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Abhishek Conch shell (Shankh) – White

1,190.00
The Bathing Conch shell is a conch shell with no hole at the end which is used in the aroti ceremony in temples to hold water which is offered to the deities. The bathing conch is also used during the abhishek ceremony, a ceremony in the temple where the deities are bathed with various auspicious substences. The bathing conch shell is used to hold these auspicious substances like milk, ghee, sweet water and yoghurt and the conch is also used to pour these substances onto the Deity in the bathing ceremony.

Gopichandan Tika

25.00
Keshav is situated on Forehead, Narayana in Belly Region, Madhava in Heart, Govind in Throat, Vishnu on Right side of Belly, Madhusudan between left side of belly and Left Hand, Trivikrama in ear, Vaman in the left Belly region, Shridhar in left arm, Krishikesh in right Ear, Padhmanabha on Back and Damodhar is situated on the shoulder. These should be remembered. Tilak should be put after remembering these twelve Vasudevas.

Hand Tally Counter

90.00
Using 'clickers' instead of japa beads is a somewhat controversial practice, but is often employed by devotees who wish to chant their rounds while commuting long distances in a vehicle, or under other circumstances where beads might be difficult or dangerous to use.

Hawan Samagri (Samidha) – 500gm

120.00
Hawan Samagri (a mixture of various dried herbal , roots and leaves) is offered in the ablazed fire which disseminates in micro form, in the air, to purify the environment besides activating the air as disinfectant germicidal agent.It is anti-bacterial and is made from high grade raw materials. It is 100% natural Hawan Samagri.

Jagannath, Baladev and Subhadra Soft Toys (Set of 3 pieces)

450.00
Lord Jagannatha, Baladeva and Lady Subhadra. The pastimes of Lord Jagannatha in Jagannatha Puri can be remembered easily with joyful playful activities by children with the help of these soft toys. Made from cotton. Filling is cotton fibre. These Krishna Toys are so adorable that children love them very much. The size of each toy is approx: 8.5” (Inches) x 5” (Inches).

Japa Clicker (Digital Japa Counter) for Maha-Mantra Chanting

100.00
Using 'clickers' instead of japa beads is a somewhat controversial practice, but is often employed by devotees who wish to chant their rounds while commuting long distances in a vehicle, or under other circumstances where beads might be difficult or dangerous to use.

Japa Counting Beeds (Sakshi Mala) – Brown

8.00
Big Round Counting beads for keeping track of how many rounds you chant on japa beads. Many of the items are handmade and can differ a bit from piece to piece.

Japa Counting Beeds (Sakshi Mala) (White)

10.00
Big Round Counting beads for keeping track of how many rounds you chant on japa beads. Many of the items are handmade and can differ a bit from piece to piece.

Lord Rama Sita Soft Toys (set of 2)

300.00
Lord Rama and Sita soft toys. The pastimes of Lord Rama and Sita devi can be remembered easily with joyful playful activities by children with the help of these soft toys. Made from cotton. Filling is cotton fibre. These soft Toys are so adorable that children love them very much. Sizes: 8” x 5” (inches).

Lord Rama’s Family (Sita, Rama, Lakshmana and Hanuman) – Soft Toys (Set of 4)

600.00

Lord Rama's family -- Sita, Rama, Lakshmana and Hanuman soft toys. The pastimes of Lord Rama and His family can be remembered easily with joyful playful activities by children with the help of these soft toys. Made from cotton. Filling is cotton fibre. These Krishna Toys are so adorable that children love them very much.Sizes: Hanuman: 9.1” x 4.7”, Sita, Rama and Lakshmana:  8” x 5” (inches).