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Karpagavirutcham Tree Wall Hanging

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barssKarpaga virutcham is a wish-fulfilling divine tree.

The Karpaga virutcham originated during the Samudra Manthana or the “churning of the ocean” along with Kamadhenu, the divine cow, providing for all needs. The king of the gods, Indra, returned with this tree to his paradise. Karpaga virutcham is also identified with many trees such as parijata (Erythrina variegata), Ficus benghalensis, Acacia, Madhuca longifolia, Prosopis cineraria, Diploknema butyracea, and mulberry tree (Morus nigra tree). The tree is also extolled in iconography and literature.

4,350.00 23% Off
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Vel with Peacock Wall Hanging (vel maaral symbol)

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This hand-crafted piece may have slight irregularities and imperfections which only add to the unique charm of the product.
This product As crafted from brass that is considered to be a sacred metal and traditionally used in prayer accessories

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Dispatched in a maximum of 10-15 business days. This item is not eligible for return. Cancellation requests will be accepted strictly within 24 hours of placing the order only. This product is made on order

For ordering out of India please Contact us in Whatsapp. Website shipment only within India

3,500.00 30% Off
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Meenakshi 8″

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Meenakshi is a Hindu goddess and tutelary deity of Madurai who is considered an avatar of the Goddess Parvati also referred to as Durga.
She is the divine consort of Sundareswarar, a form of Shiva.
She finds mention in literatures as the princess or queen of the ancient Madurai based Pandya kingdom who elevates to godhood.
The goddess is also extolled by Adi Shankara as Shri Vidya.

Meenakshi, Kamakshi and Visalakshi are considered the three Shakti forms of the Goddess Parvati

3,000.00 14% Off
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Natarajar 12″

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Nataraja is a depiction of the Hindu god Shiva as the divine cosmic dancer. His dance is called Tandava.The pose and artwork are described in many Hindu texts such as the Tevaram, Thiruvasagam in Tamil.

He is commonly referred as Koothan( கூத்தன்), Sabesan( சபேசன்) and Ambalavanan (அம்பலவாணன்) in various Tamil texts.

The sculpture is symbolic of Shiva as the lord of dance and dramatic arts, with its style and proportions made according to Hindu texts on arts. Tamil Devotional texts such as Tirumurai (The twelve books of Southern Shaivism) speaks that Nataraja is the form of Shiva in which he does Creation, destruction, Preserving, Maya and Blessing.Thus Nataraja is considered one of the highest forms of Shiva.

10,850.00 1% Off
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Paavai Vilakku 10

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Paavai Vilaku or a Lady Holding a Lamp is a very popular Hindu religious motif. The symbolism associated with it is auspiciousness. Gift during marriages, house warming and other similar functions .

5,000.00 9% Off
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Paavai Vilakku 18.5

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Paavai Vilaku or a Lady Holding a Lamp is a very popular Hindu religious motif. The symbolism associated with it is auspiciousness. Gift during marriages, house warming and other similar functions .

11,000.00 8% Off
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Paavai Vilakku 14″

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Paavai Vilaku or a Lady Holding a Lamp is a very popular Hindu religious motif. The symbolism associated with it is auspiciousness. Gift during marriages, house warming and other similar functions .

7,690.00 10% Off
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Paavai vilakku 12″

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Paavai Vilaku or a Lady Holding a Lamp is a very popular Hindu religious motif. The symbolism associated with it is auspiciousness. Gift during marriages, house warming and other similar functions .

5,500.00 8% Off

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