Pucara bulls are a tradition of Andean families to bring happiness, protection and prosperity to homes, is an ancient art transmitted from generation to generation.
They represent the Andean duality, woman and man, male and female, father and mother; The couple that will live in that house will be prosperous, healthy and always protected.
That couple has to be like the two bulls, they have to have vitality and strength. The cross is placed on the spiritual side with a stairway that means that throughout their lives the couple has to climb one more step each day, in other words the progress that will strengthen the bond between them.
This is also the cock that tells us that we should wake up together every day and do everything in advance, but not everything will be effort and work, that is why the jug of chicha means the enjoyment of the couple because it represents the joys, the parties and the friendships that you will experience together.