Tag Archives Hindu

White Bull Steel Pendant for Protection of Drivers, Passengers and Vehicles in Traffic

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'Holy cow!' Often is assumed, that the term 'holy cow', derived as a play on Hinduism, where the cow is a sacred animal. In fact, even in some religious writings the term ‘holy cow’ can actually be found. But solely in a literal use, never as a humorous exclamation. Although this could have inspired the saying, ...

Balinese Sterling Elephant Cuff for Fortune and Good Luck

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Elephants are believed to represent royalty and power in Balinese culture. The maker of this authentic bracelet was inspired by this majestic animal, while creating this elegant amulet. The cuff is fully hand-crafted from 25 grams of Sterling Silver, by Balinese silversmiths, using traditional tools and techniques. Since ancient times, the elephant is a symbol of strength, ...

Kubera Vajra Nepalese Bronze Amulet Statue for Wealth and Prosperity

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Kubera, also known as Kuber or Kuvera, is the lord of wealth and is also regarded as the protector of the world. He is a popular figure in Buddhist and Jain mythology. In Hindu Mythology, he is both guardian of the North and lord of wealth. Kubera is associated with the earth, mountains, all treasures such ...

Magic Moonstone Jewel Ring, possessing Spiritual Qualities, ensuring Successful Progress

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Since ancient times, the beautiful glow of the moon reflects its fascinating power over our planet, being a beacon of hope and mysticism in the dark night. In Greek mythology, Cynthia was one of the names of the mythological moon goddess Artemis, referring to her birth on Mount Cynthus. Among many ancient cultures, the moon ...

Old Por Gae Ruesi Seer and Elephant-headed Ganesha God Amulet fueled by Ancient Khom Incantations

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Made around 2520-2529 BE (1977-1986) in Chainat Province, this old Thai amulet is a classic masterpiece containing a unique blend of traditional Hindu and Buddhist magic. On one side of the amulet the elephant-headed god Ganesha (Sanskrit: Gaṇeśa), son of Shiva (Śiva) and Parvati (Pārvatī), is depicted. On the other side, the mythical seer (Thai: ...