Dashavatara Brass Temple Bell

Original price was: ₹27,700.Current price is: ₹15,200.

Material : Brass.
Colour : Gold
Product Dimensions Height: 12 inches X Width: 7 inches X Chain Length: 21 inches
Weight 5.4 kg
Shape Bell
Included Component : 1 Dashavatara Temple Bell
Care instruction : Clean with a dry & soft cloth

Sold By: ACM-138

Kindly note: Only Prepaid will be processed. COD is not available for this product.

  • Ambiance: Create a unique and peaceful ambiance in your Pooja room with the beautiful Dashavatara Brass Temple Bell With Chain. Hang this elegant, fantastic, and artistic bell with a chain on your front door, balcony, worship room or anywhere you like. The fine quality of pure brass produces a melodious and rich tonal sound. Made of golden brass, the bell has a serene and classy effect wherever suspended. It makes a very special gift. So, grab for yourself or your nears & dears one now.
  • Auspicious: In Hinduism, bells are generally hung at the temple dome in front of the Garbhagriha. Generally, devotees ring the bell while entering the sanctum. It is said that by ringing the bell, the devotee informs the deity of his/her arrival. The sound of the bell is considered auspicious which welcomes divinity and dispels evil. The sound of the bell is said to disengage the mind from ongoing thoughts thus making the mind more receptive.
  • Negative Energy: The sound of the bell evacuates negative energy, to help drive out negative energy / evil spirits from the place of worship. Bells are believed to frighten away evil spirits or used to cast or remove spells. They are also instrumental in channeling positive energy to create a harmonious environment. Such bells can also be hung at the home Altar and the ringing of bells removes negative energy and brings positive energy at home.
  •  Ananta: Symbolically, the body of the bell represents time – Ananta. The tongue of the bell symbolically represents Goddess Saraswati. The handle of the bell is considered to be the vital principle (Prana Shakti) and symbolically represents Hanuman, Garuda, Nandi or Chakra

To give a natural shine and luster to the statue, you may apply coconut or olive oil using cotton on every portion. You can use a toothbrush to get to the small crevices but do not be too harsh. This will make the brass statue appear fresh and new with a polished look. In case you have a colored brass statue, you may apply mustard oil using a soft brush or clean cloth on the brass portion while for the colored portion of the statue, you may use coconut oil with a cotton cloth.


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