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Silver Naga Dragon Pendant for Excessive Wealth through Business and Gambling

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The dragon is a popular mythical creature in many cultures around the world. In Indonesia they use the term 'naga' (Sanskrit: nāga) to refer to these ferocious serpentine beings that are featured in several ancient legends in traditional Hindu and Buddhist mythology. Its mythological characteristics have been evoken using a powerful nāga mantra during the ...

Balinese Silver Naga Snake Ring with Gold-Plated Hood and Red Ruby Crown

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The Balinese ring is made by hand, using 92.5% genuine silver. The unique model of the talismanic ring represents a mythical nāga snake deity, which is worshipped in both Hindu and Buddhist traditions. It also contains a small piece of gold-plated decoration and a dark blood red ruby gemstone on the head of the nāga ...

Mighty Naga Dragon Ring with Fluorescent Green Fluorite Stone for Prosperity and Renewed Energy

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The lustrous green stone in this talismanic ring is called fluorite. Fluorite is a mineral that is known not only for its remarkable fluorescence, but also for the powerful mystical properties it is believed to contain. Since its name is derived from the Latin verb fluere, which means 'to flow', this suggests the gem does ...

Badar Besi Metallic Elemental Substance with 16 Zircon Gemstones set in a Stainless Steel Ring engraved with a Pair of Naga Serpents

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Badar besi is the Indonesian equivalent of Thai lek lai (alternatively spelled 'leklai'), a sacred metal-like substance found within the walls of holy caves. According to legend, only the most adept masters have the knowledge and permission to extract the magical metal from these mysterious sites. In traditional Indonesian folklore caves and underground caverns are ...

Terracotta Amulet of Kala Rahu Demon flanked by Two Mythical Naga Serpent Spirits

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Kala Rahu or Batara Kala (Sanskrit: Rāhu) is a Hindu-Buddhist demon (Sanskrit: asura). According ancient Indian mythology Rahu is the 'Lord of the Asuras', though in traditional Javanese and Balinese culture he is more commonly referred to as the 'Lord of Time'. Rahu managed to become partially immortal after he drank some of the nectar ...