During pooja Aarti these Sava Rupiya is considered a highly auspicious symbol. Traditionally in India, these two coins were used to confirm any deal, marriage and for giving commitment. Both these coins carry the image of Queen Victoria.
British India Coins (1862-1947) were stuck under the authority of the crown. The coins issued after 1840 bore the portrait of Queen Victoria. The first coinage under the crown was issued in 1862 and in 1877 Queen Victoria assumed the title of the Empress of India. Her reign of 63 years and seven months, which is longer than that of any other British monarch and the longest of any female monarch in history, is known as the Victorian era.
Coins denote money and are used as symbols of power and success. They bring 'good luck'. They are finest Diwali gift as well. Silver coins are elegant and are considered to be very sacred during festivals. During pooja Aarti these coins are kept in the plate as auspicious symbols. After the completion of pooja, they are kept in money safe or lockers or pooja altar. It is a sign of attracting wealth and growth. Traditionally on the day of Diwali, all coins kept in the locker and pooja altar are washed with panchamrit and then with fresh water, before installing them back. It is an ideal choice for your pooja altar or as an auspicious desktop item. You can also gift it on religious occasions.
Silver purity certificate provided with purchase.
Quantity: Two coins of denomination 1 rupee and 25 paise.
Diameter of coin: 1.25 inches
Thickness of coin: 4 mm
Weight of silver: 12 gms
Dimension of packaging: 3.5 inches (L) x 2 inches (W)
Design: Made in pure silver with Queen Victoria's image embossed on it.
Silver is a sattvic metal. Silver has the ability to imbibe the Raja-predominant waves of desire. It imbibes 35% of divine consciousness. It is believed that silver stimulates energy flow to itself.
Sava Rupiya In Pure Silver
- Product Code: PSOX00001337
- Availability: In Stock
Tags: silver coins