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Features:Vāstu Veda upholds that the entrance to one’s dwelling is very crucial since every time one enters a place he/she activates a presiding energy in relationship to the mandala of the house at that point.
Magalmurti depicts Lord Ganesha who is not only the symbol of prosperity and profound knowledge but also the destroyer of all obstacles that can come in our way in our undertakings. Lord Ganesha represents the element earth and thus a terracotta figurine of Him will deflect all negative energies and attract the inflow of positive energy. Coconuts have always been considered auspicious while the najarbut seeds ward away the evil eye. Supari (betel nut) is a symbol for abundance while the coral beads indicate well-being. Ingredients:Handcrafted using traditional knotting and weaving styles and environment-friendly vastu materials 3 shriphals/coconuts - for auspiciousness 2 terracotta Sri Ganesha - Lord of good fortune Najarbot seed - for protection against the evil eye PanchmukhiRudraksha - for health and prosperity Banana leaves - for auspiciousness Betel nut - for abundance Coral Beads - for well-being Recycled glass beadsInstructions: foaming, non-abrasive cleanser) to clean the tubes, glass and other parts. Try not to dampen the strings.
The brass/copper parts of our chimes can be polished with a commercial cleaner.To use: The purpose of a Swasti Bhandarwar is to disperse the stagnating ‘prana’ or energy; hence its position is critical to ensure its proper functioning. While installing the wind chime look for a place in your home where natural air enters all the time through a window. Vastu Shastra recommends hanging this chime in the north-west corner of your home.
To use: Place this hanger on the top/side of your main door.