Height : 4.5 inch
Width : 3 inch
Length : 3.75 inch
Weight : 1.5 Kg

Shankh Chakra Namam

SKU VM0163

Shankh(Conch) and Chakra(Divine Wheel of Power) are symbolic of Lord Vishnu's Power & Divinity. This figure is believed to bring calm and peace where they are placed. They repel negative energy and attract positive vibes. The symbols has made on lamps beautifully. Ideal to place it around your home, living room, Puja, yoga room or meditation room
Namam Symbol :: Lord Vishnu wears a vertically shaped Tilak called Namam ( two vertically converging white stripes joining at a point met by a red vertical stripe ). The leftside white stripe represents Lord Brahma, creating lives. The right_side white stripe represents Lord Shiva resolving / dissolving lives

 

Note : Care: Do not clean with harsh chemicals

  • Height 4.5 inch
  • Width 3 inch
  • Length 3.75 inch
  • Weight 1.5 Kg
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Customer reviews


Nice lamps


Superb cute trio lamps


Very nice trio


Heavy lamps , worth buy . Thanks Ms Veena for providing this


Purchased these diyas directly from Veena - she's highly reliable, the packaging was very well done and the products - I have to say, they always make the pooja area feel so much more divine. Would highly recommend picking these up! They've definitely filled our house with luck and prosperity.


An amazing product - absolutely blown away by the quality of craftsmanship. Love these! :)


  

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