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Deity Chatra Colorful deity Chatra with colored gemstones. Add glitters to your pooja altar with this unique Chat.. Category: Anvils Product #: PSOX00001952 0 stars, based on 0 reviews Regular price: Rs. 4,919
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Colorful deity Chatra with colored gemstones. Add glitters to your pooja altar with this unique Chatra.

Deities are depicted with Chhattra, the Chhatra is cordoned amongst the symbols that approach universality within the numerous octavalent suites or sets of Ashtamangala.The Chatra is also kept on pooja altars and wealth boxes as it is believed that it multiples wealth and prosperity.

The 'jewelled/precious parasol' is an auspicious symbol in the Dharmic traditions. It is the emblem of Varuna, also considered an embodiment of kingship. Chhatra is also a deity, yidam and ishta-devata. In various Dharmic traditions, it is an accoutrement of chakravartin. A number of deities are depicted with Chhattra, and they include Revanta, Surya, and Vishnu (in his Vamana avatar). The Chhatra is cordoned amongst the symbols that approach universality within the numerous octavalent suites or sets of Ashtamangala.
The chhatra is uniformly represented as the Sahasrara.  In Vajrayana Buddhism, the umbrella or parasol is included in the 'Eight Auspicious Signs' or Ashtamangala.
They are hung above deity idols or altar or bank lockers. They are also hung above any place where wealth is kept, as these are considered to have powers to multiply wealth and prosperity.

Make: Oxidised casted metal with colourful stones.

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