Puja Thali with Attached Diya, Agarbatti Stand, Kumkum Box and a Bowl

Puja Thali with Attached Diya, Agarbatti Stand, Kumkum Box and a Bowl

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In Sanskrit, the word ‘aarti’ – is composed of the prefix ‘aa’, meaning complete, and ‘rati’, meaning love. The aarti is thus an expression of one’s complete and unflinching love towards God. It is sung and performed with a deep sense of reverence, adoration, and meditative awareness. Often called the ‘ceremony of light’, the arti or pooja involves waving lighted wicks before the sacred images to infuse the flames with the Deities’ love, energy, and blessings. In temples.

Nestled in the heart of this charming pooja thali, molded and carved in the white metal, is an exquisite hefty urn( kalasha), mind-boggling carved with a sacred sinduri swastika in floral designs, well grown –up mango/ betel leaves spread over its mouth and covered by a large sacrosanct nariyal.Eight small pretty rings are there around Kalash. on which the floral design is also engraved. two of them are inscribed with शुभ - लाभ, the other two are manifested as the holy swastika and a sizeable litted Diya, continuously emanating the dazzling flames. on four other rings are placed a 3-piece incense sticks stand, panch-wicks(batti) lamp, a kumkum box and a small sweet bowl ,the remaining space is enough for keeping various other items like roli for tilak, moli or kalava for Raksha-kavach on the wrist, akshat ( chawal), bell, a small Kalash filled with holy water, some flowers, camphor, coconut, belpatras, betel leaves, sandalwood paste, candles, seasonal fruits, and sweets (prasadam), etc.

The interior of entire thali is carpeted with exotic floral patterns, including an exceptional boundary all around. its edges have been given a nice widened height for holding the thali comfortably for a long er period. the loveliness of a beautiful thing always increases over time.

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Item Code: ZEN490
Metal Statue
0.50 inch Height X 11.00 inch - Dia
300 gm
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