Jalaram Bapa God Idol Brass For Collectible Handicraft Art By BHARATHAAT
|Colour||Brass Golden Yellow|
|Product Dimensions LxWxH||2.2 x 2.1 x 7.1 INCH or 5.588 x 5.334 x 18.034 CM|
|Product Weight||0.932 KG|
|Number of Pieces||1|
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- Brass Made: Each of these products is made of solid brass with carefully designed products that suit every possible place that this art can fit
- Home Office Use: Complete the decor of your home in the utmost style or add some Indian flair to any room decor
Gifting and Decor: Each of our products is suitable for gifting purposes. This brass decoration item enhances the decoration and gives a safe and silent vibe to the home. This is perfect for home, and office use. A valuable personal and professional collection
- Product Colour, Design & Weight May Vary Marginally Due to The Hand-Made Nature of Production. “Kalarambh” and “Bharat Haat” are Brands of Bharat Handicrafts. Buyer Are requested to check Original Product Purchase by Original Brand Owner Only
- As it is made with a die casting process, it has a solid material with an antique outlook, therefore, this art is perfect for gifting to your friends and family. Care Instructions: Clean by Dry Cloth and Use Pitambari Powder Specially for Brass Material
- This product’s price includes product cost, shipping, & all taxes for the Indian government only. All other charges such as customs duty, VAT & All other taxes outside of India are not included in the price & will be barred by the customer
- Jalaram Bapa popularly known as Bapa was a Hindu saint from Gujarat, India. He was born on 4 November 1799 one week after the Hindu festival of Diwali, which is associated with his Iṣṭa-devatā Lord Rama.
- He is mainly worshipped in Gujarat, but his words and miracles have spread throughout India and many other countries. Thursday is the day that is associated with him in Hinduism.
- Images of Jalaram Bapa usually portray him as wearing white, with a stick in his left hand and a tulsi mala in his right hand. He is always dressed in simple clothes, to represent that he was a pure person
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Brass Golden Yellow
2.2 x 2.1 x 7.1 INCH, 5.588 x 5.334 x 18.034 CM
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