It is made from pure silk and dyed in the bandhani style that is a rage with the women of the region. It comes in two youthful colours, cobalt blue and vermillion orange Both these colours do justice to the zari-edged chequers that define the field. Such a dupatta is best teamed with a basic, solid-coloured suit in order to bring out its brilliance. This is a great, statement-making number to be worn to casual parties in the day and evening alike.
The unique Shiva Ling, in its cylindrical shape over the beautifully carved Yoni base -an emblem of the goddess- is representing its iconic attributes in a wonderous manner being: The Tripund tilak, The Third Eye (symbolizes alertness, knowledge and wisdom) and Bilvapatras incredibly carved with an aesthetic look on the Ling. The bilvapatra is trifoliate which symbolizes the trinity i.e. Lords Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. It is also said to represent the trinetra of lord Shiva. A Trishul with Stand and Damru ( with a snake clung over it ) is enticing and wonderful. Trishul signifies the creation, maintenance, and destruction. Damru symbolizes the Universe which is always expanding and collapsing.
Lord Shiva is also called Mahadeva or the Great God,( G for generator, O for operator and D for Destroyer ). In Hindu temples, an embodiment of Shiva is often placed prominently at the altar in a form or avatar known as the lingam. Due to the drinking of Halahala poison by Lord Shiva, water/milk /other sacred liquid is poured on the Shivalinga as a symbol to calm and relieve His body. Show your wavering devotion to Lord Shiva by keeping this adorable, handy shivalinga abhishek set in your worship room.
This uniquely shaped gemstone pendant is available in 5 different gemstones. They are malachite, prehnite, rose quartz, ruby zoisite and tiger eye. Malachite absorbs negative pollutants and energy from the atmosphere and body, prehnite alleviates fears and nightmares, rose quartz is popularly known as the stone of universal love, ruby zoisite enhances energy, love and abundance, whereas tiger eye releases fear and anxiety. The gemstone is shaped like a teardrop in the centre, with eight smaller oval pieces surrounding it. Overall, it creates a sense of balance and signifies the cycle of life. It is 3 inch in height, 2 inch in width and weighs 54 grams. Complete the pendant by purchasing a sterling silver chain, available in lengths between 16 to 20 inch.
When treated with care, this jewelry is made to last. The jewelry designs here at Exotic India Art are classic timeless pieces. Made with quality materials and gemstones known for its positive energy and healing properties, the wearer and the jewelry forms an affinity with each other over time. Each piece is treasured and kept in proper conditions by our customers, which in turn, receive an abundance of good blessings. Limited in stock, we believe that each piece of jewelry from Exotic India Art is ""fated"" to be with their owner. If you have been eyeing this piece of jewelry for quite some time and have a good feeling about this, get it now. We trust that you will not regret it. "
He is appareled in a dusty azure blue jama tightened by a gold studded floral belt as he tops it up with his sandstone orange choga bordered with snowy white outlines. His sharp sword is sheathed in a leather brown gilded scabbard as a golden chain hangs down from it to his waist belt. He holds an embroidered religious book in his left hand whilst a white cotton handkerchief in his left.
His background is made splendidly aesthetic by painting it in a hue of light jade and Carolina blue colors, contrasting it with pink lupines and white delphiniums that beautify the painting with the accompanying busy blue flowers which take the sideline. It is enclosed in a thick bronze glittered framework that makes it an eye-catching beauty as it attracts the spectators with its remarkable artistic wonders.
Note the columns of sequins that run down the length of the skirt and define the gorgeously coloured detailing. These lustrous silver-coloured bits the size of a thumbnail are a staple of women’s fashion in Northwestern India. A thin strip of shimmering silver lace lines the hemline of the skirt, which complements the sequins sewn on to the body of the skirt. Team this skirt with a glamorous Indian choli to make the most of it.
Note the angulature of His long torso and the suppleness of His limbs: with such a lifelike stance, the form of the Lord irreversibly draws in the devotee. The typical robe of Buddhist deities bares one shoulder and features dense embroidery from the navel downwards. The finest adornments grace His beauteous person - necklaces resting on the broad decolletage, bracelets down those slender arms, and karna-kundalas that graze the zenith of His clavicles.
Zoom in on the handsome face of the Lord Chenrezig. The brow like the wings of a soaring albatross plunges into a sharp nose and a perfectly relaxed, symmetrical mouth. His crowned head drops gently forward, those half-shut eyes indicative of the deepest introspective contemplation.
The amethyst slave bracelet is one of our hottest trending items. Contrary to its name, this bracelet is quite elegant when worn. Made up of two main components, the ring and bracelet, a string of metal beads conjoins the bracelet and ring together. At 7.5 inches in length and weighing 23 grams, this is a real beauty that draws attention to your hand and adds elegance.
If you have been hesitating on getting this jewelry for a while now, don't waste anymore time. Each piece is stocked in limited quantities and there is no guarantee we will be able to find a similar one after it is sold out. All jewelry pieces scoured by Exotic India Art are exquisite and carefully selected for customers. We guarantee you will not regret it. "
He is seated in the perfect padmasana, heels gathered together directly below the navel, the knees and ischial tuberosity tripod set firmly on the ground beneath oneself. Note how the vibrant gold of the tigerskin loincloth contrasts sharply against His ashen blue complexion. With six of His eight hands - ashtabhujadhari or eight-armed Deva - He holds pots of nectar that He pours over Himself and the most ardent of His devotees. The same high-precision brushstrokes of His dark kesha (locks) have gone into the snakes that raise their hoods about His body. The lotus beneath His asana (mat), as well as the infusion of multiple shades and tints of blue in the background, add to the tranquil aura of Lord Maharityunjaya.
The dominant inscription on these prayer shawls is that of the holy aum syllable. Within that one point of japa lies the entirety of Indian itihasa and vedas. The same is to be found across almost all the shawls, accompanied by sacred motifs such as the blazing sun on the white one, the paduka on the purple one, the Vaishnavite peacock plumage on the brown one, and the Shaivite trishool (trident) on the azure one. No matter the nature of your devotion, these prayer shawls will be a valuable addition to your wardrobe.
The incense vessel that you see on this page is fashioned after the shape of a peacock. Its richly detailed plumage has been sculpted on and around the breast in lifelike detail. Zoom in on the miniscule, symmetrical serrations on its body and its slightly open wings. Note the way part of the plumage flourishes up above its back. A curvaceous extension from under its tail functions as a handle, along which are bored holes that would allow the incense to escape. Similar orifices are to be found along the long neck of the peacock, its back and beak, and the tips of its plumage.
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