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  • Ganesh & Laksmi Coin with Sri Yantra - Good Luck, Abundant Blessings (GLST)
    Ganesh & Laksmi Coin with Sri Yantra - Good Luck, Abundant Blessings

    This Ganesh and Lakshmi Coin With Sri Yantra is:
     
    1.25" in diameter
    silver tone in color
     
    One side of this lucky coin features the popular Hindu God Ganesh, the remover of obstacles, and Lakshmi (Laxmi) Goddess of wealth.
     
    The reverse side of the coin features the Sri Yantra which is one of the most auspicious and powerful of all Yantras.  
     
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    $4.00
  • Copper Tibetan Offering Bowls (TGBC)
    Tibetan Offering Bowl

    Made of copper with silver medallions on the side, 2.5" diameter


    "The making of offerings is an antidote to the pattern of attachment and greed." - Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche



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    $7.00
  • Shiny Brass OM 4" (BRA64)
    Beautiful shiny Brass Om

    These beautiful Om symbols can be wall mounted as they have a hook on the reverse.
     
    This Om is beautifully finished in solid brass. The Om symbol which  represents the vibrational sound that created the universe as well as  the being the universal symbol for God. The Om symbol and sound are also  the focal point for many who practice meditation.
     
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    $12.00
  • Hanuman Yantra 24k Gold Plated - Strength and Devotion - Blessed and Energized (HGPY)
    Hanuman Yantra 24k Gold Plated - Strength and Devotion 

    This yantra is 24k gold plated
    3" Square

    Sri Hanuman Yantra is used for power, authority, vigour and to overcome Enemies. Hanuman Yantra is to appease Lord Hanuman. 
     
    Beej Mantra: "Om Sri Hanumante Namaha"
     
    Blessed and Energized with proper Mantras, Puja’s and Spiritually activated.  It currently resides on the Altar of our Haidakhandi Temple. 

    Yantra Meditation from Chopra Center:
     
    As you look at the yantra, allow your eyes to focus on its center. This dot in the center is called the Bindu, which represents the unity that underlies all the diversity of the physical world.
     
    Now allow your eyes to see the triangle that encloses the bindu. The downward pointing triangle represents the feminine creative power, while the upward facing triangle represents male energy.
     
    Allow your vision to expand to include the circles outside of the triangles. They represent the cycles of cosmic rhythms. The image of the circle embodies the notion that time has no beginning and no end. The farthest region of space and the innermost nucleus of an atom both pulsate with the same rhythmic energy of creation. That rhythm is within you and without you.
     
    Bring your awareness to lotus petals outside the circle. Notice that they are pointing outwards, as if opening. They illustrate the unfolding of our understanding. The lotus also represents the heart, the seat of the Self. When the heart opens, understanding comes.
     
    The square at the outside of the yantra represents the world of form, the material world that our senses show us, the illusion of separateness, of well defined edges and boundaries. At the periphery of the figure are four T-shaped portals, or gateways. Notice that they point toward the interior of the yantra, the inner spaces of life. They represent our earthly passage from the external and material to the internal and sacred.
     
    Now take a moment to gaze into the yantra, letting the different shapes and patterns emerge naturally, allowing your eyes to be held loosely in focus. Gaze at the center of the yantra on the page. Without moving your eyes, gradually begin to expand your field of vision. Continue expanding your vision until you are taking in information from greater than 180 degrees. Notice that all this information was there all along, you just became aware of it. Now slowly reverse the process by re-focusing back to the center of the yantra. Now gently close your eyes. You may still see the yantra in your mind’s eye. The patterns of creativity represented by these primordial shapes express the fundamental forces of nature. They govern the world and they govern you.
     

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    $15.00
  • Kali Yantra 24k Gold Plated - Destroyer of Evil - Blessed and Activated (KYGP)
    Kali Yantra 24k Gold Plated - Destroyer of Evil

    This yantra is 24k gold plated
    3" Square

    Grants the blessings of Mother Kali 


    - Promotes Spiritual Love and Darshan of Kali
    - Protects from Spiritual Harm and Dark Energy
    - Protects one from Black Magic, Evil Eye and Spirits
    - Removes Negative Effects of Saturn 
     
    Mantra - Om Kreem Kalakayai Namah
     
    What is a yantra? 
     
    Yantras are windows to the spiritual world. They are made of sacred diagrams and ancient sanskit mantra prayers. They connect directly to the realm of the represented deity. This allows you direct connection and access to the energy of the deity. 
     
    How do I use a yantra?
     
    Yantras are very easy to use. After you get the yantra, place it in your sacred space, altar or any other clean place. Each day, sit before the yantra and recite the given mantra prayer. In addition, you can also offer incense or flowers to the yantra. If this is done weekly, you will get even greater benefit. 
     
    Blessed and Energized with proper Mantras, Puja’s and Spiritually activated.  It currently resides on the Altar of our Haidakhandi Temple.  

    Yantra Meditation from Chopra Center:
     
    As you look at the yantra, allow your eyes to focus on its center. This dot in the center is called the Bindu, which represents the unity that underlies all the diversity of the physical world.
     
    Now allow your eyes to see the triangle that encloses the bindu. The downward pointing triangle represents the feminine creative power, while the upward facing triangle represents male energy.
     
    Allow your vision to expand to include the circles outside of the triangles. They represent the cycles of cosmic rhythms. The image of the circle embodies the notion that time has no beginning and no end. The farthest region of space and the innermost nucleus of an atom both pulsate with the same rhythmic energy of creation. That rhythm is within you and without you.
     
    Bring your awareness to lotus petals outside the circle. Notice that they are pointing outwards, as if opening. They illustrate the unfolding of our understanding. The lotus also represents the heart, the seat of the Self. When the heart opens, understanding comes.
     
    The square at the outside of the yantra represents the world of form, the material world that our senses show us, the illusion of separateness, of well defined edges and boundaries. At the periphery of the figure are four T-shaped portals, or gateways. Notice that they point toward the interior of the yantra, the inner spaces of life. They represent our earthly passage from the external and material to the internal and sacred.
     
    Now take a moment to gaze into the yantra, letting the different shapes and patterns emerge naturally, allowing your eyes to be held loosely in focus. Gaze at the center of the yantra on the page. Without moving your eyes, gradually begin to expand your field of vision. Continue expanding your vision until you are taking in information from greater than 180 degrees. Notice that all this information was there all along, you just became aware of it. Now slowly reverse the process by re-focusing back to the center of the yantra. Now gently close your eyes. You may still see the yantra in your mind’s eye. The patterns of creativity represented by these primordial shapes express the fundamental forces of nature. They govern the world and they govern you.
     

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    $15.00
  • Kuber Yantra - Lord of Wealth 24k Gold Plated - Blessed and Activated (KYGP)
    Kuber Yantra - Lord of Wealth 24k Gold Plated

    This yantra is 24k gold plated
    3" Square

    Money Drawing Yantra
     
    This yantra is very powerful for Lord Kuber and contains his numeric yantra in the center. It is surrounded with powerful seed mantras all around. 
     
    Open your doors for riches and luxuries to step in! Welcome Lord Kubera to your home or office. When the divine treasurer walks in with heaps of money and wealth for you, he also pours happiness, peace and success into your life!
     
    Kubera Yantra is a positive energy device which is engraved with luck lines for you. This energized piece drives in an array of divine power that accumulates money, material gains and also restores back your lost wealth. Lord Kubera, the God of riches and material wealth, showers his blessings on you through this Yantra.
     
    Blessed and Energized with proper Mantras, Puja’s and Spiritually activated.  It currently resides on the Altar of our Haidakhandi Temple.  

    Yantra Meditation from Chopra Center:
     
    As you look at the yantra, allow your eyes to focus on its center. This dot in the center is called the Bindu, which represents the unity that underlies all the diversity of the physical world.
     
    Now allow your eyes to see the triangle that encloses the bindu. The downward pointing triangle represents the feminine creative power, while the upward facing triangle represents male energy.
     
    Allow your vision to expand to include the circles outside of the triangles. They represent the cycles of cosmic rhythms. The image of the circle embodies the notion that time has no beginning and no end. The farthest region of space and the innermost nucleus of an atom both pulsate with the same rhythmic energy of creation. That rhythm is within you and without you.
     
    Bring your awareness to lotus petals outside the circle. Notice that they are pointing outwards, as if opening. They illustrate the unfolding of our understanding. The lotus also represents the heart, the seat of the Self. When the heart opens, understanding comes.
     
    The square at the outside of the yantra represents the world of form, the material world that our senses show us, the illusion of separateness, of well defined edges and boundaries. At the periphery of the figure are four T-shaped portals, or gateways. Notice that they point toward the interior of the yantra, the inner spaces of life. They represent our earthly passage from the external and material to the internal and sacred.
     
    Now take a moment to gaze into the yantra, letting the different shapes and patterns emerge naturally, allowing your eyes to be held loosely in focus. Gaze at the center of the yantra on the page. Without moving your eyes, gradually begin to expand your field of vision. Continue expanding your vision until you are taking in information from greater than 180 degrees. Notice that all this information was there all along, you just became aware of it. Now slowly reverse the process by re-focusing back to the center of the yantra. Now gently close your eyes. You may still see the yantra in your mind’s eye. The patterns of creativity represented by these primordial shapes express the fundamental forces of nature. They govern the world and they govern you.
     

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    $15.00
  • Lakshmi Yantra 24k Gold Plated - Abundance Prosperity Sustainability - Blessed and Activated (LGPY)
    Lakshmi Yantra 24k Gold Plated - Abundance Prosperity Sustainability

    This yantra is 24k gold plated
    3" Square

    Mahalakshmi Yantra is the the auspicious yantra for Wealth and comforts in life. Devi Mahalakshmi is seated on blossomed Kamal flower. Mahalakshmi Yantra is placed in cash box, almirah, purse or in temple of your house after worship (pran pratishta). Mahalakshmi Yantra must be offered puja with cleanliness and full confidence and faith. Mahalakshmi Yantra brings success and wealth through regular puja and mantra chanting.
     
    Mahalakshmi Yantra is for the worship of Goddess Lakshmi, "the Eternal Goddess of Wealth & Prosperity". It is believed that mere "Darshan" (sight) of this unique Mahalakshmi Yantra in the morning blesses the person with Wealth. It bestows wealth, prosperity and good fortune on the worshiper. All desires are fulfilled by uttering the Mantra of this Goddess, and the worshipper is never lacking in money & material comforts - his house & treasury are always full, and he & his family never face shortage of resources.
     
    The increase in one's fortunes is a common benefit of Mahalakshmi yantra. As the goddess of wealth, Lakshmi is appealed to in order to generate money. Lakshmi is believed to honor requests made in this fashion if done with good intent.
     
    As the goddess of fertility, Mahalakshmi is employed by those wishing for children. Mahalakshmi is said to hear the appeals of those wishing to be mothers.
     
    Lakshmi is often petitioned to grant a wish the supplicant has, as long as the wish is sought with good and sincere intentions.
     
    Blessed and Energized with proper Mantras, Puja’s and Spiritually activated.  It currently resides on the Altar of our Haidakhandi Temple.  

    Yantra Meditation from Chopra Center:
     
    As you look at the yantra, allow your eyes to focus on its center. This dot in the center is called the Bindu, which represents the unity that underlies all the diversity of the physical world.
     
    Now allow your eyes to see the triangle that encloses the bindu. The downward pointing triangle represents the feminine creative power, while the upward facing triangle represents male energy.
     
    Allow your vision to expand to include the circles outside of the triangles. They represent the cycles of cosmic rhythms. The image of the circle embodies the notion that time has no beginning and no end. The farthest region of space and the innermost nucleus of an atom both pulsate with the same rhythmic energy of creation. That rhythm is within you and without you.
     
    Bring your awareness to lotus petals outside the circle. Notice that they are pointing outwards, as if opening. They illustrate the unfolding of our understanding. The lotus also represents the heart, the seat of the Self. When the heart opens, understanding comes.
     
    The square at the outside of the yantra represents the world of form, the material world that our senses show us, the illusion of separateness, of well defined edges and boundaries. At the periphery of the figure are four T-shaped portals, or gateways. Notice that they point toward the interior of the yantra, the inner spaces of life. They represent our earthly passage from the external and material to the internal and sacred.
     
    Now take a moment to gaze into the yantra, letting the different shapes and patterns emerge naturally, allowing your eyes to be held loosely in focus. Gaze at the center of the yantra on the page. Without moving your eyes, gradually begin to expand your field of vision. Continue expanding your vision until you are taking in information from greater than 180 degrees. Notice that all this information was there all along, you just became aware of it. Now slowly reverse the process by re-focusing back to the center of the yantra. Now gently close your eyes. You may still see the yantra in your mind’s eye. The patterns of creativity represented by these primordial shapes express the fundamental forces of nature. They govern the world and they govern you.
     

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    $15.00
  • Nav Durga Yantra 24k Gold Plated - 9 Durgas of Navaratri - Blessed and Activated (NGGP)
    Nav Durga Yantra 24k Gold Plated - 9 Durgas of Navaratri

    This yantra is 24k gold plated
    3" Square


    Sri Nav Durga yantra is a powerful yantra to worship all the nine powers of Goddess Durga. Nav Durga Yantra is worshipped on Ashtami and during Navratras. Markandeya Puran contains many miraculous uses about Nav Durga yantra. Sri Nav Durga yantra incorporates many mantras of Goddess Bhagwati that make it highly effective. Sri Nav Durga yantra is a powerful Yantra for attaining desires,rid of business and personal problems,to remove difficulties and to conquer enemies.
     
    Mantra: aum dum durgaye namaha
     
    Blessed and Energized with proper Mantras, Puja’s and Spiritually activated.  It currently resides on the Altar of our Haidakhandi Temple.  

    Yantra Meditation from Chopra Center:
     
    As you look at the yantra, allow your eyes to focus on its center. This dot in the center is called the Bindu, which represents the unity that underlies all the diversity of the physical world.
     
    Now allow your eyes to see the triangle that encloses the bindu. The downward pointing triangle represents the feminine creative power, while the upward facing triangle represents male energy.
     
    Allow your vision to expand to include the circles outside of the triangles. They represent the cycles of cosmic rhythms. The image of the circle embodies the notion that time has no beginning and no end. The farthest region of space and the innermost nucleus of an atom both pulsate with the same rhythmic energy of creation. That rhythm is within you and without you.
     
    Bring your awareness to lotus petals outside the circle. Notice that they are pointing outwards, as if opening. They illustrate the unfolding of our understanding. The lotus also represents the heart, the seat of the Self. When the heart opens, understanding comes.
     
    The square at the outside of the yantra represents the world of form, the material world that our senses show us, the illusion of separateness, of well defined edges and boundaries. At the periphery of the figure are four T-shaped portals, or gateways. Notice that they point toward the interior of the yantra, the inner spaces of life. They represent our earthly passage from the external and material to the internal and sacred.
     
    Now take a moment to gaze into the yantra, letting the different shapes and patterns emerge naturally, allowing your eyes to be held loosely in focus. Gaze at the center of the yantra on the page. Without moving your eyes, gradually begin to expand your field of vision. Continue expanding your vision until you are taking in information from greater than 180 degrees. Notice that all this information was there all along, you just became aware of it. Now slowly reverse the process by re-focusing back to the center of the yantra. Now gently close your eyes. You may still see the yantra in your mind’s eye. The patterns of creativity represented by these primordial shapes express the fundamental forces of nature. They govern the world and they govern you.
     


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    $15.00
  • Ganesh Wall Hanging (GWHS)
    Ganesh Wall Hanging

    This is a beautiful 11" x 14" cotton batik wall hanging. 


    Ganesha or Ganapati is the leader of the Sivaganas (the forces of Siva). He is the first among the gods to receive all the honors. He is called Vighnaraja, or Vighnesvara, lord of the obstacles and impediments. Devout Hindus worship him for removal of obstacles. Before starting any particular venture or worshipping other gods, they remember Ganesha, their beloved god. The only exception to this rule is when Shiva is worshipped. Shiva is the father of Ganesha. When you worship the father there is no need to worship the son separately because the son is always found in the heart of his father. So when Shiva is worshipped Ganesha is kept in the sidelines.
     
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  • Shiva Nataraja Wall Hanging With Sequins ()
    Shiva Nataraja Wall Hanging With Sequins

    This is a beautiful 30" x 43" cotton batik with sequins wall hanging. 


    Lord Shiva as Lord of Dance
    As a symbol, Shiva Nataraja is a brilliant invention. It combines in a single image Shiva's roles as creator, preserver, and destroyer of the universe and conveys the Indian conception of the never-ending cycle of time. Although it appeared in sculpture as early as the fifth century, its present, world-famous form evolved under the rule of the Cholas. Shiva's dance is set within a flaming halo. The god holds in his upper right hand the damaru (hand drum that made the first sounds of creation). His upper left hand holds agni (the fire that will destroy the universe). With his lower right hand, he makes abhayamudra (the gesture that allays fear). The dwarflike figure being trampled by his right foot represents apasmara purusha (illusion, which leads mankind astray). Shiva's front left hand, pointing to his raised left foot, signifies refuge for the troubled soul. The energy of his dance makes his hair fly to the sides. The symbols imply that, through belief in Shiva, his devotees can achieve salvation.
     
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  • Lakshmi Wall Hanging With Sequins (BML)
    Lakshmi Wall Hanging With Sequins

    This is a beautiful 30" x 43" cotton batik with sequins wall hanging. 


    Goddess Lakshmi or Mahalakshmi is the consort of Mahavishnu, the Preserver. She is the resplendent goddess of wealth and prosperity who provides the beings with all kinds of material abundance. She is a protector as well as bestower. She bestows upon deserving people according to their past karma and degrees of devotion. She also protects from ill health and adversity.
     
    In Hinduism, worship of Lakshmi is considered a suitable remedy for the alleviation of suffering. Her regular worship, chanting of her names, remembering her believed to bring good and luck and prosperity to people. Wealth plays an important role in the preservation of life upon earth. Hence, as the goddess of wealth, Lakshmi rightfully fulfills her duties as the nourisher, preserver and provider.
     
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  • Ganesh Wall Hanging With Sequins (GWH)
    Ganesh Wall Hanging With Sequins

    This is a beautiful 30" x 43" cotton batik with sequins wall hanging. 


    Ganesha or Ganapati is the leader of the Sivaganas (the forces of Siva). He is the first among the gods to receive all the honors. He is called Vighnaraja, or Vighnesvara, lord of the obstacles and impediments. Devout Hindus worship him for removal of obstacles. Before starting any particular venture or worshipping other gods, they remember Ganesha, their beloved god. The only exception to this rule is when Shiva is worshipped. Shiva is the father of Ganesha. When you worship the father there is no need to worship the son separately because the son is always found in the heart of his father. So when Shiva is worshipped Ganesha is kept in the sidelines.
     
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    $18.00
  • Saraswati Wall Hanging With Sequins (SML)
    Saraswati Wall Hanging With Sequins

    This is a beautiful 30" x 43" cotton batik with sequins wall hanging. 


    The Hindu Goddess Saraswati is the patron deity of learning, wisdom, the arts and communication. She invented writing, the Sanskrit language and music.  
     
    As Sanskrit is also a sacred language, Saraswati is also linked to gaining spiritual liberation through the practice of mantra (the repetition of sacred sounds.)
     
    Saraswati’s name is derived from the Sanskrit words sara meaning “essence” and swa translating as "self." Saraswati is also described as, the river of consciousness that enlivens creation, dispelling all darkness and ignorance. It is she that brings order out choas.  
     
    This Goddess is also the personification of an ancient river that has long since dried up. As a river Goddess Saraswati is also a part of an important triad of Goddesses Mother Ganges and Yamuna.
     
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  • Durga Wall Hanging With Sequins (DML)
    Durga Wall Hanging With Sequins

    This is a beautiful 30" x 43" cotton batik with sequins wall hanging. 


    Goddess Durga symbolizes the divine forces (positive energy) known as divine shakti (feminine energy/ power) that is used against the negative forces of evil and wickedness. She protects her devotees from evil powers and safeguards them. It is believed that Goddess Durga is the combined form of powers of Goddesses Lakshmi, Kali and Saraswati.
     
    It is also believed that Goddess Durga was created by Lord Vishnu as a warrior goddess to protect good people (devas) for fighting the demon, Mahishasur.. Her divine shakti contains the combined energies of all the gods in the form of weapons and emblems (mudras).
     
    Goddess Durga represents the power of the Supreme Being that preserves moral order and righteousness in the creation. The Sanskrit word durga means fort or a place that is protected and thus difficult to reach. Durga, also called Divine Shakti, protects mankind from evil and misery by destroying evil forces (negative energy and vices - arrogance, jealousy, prejudice, hatred, anger, greed and selfishness).
     
    Goddess Durga is depicted as a warrior woman with eight hands carrying weapons of different kinds assuming mudras, (symbolic hand gestures) that represent her teachings.
     
    • Chakra in her 1st upper right hand symbolizes dharma (duty/righteousness). We must perform our duty/responsibilities in life.
     
    • Conch in her first upper left hand symbolizes happiness. We must perform our duty happily and cheerfully and not with resentment.
     
    • Sword in her second right lower hand symbolizes eradication of vices. We must learn to discriminate and eradicate our evil qualities.
     
    • Bow and arrow in her second left lower hand symbolizes character like Lord Rama.  When we face difficulties in our life we should not lose our character (values).
     
    • Lotus Flower in her third lower left hand symbolizes detachment. We must live in the world without attachment to the external world. Just like the lotus flower stays in dirty water yet smiles and gives its beauty to others. This is the only way to receive Her blessings.
     
    • Club in her third right lower hand is the symbol of Hanuman and symbolizes devotion and surrender. Whatever we do in our life we do with love and devotion and accept the outcome as the Almighty’s will.
     
    • Trident/Trishul in her fourth left lower hand symbolizes courage. We must have courage to eliminate our evil qualities and face the challenges in our life.
     
    • Fourth Lower Right Hand symbolizes forgiveness and Her blessings. We must forgive ourselves and others for mistakes and/or any hurt we may have caused.
     
    Durga Maa is depicted as riding on a lion or a tiger. A tiger symbolizes unlimited power. Durga riding a tiger indicates that She possesses unlimited power and uses it to protect virtue and destroy evil.  The lion is a symbol of uncontrolled animalistic tendencies (such as anger, arrogance, selfishness, greed, jealousy, desire to harm others etc.) and Her sitting on it reminds us to control these qualities, so that we are not controlled by them.
     
    She is usually shown wearing a red sari.  The color red symbolizes action and the red clothes signify that She is destroying evil and protecting mankind from pain and suffering.
     
    Thus, Goddess Durga symbolizes the Divine forces (positive energy) that is used against the negative forces of evil and wickedness. She represents pure energy (positive), known as divine light or jyoti that is the embodiment of feminine and creative energy.
     
    This month we must pray to Maa Durga, the Universal Mother, asking Her to use Her destructive power to remove the vices within us (anger, selfish desires, greed, ego and undue attachments), imperfections and faults; and purify us to become a receptacle of her Divine Shakti - Anandamayi Shakti.
     
    There are several mantras for Goddess Durga, but the most simple and easy mantra to remember is “Om Sri Durgaya Namah.”  It is believed that by chanting this mantra regularly the Divine Mother will remove the physical, mental and worldly problems in life and shower us with her unlimited blessings.
     
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  • Om Prayer Shawl/Altar Cloth 45 x 65 (ACSH45)
    Om Prayer Shawl/Altar Cloth 45 x 65 

    THIS PHOTO of the SHAWL is to show the design. This is 45" x 65".  The colors are:
     
    Yellow/Gold (pictured above)
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    $20.00
  • Tibetan Bell, Stick and Dorje Set (TAS)
    Tibetan Bell, Stick and Dorje 
     
    Measures 5.5" tall
    7-Metal Singing Bell
     
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    $25.00
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