3 x Mauli Thread Pack Mouli Reels Good Luck Dhaga wedding Kalawa Sacred Hindu Religious
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These are important threads used in all Sikh and Hindu Rituals like weddings, paths, pooja, religious ceremonies/festivals etc.
These are also thought to protect the wearer against evil eye and brings good luck that's the reason these are used in all inauguration ceremonies.
Please read below more information about these threads. Mouli or Kalawa is a cotton red thread roll, considered to be very sacred and used in all religious purposes of the Hindus.
The thread is used as an offering of cloth to the deity. The Mouli thread is an integral part of any puja. Normally the Mouli is tied around the Sadhana article, that is, Mouli is tied around a copper tumbler filled with water. On its mouth is placed five mango leaves and a coconut in a red cloth is place it over the mouth of the tumbler. This represents the shrine you are offering puja. Next, before the start of the puja, the red sacred thread is tied around the wrist of the members of the family. As a rule, all males and married females wear it on the right hand. Unmarried females wear it on their left hands.
Only the Brahmin females, both married and unmarried can wear it in their right hands. The basic significance of wearing this thread is to get blessings from God.
A person often wears the red thread on one’s wrist when doing a ceremony, ritual or puja, or for certain blessings. The thread helps preserve or imbibe those blessings when it is tied around one’s wrist during the ceremony. Mauli or raksha sutra consist two colours ie. red & yellow separately in various parts of mauli.
Yellow colours represents the spiritual energy, while red has the properties to stimulate the spiritual energy.
It protects the wearer from negative energy. It is also offered to deities during worship as Vastra (cloth offering). The literal meaning of mauli is 'above all'. Here the reference is to the head that stands high. With the moon perched on top of Shiva's head, he is referred to as Chandramauli. The practice of tying the thread dates back to the time when Vamana Bhagwan tied this holy thread on the wrist of the progressive King Bali to grant him immortality.
*Considered to be very sacred and Holy Thread.
* The Thread is used as an offering of cloth to the deity.
* This Thread is integral part of any Hindu Puja.
* Normally tied around the wrist of family members on auspicious occasions and around Sadhana items.
* Basic significance is to receive blessings from the God Photos are for detailed information only.
(Please note these threads and beads are made/assembled by hand, therefore every bracelet is unique and design may slightly vary to photos - also subject to availability).
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Modified Item: No
Country/Region of Manufacture: India
Item: Sacred MauliThread
Religion/ Spirituality: Hinduism/Sikhism/Spirituality
Type: Good Luck Thread
Modified Item: No