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" The Aztecs" Earrings
" The Aztecs" Earrings

Meenakari works, the art of decorating metal with enamelling, make the earrings even more beautiful. Black and blue colours are perfectly patterned to yield a spectacular effect. Refinement of treatment, minute details in execution and flawless designs make the earrings products of beauty and accomplishment. Bathed in spectacular silver, the set of earrings are delicately crafted and a deep sense of feminine accomplishment is manifest here.

$45
"Abhya Lord Ganesha" Flourite Gemstone Statue
"Abhya Lord Ganesha" Flourite Gemstone Statue
Description:
  • Product Code: 3633
  • Material: Green Aventurine Gemstone
  • Size: 3" x 2"
  • Weight: 110 gm.
$39
"Ancient Warrior" Decorative Betel Nut Cutter"Ancient Warrior" Decorative Betel Nut Cutter
"Ancient Warrior" Decorative Betel Nut Cutter
Specification
  • Product Code :4433
  • Material: Brass
  • Weight: 0.7400 gm
  • Size: 11.43 cm, 19.69 cm, 3.81 cm
$68
"Apples" Minakari Silver Earrings
"Apples" Minakari Silver Earrings
Specification
  • Product Code :3645
  • Material : 925 Silver, enamel work
  • Size : 1.25"L
    Description

    Explore various kind of earrings on redbag.infrom traditional jhumkis to classic stone studs or elegant selver earrings, fashion earrings

    $39
    "Ascetic God Shiva" Brass Sculpture"Ascetic God Shiva" Brass Sculpture
    "Ascetic God Shiva" Brass Sculpture
    Specification
    • Product Code :94328
    • Material: Brass
    • Weight: 5.700 Kg.
    • Size: 34.93 cm, 20.96 cm, 13.34 cm
    Description:
    $305
    "Ascetic Shiva" - Handpainted Pendant
    "Ascetic Shiva" - Handpainted Pendant
    Specification
    • Product Code :4253
    • Size: 2"h x 1.50"w
    • Material: Sterling silver,glass, watercolors
    • This beautiful pendant comes packed in a box. Box may not be identical to the one pictured.
    $47
    "Ashta Ganesha" Eight Ganeshas - Kalamkari Painting 75""Ashta Ganesha" Eight Ganeshas - Kalamkari Painting 75"
    "Ashta Ganesha" Eight Ganeshas - Kalamkari Painting 75"
    Specification
    • Product Code :3726
    • Material :Cotton
    • Size : 75" x 45"
    Description

    The beautiful Kalamkari painting depicts eight forms of Ganesha in a deep sense of simplicity yet devotion. Ashtavinayaka refers to the "eight forms of Ganeshas" in Sanskrit. Lord Ganesha, son of Lord Shiva and Parvati, is the Hindu deity of prosperity and learning. The term refers to eight Ganeshas and Ashtavinayaka yatra refers to a pilgrimage to the eight Hindu temples in Maharashtra. The eight forms of Ganesha include: Mayureshwar, Siddhivinayak, Ballaleshwar, Varadavinayak, Chintamani, Girijatmaj, Vighnahar, Mahaganapati.

    $175
    "Ashtamangala" Eight Auspicious Signs - Wall Plaque"Ashtamangala" Eight Auspicious Signs - Wall Plaque
    "Ashtamangala" Eight Auspicious Signs - Wall Plaque
    Specification
    • Product Code :1398
    • Material :Brass, glass beads, turq
    • Size :9"H x 7"W
      Description

      Here eight auspicious signs of Buddhism are nicely depicted in red colour.

      Astamangala (The Eight Auspicious Signs) are eight different aspects of Hinduism and Buddhism. They include White Parasal, Golden Fishes, Sankha, Dhvaja, Srivatsa, Kalasa, Padma, Chamaru.. These appear all together or singly as a frequent decorative motif in stone, wood, metal and painting. These astamangala are believed to represent the gifts given by celestial beings to Shakyamuni on his attainment of Enlightenment of Boddhahood. These astamangala (The Eight Auspicious Signs) symbols usually displayed during the performance of vrata ceremonies, consecration of house and an elaborate Fire sacrifice ceremony marked on paper, cloth or metal.


      Here is a brief description of astamangalas:


      Umbrella or White Parasal: It gives us protection from evil desires and embodies notions of wealth or royalty. It points to the "royal ease" and power experienced in the Buddhist life of detachment.


      Two Fishes or Golden Fish: The two fishes symbolizing beings rescued form the ocean of misery of earth. In general they represent good fortune. They also symbolize whosoever practices the dharma need have no fear to drown in the ocean of suffering, and can swim at ease like a fish in the water.


      The Conch or Sankha: The white Conch shell symbolizes the deep, far reaching and melodious sound of the teachings, suitable for all disciples at it awakens them from the slumber of ignorance.


      Dhvaja or The Victory Banner: It symbolizes the victory of the Buddha's teachings over death, ignorance, disharmony and all the negativities of this world.


      Srivatsa or Endless knot or Mystic diagram: Srivatsa or Endless knot or Mystic diagram symbolizes of the endless cycle of rebirth. It also represents the infinite wisdom of the Buddha, and the union of compassion and wisdom. Also, it represents the illusory character of time, and long life as it is endless.


      Kalasa or The Treasure Vase: It represents all spiritual wealth and is a sign of the inexhaustible riches available in the Buddhist teachings.


      Lotus: The Lotus is a symbol of purity both for the Hindus and the Buddhists. It is a symbol of complete purification of body, speech and mind.


      Chamaru: Chamura symbolizes Tantric manifestations. Made of yak tail attached with silver staff, it is used during ritual recitation and fanning the deities on an auspicious religious ceremony.

      $59
      "Aum The Holy Word" Batik Painting
      "Aum The Holy Word" Batik Painting
      Specification:
      • Products Code: 3723
      • Material: Cotton Cloth
      • Size: 45" x 36"
      • Weight: 100 gm.
      $30
      "Baby Vinyayaka" Pink Soft Stone Statue"Baby Vinyayaka" Pink Soft Stone Statue
      "Baby Vinyayaka" Pink Soft Stone Statue
      Specification:
      • Product Code: 1196
      • Size: 8" x 7"

      The beautiful stone image of Lord Vinayaka has been nicely carved out of natural jade stone by the sculptor. His ears are more prominent and the bulging belly is symbolic of prosperity and happiness. The God Ganesha is squatting and blessing his disciples. One of the most revered gods in Hinduism, Lord Ganesha is the god of wisdom and he is worshipped at the beginning of any auspicious ceremony.

      $74
      "Bal Krishna" Fine Brass Statue
      "Bal Krishna" Fine Brass Statue
      Specification
      • Product Code : 3959
      • Material: Brass
      • Weight: 350 gm
      • Size: 13.34 cm ,6.99 cm, 4.45 cm
      Description

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      $58
      "Beautiful Lord Ganesha" Amethyst Statuatte
      "Beautiful Lord Ganesha" Amethyst Statuatte
      Specification
      • Product Code: 3696
      • Material: Amethyst Natural Stone
      • Size: 7" x 4"
      $225
      "Beautiful Lord Ganesha" Soft Stone Statue"Beautiful Lord Ganesha" Soft Stone Statue
      "Beautiful Lord Ganesha" Soft Stone Statue
      Specification:
      • Product Code: 3015
      • Material: Soft stone of Orissa
      • Size: 8" x 5" x 2"
      • Special Note: Not in a single piece of stone Warranty Status : No Warranty
      Description:

      The beautiful soft stone figure of the Lord of Wisdom and the Remover of Obstacles is nicely executed with a greater degree of refinement and perfection. A popular deity in Hindu mythology, the Lord is worshipped before undertaking any rituals and He is called Agraganya. Ganesh Chaturthi is a popular festival of the deity and he is worshipped with great devotion and piety. He is the as the Lord creates obstacles on our path and removes the same following propitiation.

      $105
      "Bharat Milap" Bharat Meets with Brother Rama"Bharat Milap" Bharat Meets with Brother Rama
      "Bharat Milap" Bharat Meets with Brother Rama
      Description


      The beautiful Kalamkari painting celebrates the beauty of life in a most resplendent manner. The enhancing effulgence of colours and the characters that emerge on cotton fabric, help create a resplendent spread. Kalamkari art is unique in its use of colour as a medium to portray mythological characters. As the name suggests, Kalamkari is the art of painting cotton fabrics with a kalam i.e. pen, a sharp pointed pierced bamboo that regulates flow of colour on the fabric. The popularity of this exquisite form of art crossed the shores of the country during the 17th and 18th centuries. Kalahasti and Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh, the nerve centres of this art continue to be beehives of Kalamkari activity. Kalamkari colours are made from vegetable dyes.

      Specification
      •     Product Code : 3474
      •     Size: 42" x 32"
      •     Material: Cotton Cloth
      •     Colors: Vegetable and natural dyes
      •     Available Unframed
      $75
      "Birds" Silk Painting - I"Birds" Silk Painting - I
      "Birds" Silk Painting - I
      Specification
      • Product Code :2446
      • Size: 25" x 18"
      • Material: Water colors on Silk
      • Available Unframed
      Description:

      In this spectacular silk painting, two birds are nicely painted sitting on a brunch of a tree. The birds are painted with brilliant colour combination. Indian silk paintings are characterized by its softness, elegance and a flexibility of style. Silk is used as a medium for portraits and paintings since it is very light and soft. Craftsmen use a special process that allows the silk canvas to retain the paint in vibrant detail. Silk Paintings reached their peak of glory during the Mughal era. Mughal kings patronized arts and literature. The Rajput kingdoms of Rajasthan were the hot spots for these miniature paintings. Rich court life and religious themes are often depicted as a characteristic of this art form. Beautiful ladies often figure prominently in these paintings along with vibrant gemstone coloring. The heavy use of gold leaf appears as another distinguishing characteristic.

      $48
      "Birds" Silk Painting - II"Birds" Silk Painting - II
      "Birds" Silk Painting - II
      Specification
      • Product Code : 2445
      • Size: 25" x 18"
      • Material: Water colors on Silk
      • Available Unframed
      Description:

      In this spectacular silk painting, two birds are nicely painted sitting on a brunch of a tree. The birds are painted with brilliant colour combination. Craftsmen use a special process that allows the silk canvas to retain the paint in vibrant detail. Silk Paintings reached their peak of glory during the Mughal era. Mughal kings patronized arts and literature. The Rajput kingdoms of Rajasthan were the hot spots for these miniature paintings. Rich court life and religious themes are often depicted as a characteristic of this art form. Beautiful ladies often figure prominently in these paintings along with vibrant gemstone coloring. The heavy use of gold leaf appears as another distinguishing characteristic.

      $40
      "Blessing of Ganesha" Soft Stone Statue"Blessing of Ganesha" Soft Stone Statue
      "Blessing of Ganesha" Soft Stone Statue
      Specification:
      • Product Code: 2381
      • Material: Soft stone of Orissa
      • Size: 8" x 5"
      • Special Note: Not in a single piece of stone Warranty Status : No Warranty
      Description:

      The beautiful soft stone figure of the Lord of Wisdom and the Remover of Obstacles is nicely executed with a greater degree of refinement and perfection. A popular deity in Hindu mythology, the Lord is worshipped before undertaking any rituals and He is called Agraganya. Ganesh Chaturthi is a popular festival of the deity and he is worshipped with great devotion and piety. He is the as the Lord creates obstacles on our path and removes the same following propitiation.

      $98
      "Blue Mosaic" Wall Tapestry of Gujarat"Blue Mosaic" Wall Tapestry of Gujarat
      "Blue Mosaic" Wall Tapestry of Gujarat
      Specification:
      • Product Code :2711
      • Material :Old sari cloths,sequins,beads and mix material
      • Size :56" x 38"
      $75
      "Bodhisattva" Fine Brass Sculpture"Bodhisattva" Fine Brass Sculpture
      "Bodhisattva" Fine Brass Sculpture
      Specification
      • Product Code :3945
      • Material:Brass
      • Weight: 5.550 kg
      • Size: 15.50"H x 7.50"W x 3.75"D
      $290
      "Bodhisattva" Lord Buddha Wall Hanging Cotton Tapestries"Bodhisattva" Lord Buddha Wall Hanging Cotton Tapestries
      "Bodhisattva" Lord Buddha Wall Hanging Cotton Tapestries
      Specification
      • Product Code : 14309
      • Material: Cotton Cloth 
      • Size: 44" x 30"
      • Weight: 100 gm.
      Description:

      This tapestry measures a full 44" x 30". We only sell high end, quality tapestries. No cheap imitations here. Buy with confidence from your spirit space!

      Producing a tapestry required the diverse talents of many artists and craftsmen. First, an artist would create a design, and then by dedicating many days they make sure that the design got reflected on the newly made tapestry perfectly.

      The tapestries which we make are completely screen printed in traditional Indian method and takes around a week to complete. We NEVER take the short root to produce them in large numbers in very short span of time, instead of that we make sure that we take all the time in this world, to make a BEAUTIFUL product, even if have to make our customers wait for some time. Our tapestries are printed, not quilted or woven. They are hippie Indian tapestries, thin as sheet. Good, tight power loom construction with Hemmed edges.

      This Tapestry is made of cotton fabric, It is very soft in touch & skin friendly too.

      Our tapestries will lighten the spirit in any room! Great for wall hangings, dorm decorations, beach throws, picnic blankets, porch hangings, table cloths or a perfect gift for any occasion!

      Note: We do our best to represent these products with the images on the listing. The tapestries look very similar to the images but may not be exact. Computer screen resolution has a lot to do with this.

      Please let us know if you're not happy with the way the tapestry looks and we will address it immediately. We stand by our products with a 100% Customer satisfaction guarantee!y

      $12
      "Celestial Goddess Tara" Brass Wall Plaque"Celestial Goddess Tara" Brass Wall Plaque
      "Celestial Goddess Tara" Brass Wall Plaque
      Specification
      • Product Code :3636
      • Material :Brass, Resin & Beads
      • Size :8.75" Dia
        Description

        The Brass Wall Plaque of the celestial Goddess Tara is given a given a spectacular treatment with some floral designs. Here Brass, Resin & Beads are used in a splendid way. Tara is surrounded by spectacular floral designs. The wall plaque gives a heavenly impact and it is a must for any Buddhist follower. Tara is a female Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism who appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. Known as the "mother of liberation", she represents the virtues of success in work and achievements.


        The most widely known forms of Tārā are: Green Tārā, known as the Buddha of enlightened activity, White Tārā (known for compassion, long life, healing and serenity; also known as The Wish-fulfilling Wheel, or Cintachakra), Red Tārā (fierce aspect associated with magnetizing all good things), Black Tārā (associated with power), Yellow Tārā (associated with wealth and prosperity), Blue Tārā (associated with transmutation of anger) etc.

        $85
        "Chandan" Sandalwood Japa Mala"Chandan" Sandalwood Japa Mala
        "Chandan" Sandalwood Japa Mala
        Specification:
        • Product Code :2491
        • Size: 25" L
        • Material: Sandal wood
        Description:

        The beautiful sandalwood mala is nicely designed for meditation purpose. Here pure sandalwood beads, each bead being around 8 mm thick, are nicely used to create the mala. Altogether there are 108 beads in the mala. Sandalwood is considered sacred in Hindusim and its fragrance is believed to ward off evil spirits. Using such a japa mala brings virtuous mentality, peace of mind and even sufficient sleep. It is believed to promote tranquillity and works as an aid to meditation.


        A Japa mala is a set of beads commonly used by Hindus and Buddhists, usually made from 108 beads, though other numbers are also used. Malas are used for keeping count while reciting, chanting, or mentally repeating a mantra or the name or names of a deity. This practice is known in Sanskrit as japa. Mantras are typically repeated hundreds or even thousands of times. The mala is used so that one can focus on the meaning or sound of the mantra rather than counting its repetitions. One repetition is usually said for each bead while turning the thumb clockwise around each bead, though some traditions or practices may call for counterclockwise motion or specific finger usage. When arriving at the head bead, one turns the mala around and then goes back in the opposing direction. There are typically knots between each bead. This makes using the mala easier as the beads will not be so tight on the string when you use them.


        If more than 108 repetitions are to be done, then sometimes in Tibetan traditions grains of rice are counted out before the chanting begins and one grain is placed in a bowl for each 108 repetitions. Each time a full mala of repetitions has been completed one grain of rice is removed from the bowl. Often, practitioners add extra counters to their malas, usually in strings of ten. These may be positioned differently depending on the tradition; for example some traditions place these strings after every 10th bead. This is an alternative way to keep track of large numbers, sometimes going into the hundreds of thousands, and even millions. The 109th bead on a mala is called the sumeru, bindu, stupa, or guru bead. Counting should always begin with a bead next to the sumeru. In the Hindu, Vedic tradition, if more than one mala of repetitions is to be done, one changes directions when reaching the sumeru rather than crossing it.


        There are numerous explanations why there are 108 beads, with the number 108 bearing special religious significance in a number of Hindu and Buddhist traditions.


        Some Hindu traditions hold that the correct way to use a mala is with the right hand, with the thumb flicking one bead to the next, and with the mala draped over the middle finger. The index finger represents ego, the greatest impediment to self-realization, so it is considered best avoided when chanting on a mala.


        In northeast India, particularly those in the Shakta traditions in West Bengal and Assam, the mala is often draped on the ring finger of the right hand, with beads moved by the middle finger with aid of the thumb and avoiding the use of the index finger. However, draping the mala over the middle finger and using the thumb to move the beads is also acceptable in these regions.


        A wide variety of materials are used to make mala beads. Beads made from the seeds of the rudraksha tree are considered sacred by Saivas, devotees of Siva, while beads made from the wood of the tulsi plant are used and revered by Vaishnavas, followers of Vishnu. Other common beads include wood or seeds from the sandalwood tree or the Bodhi tree, and seeds of the Lotus plant. Some Tibetan Buddhist traditions call for the use of animal bone (most commonly yak), but sometimes human bone is used, those of past Lamas being the most valuable. Semiprecious stones such as carnelian and amethyst may be used, as well. In Hindu Tantra, as well as Buddhist Tantra (or Vajrayana), materials and colors of the beads can relate to a specific practice.

        $45
        "Cheerful Morning" Gond Painting
        "Cheerful Morning" Gond Painting
        Specification:
        • Product Code :4226
        • Material :Water colors on paper, signed by artist
        • Size :22"W x 15"H
        • Weight :70 gm.
        $72
        "Colors of Devotion" Miniature Painting"Colors of Devotion" Miniature Painting
        "Colors of Devotion" Miniature Painting
        Specification:
        • Product Code :494
        • Material :Water colors on handmade paper, unframed
        • Size :8"H x 6"W
        Description:

        The marvelous miniature painting is a treat for eyes as a great devotee is grinding puja materials. A sense of obedience and devotion is manifest on his eyes. One of the most popular genres of paintings in India, miniature Paintings are examples of superb and skilled talent exhibited by the Indian artists by doing exemplary painting work on palm leaf. Considering the small size of the palm leaves, the images drawn were comparatively small in size and colored as well. The intricate and detailed work involved in developing a miniature painting is worth great appreciation and value. Such miniature paintings have a long history of glory dated back to as old as the 11th and 12th century. This genre of painting got prominence under the mighty Mughal rulers, who were great patrons of art and painting.

        $97

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