Gurulu Raksha Mask (Standard)
(SKU: LS24108000) The Gurulu (Garuda Raksha) is the portrait of a mythical solar bird devouring a snake. The snake that is located above the bird face is called Naga. Gurulu is decorated with the enemy snakes as if they were a trophy. According to Hindu and Buddhist mythology, it is said that this bird was a vehicle on which Hindu God Vishnu rode. The mask is said to bring protection and good luck.
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- Masks are made from acrylic paint on goda kaduru (strychnine tree) wood.
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