Gold Color Painted Pashupatinath Temple$148.00 – $228.00
One of the most sacred Hindu temples.
This temple complex was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites’ list in 1979.
It is also included as one of the seven monument groups in UNESCO’s designation of Kathmandu Valley as a cultural heritage site.
Our personal favourite, gold colour painted Pashupatinath Temple, is absolutely stunning in its look.
Built in a Pagoda style, this replica of Lord Shiva Temple is the finest craftwork by our highly skilled artisans.
The tiny details around all the four sides, colour details speaks for itself.
Truly a Masterpiece!
32 cm Wooden Bell Tower$128.00
32 cm wooden bell is a decorative tower, is solid in its built.
Carved all around with 3 crowns on top and a bell in the middle.
It immediately creates a vibrant ambience wherever it sits.
When striked, the bell produces a mesmerizing sound.
This wooden stand exclusively designed for sound healers, decoration, musicians & individuals who need to carry this divine instruments to perform at different places.
You cannot beat the quality and workmanship that goes into these.
Large Wooden Mani Prayer Wheel$132.00
This Om Mani Padme Hum Mantra carved decorative Mani prayer wheel is a replica of the prayer wheel which is believed to spread spirituality and well being.
Traditionally, the mantra Om Mani Padme Hum is written in Newari language of Nepal, on the outside of the wheel.
It has Buddha and dragons carved on the top and the wheel can be spun around.
According to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition based on the lineage texts regarding prayer wheels, spinning such a wheel will have much the same excellent effect as orally chant the prayers.
Prayer Wheel states that, “those who set up the place for worship, use the knowledge to propagate the dharma to common people, should there be any man or woman who is illiterate and unable to read the sutra, they should then set up the prayer wheel to facilitate those illiterate to chant the sutra, and the effect is the same as reading the sutra”.
To produce this art piece, it requires a lot of time and skill as they are made using very few tools.
Dharahara was a watch tower built in the 18th century in Nepal.
Dharahara, also called Bhimsen Tower, was a nine-storey, tower at the centre of Sundhara in Kathmandu, Nepal and was recognized by UNESCO.
It had historical as well as architectural significance until it collapsed in earthquake 2015.
This decorative tower thus holds historical and sentimental value.
A perfect souvenir, decorative for any multicultural, ethnic enthusiasts or any cultural programs.