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UNIQ Elephant GOD Ganesh Ganesha Ghau Prayer Box Amulet Pendant
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UNIQ Elephant GOD Ganesh Ganesha Ghau Prayer Box Amulet Pendant
Ghau or the Prayer box is a small box type pendant to keep small sacred items, such as Turquoise (to ward off evil), lection or Tibetan incense etc. Traditionally, Tibetans use these Ghau as portable shrines where prayers and sacred relics are kept. Now, "prayer box" pendants are often used as jewelry or personal adornment. It features :
  • All handmade by the local craftsmen of Katmandu Nepal
  • Front side beautifully decorated with the sculpt of Lord Ganesh Ganesha, with three dust genuine red coral or Turquoise beads over the head of the God Ganesh, and two genuine dust beads underneath
  • Plain back side which can be opened, the round box is for the diameter of 26 mm
  • Inside of the box, you will find one small rosin and a tiny book of mantra "Om Mani Padme Hum" which are blessed by the Guru Rimpoche!
  • Tibetan silver as the main material, with gold colored front!
  • Height roughly 45 mm with the bale

Lord Ganesh is also called the God of "knowledge", or the god of "remover of obstacles", and he is the older son of Lord Shiva. Lord Ganesha is worshipped, or at least remembered, in the beginning of any auspicious performance. He has four hands, an elephant's head and a big belly, sitting on a tiny mouse. In his hands, he carries a rope (to carry devotees to the truth), an axe (to cut devotees' attachments), and a sweet dessert ball -laddoo- (to reward devotees for spiritual activity). His fourth hand's palm is always extended to bless people.

Definitely an exquisite and valuable Handicraft for collector to grab! It won't last long, why waiting?

 

 

The hand crafted nature of the product will produce minor differences in design, color and sizing. Subtle variations will occur from piece to piece, adding to its unique qualities.

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