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    White metal incense burner with OM inscription. Available in 5 different colours.  Width 5 by 5 cm, height 1cm, weight: 37 grams.  

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    Ganesha is the most worshipped Indian deity. He is revered as remover of obstacles, the patron of letters and education, the deva of intellect and wisdom. Ganesha is invoked before commencing a new project or a travel. One of the invocation says "OM Namah Ganapatye Gan".

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    Malas are used for Japa, keeping count while chanting or mentally repeating a mantra. This one, from sandalwood, is used both in Hinduism as well in Buddhism. In Sanskrit “mala” signifies a “garland” for prayers made of flowers or pearls.

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    Lakshmi is the consort of God Vishnu.She is the goddess of beauty and prosperity(both material and spiritual). In two of her hands she holds lotus flowers and her other two hands make the gesture for gift. Her four hands represent the virtue. Gold and jewels are Lakshmi's symbols. The Hindus light candles in front of their homes during the period of...

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    Mala with a single Rudraksha seed. Its name comes from the Sanskrit word Rudra-Aksham, meaning “the eyes of Rudra”, one of Shiva's names. The number of grooves (faces) on the Rudraksha bead is of a great importance. This one has 4 faces, like the 4 Vedas.  

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    The picture of Ganesha is ornated with sequins to sublimate the Deity. The symbol OM intertwines with the image of Ganesha. OM is the cosmic vibration which furthers the energy flow and favours the illimitability of the thoughts. There is no beginning and no end. One embraces all that exists in its purest form.

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    Mala made of rock crystal beads with red cord.

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    Saraswati is the goddess of knowledge and the mistress of arts, more particularly of the music. She is the river of the consciousness that animates the creation. She embodies everything sublime and pure in nature. One of her invocation mantras is: "Om Namah Sarasvatyai But"  

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    Soft and silky cotton scarf in fuchsia colour, printed with the sacred syllable Om (or Aum) which's origination could be found even before the Sanskrit and Devangari writings. Initially the Omkar was traced on the ground or on palm leaves. The Om symbol represents the crescent moon, the Cosmic energy in its purest form.

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    This mala is called “Mala of the 8 planets”. The semi-precious gemstones which compose it help the concentration. Malas are used for Japa, keeping count while chanting or mentally repeating a mantra. In Sanskrit “mala” signifies a “garland” for prayers made of flowers or pearls. Mala crafting is considered to be one of the 64 traditional Indian arts.

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    Tibetan bracelet with a Buddhist mantra.

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    Krishna is reckoned to be the incarnation of love and joy. Krishna is portrayed in various perspectives. As an youthful prince he is giving direction and guidance as in the Bhavagad Gita. In his baby aspect he is invoked by couples who want to have a child. One of the mantras for his invocation is: "Om Namah Krishnaya Kleem".

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    Krishna is reckoned to be the incarnation of love and joy. Krishna is portrayed in various perspectives. As an youthful prince he is giving direction and guidance as in the Bhavagad Gita. In his baby aspect he is invoked by couples who want to have a child. One of the mantras for his invocation is: "Om Namah Krishnaya Kleem".

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    Bracelet, handmade in India. Engraved with a mantra. Carved white metal bracelet. Width 0,8cm.

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    White metal incense burner engraved with a spiral. Available in 5 different colours. Width 5 by 5 cm, height 1cm, weight: 37 grams.  

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    Satya Sai Baba Nag Champa Agarbatti incense. Classic among Indian incense since 1964. The famous blue box never stops to enchant us with the scents of India.

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    Soft and silky cotton scarf in green, printed with the sacred syllable Om (or Aum) which's origination could be found even before the Sanskrit and Devangari writings. Initially the Omkar was traced on the ground or on palm leaves. The Om symbol represents the crescent moon, the Cosmic energy in its purest form.

  • 140,00 €

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    Tibetan bracelet, handmade in India. Engraved with the Peace Buddhist mantra "Om mani padme hum". Carved white metal bracelet. Width 1 cm.

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    White metal incense burner engraved with the symbol of the second chakra. Available in 5 colours. This is the Swadhisthana chakra, located below the navelin the lower belly, the center of energy. This chakra is associated with the element water, therefore with creativity and pure knowledge. Width 5 by 5 cm, height 1cm, weight: 37 grams.  

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    This mala is composed of 108 Rudraksha seeds. Its name comes from theSanskrit word Rudra-Aksham, meaning “the eyes of Rudra” - this isone of Shiva's names. Malas are used for Japa, keeping count whilechanting or mentally repeating a mantra. In Sanskrit “mala”signifies a “garland” for prayers made of flowers or pearls.

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    Bracelet, handmade in India. Engraved with graphic details. Carved white metal bracelet. Width 0,8 cm.

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