctuaries). Hence, contingent upon the stature of the sculpture, when the aficionado stands or sits before the Lord, he will track down the Lord’s raised feet at the level of the heart This, and the Lord highlighting His feet, is His message to put His feet immovably in the heart (Hrudkamalam). The Lord as Krishna or Narayana says something very similar in the Bhagawad Gita – “Maam Ekam Sharanam Vraja”.
Having the Lord’s feet in the heart and continually examining on Him is the development of Bhakti or Divine Love, and this is likewise the least demanding method for developing Sattva Guna, appropriate conduct and Dharma, and eventually arrive at the Lord. Accordingly, the left 50% of Dharma Shaasta features the uprightness or Bhakti or Dharma Aspect, and this is definitively Pushkala Devi.
In this way, the two consorts, or rather the two parts of the Lord mean the idea of Dharma-Shaasta with transcendence of Narayana and Shankara angles separately.
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