Divya Mantra Decorative Meenakari Sri Swastika Ganesha Metallic Vastu Craft Decor Talisman Gift Ornament /Good Luck Charm Protection from Negativity Interior/Home/Office/Door/ Wall Hanging Showpiece

DVYM0005398
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Divya Mantra decorative metallic meenakari (craft work involving colouring the surface of metals with colours) Sri Swastik Ganesha hanging is a traditional Indian Hindu good luck symbol talisman to attract good omen and positivity. This good luck decor gift ornament charm accessory acts as a protection from negativity and evil eye / buri nazar. It is placed at the entrance door home / office / factory or as a wall hanging showpiece.Dimensions of the hanging are:  cm X  cm X  cm and weighs approximately  grams. Hindu God Ganesha, the son of Lord Shiva is the diety of fortune, well-being and remover of obstracles Vighnaharta. This Vastu Sri Ganesha Wall hanging is believed to shoo away all the negativity from entering the premises. Product colour may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your monitor settings. This wall hanging decoration with glittering shine on golden background gives a regal appeal for home decoration, window / door lucky hangings, puja room and curtain decor etc. wherever you want to spread a divine energy and good luck. It keeps away bad omens around us and enhances harmony, peace, energy, happiness and prosperity to the home. It acts as a wealth magnet.In Sanskrit "Su" means good / auspicious, "asti" means to exist and "ka" is a suffix. Together the word is derived as "swastika" meaning "All is well / good". This symbol is therefore used to denote auspiciousness and good fortune, and is regularly donned on Hindu homes, offices, businesses, shops, wedding cards, cars, temples and any place of prayers. In Jainism and Buddhism also Swastika is considered as a powerful good luck symbol. Rangolis at festivals like Diwali generally have Swastika to attract Laxmiji and Ganesha for wealth, health and prosperity. As per Vastu Shashtra, Swastik Ganesha Wall hanging is a vastu correction remedy. The four arms of Swastika are interprted in different ways in different scriptures. E.g. Four Hindu Vedas - Rig, Yajur, Sama, Atharva / Four goals of life - Dharma, Artha, Kama, Moksha / four seasons / four directions, / four yugas - Satya, Treta, Dvapara, Kali.

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  • Divya Mantra decorative metallic meenakari (craft work involving colouring the surface of metals with colours) Sri Swastik Ganesha hanging is a traditional Indian Hindu good luck symbol talisman to attract good omen and positivity. This good luck decor gift ornament charm accessory acts as a protection from negativity and evil eye / buri nazar. It is placed at the entrance door home / office / factory or as a wall hanging showpiece.
  • Dimensions of the hanging are:  cm X  cm X  cm and weighs approximately  grams. Hindu God Ganesha, the son of Lord Shiva is the diety of fortune, well-being and remover of obstracles Vighnaharta. This Vastu Sri Ganesha Wall hanging is believed to shoo away all the negativity from entering the premises. Product colour may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your monitor settings. 
  • This wall hanging decoration with glittering shine on golden background gives a regal appeal for home decoration, window / door lucky hangings, puja room and curtain decor etc. wherever you want to spread a divine energy and good luck. It keeps away bad omens around us and enhances harmony, peace, energy, happiness and prosperity to the home. It acts as a wealth magnet.
  • In Sanskrit "Su" means good / auspicious, "asti" means to exist and "ka" is a suffix. Together the word is derived as "swastika" meaning "All is well / good". This symbol is therefore used to denote auspiciousness and good fortune, and is regularly donned on Hindu homes, offices, businesses, shops, wedding cards, cars, temples and any place of prayers. In Jainism and Buddhism also Swastika is considered as a powerful good luck symbol. Rangolis at festivals like Diwali generally have Swastika to attract Laxmiji and Ganesha for wealth, health and prosperity. 
  • As per Vastu Shashtra, Swastik Ganesha Wall hanging is a vastu correction remedy. The four arms of Swastika are interprted in different ways in different scriptures. E.g. Four Hindu Vedas - Rig, Yajur, Sama, Atharva / Four goals of life - Dharma, Artha, Kama, Moksha / four seasons / four directions, / four yugas - Satya, Treta, Dvapara, Kali. 

 

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