Breathtakingly beautiful pure silver traditional Rajasthani kadaa (Bracelet) with Ganesha motif etched in it . Made fully in pure silver
Inner Band: 2.75 inches (Adjustable)
Height: 2 inches
Weight: 55 gms
The past will always be a part of the future, that’s what many people say. The past has something to contribute to the future in order for the future to be better. Living in the world that we have today, where fashion is an ever mainstream thing, is it still possible to mix some traditional trends? Well for those traditional lovers out there and even those who are not, here’s good news. Ganesha Kadaa is surely good for you! It is a traditional Rajasthani bracelet with a motif of Ganesha engraved in it. It may be traditional, but still looks cool and can fit in to today’s trends.
Rajasthani are people who are native residents of Rajasthan region of India. Their language is a part of Indo-Aryan languages. Ganesha, which is the one inscribed in the bracelet, is one of the most popular deities in the pantheon of the Hindus 4th and 5th centuries CE. He is the god of wisdom and prudence. He is associated even still today, with the hundreds of millions of Hindus. He has the reputation as the remover of many obstacles. He is conciliated before the start of any new undertaking whether it is a building of a new house, the start of a new journey, the writing of a new book, or a beginning of a new business. It is habitual for businessmen to seek his blessings each morning before they get down to business. During writing sessions, Ganesha is also prayed as patron of letters and also learning. His image is seen throughout the land of India and Nepal. Hindu sects, regardless of affiliations, worship him.
At birth, Ganesha was at first a perfectly normal baby boy, his body parts and features are really perfect. Parvati was too pleased at Ganesha’s birth and was so proud of his beauty that she invited all of the gods and goddesses to come for them to also admire him. All the gods and goddesses indeed admired him except for Sani. Sani was cursed by his wife that when he looks at somebody, that person will instantly turn to ashes. When he held baby Ganesha, he hesitated to look but then that gave enough to do the damage.
Ganesha is represented as a short, pot-bellied man skin which is yellow in color, has four arms and an elephant’s head with only one tusk. In his four hands, he usually holds a chakra (or a discus), a shell, a water-lily, and a mace. Ganesha may appear to have many attributes but he is easily identified by his elephant head. His not usual steed is a rat. Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Parvati.
The Ganesha Kadaa can be bought for only 143.50 USD. It has such affordable price even though it has a really amazing and attractive design. It has an inner band of 3 inches which is also adjustable and thus making it more comfortable for the wearer to use and can be fitted easily by anyone who wants it. It has a width of 1.75 inches and it is real thick. It has a weight of 50 gms. Quite heavy but still looks pretty.
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