The purpose of a wind chime is to disperse the rushing or the stagnating 'prana' or energy and usher in the positive energies to a living abode. The Grahashanti windchime can be hung in your home to promote family happiness and mental rest.
The five brass rods of this wind chime represent the panchtattva or the five fundamental elements of the Universe. The hand-painted belan – chapatti rolling pin – is adorned with Madhubani style folk-art and symbolizes marital prosperity, harmony and abundance. The recycled glass beads and tassels enhance the beauty of this chime while the light striker ensures a soothing sound.
It gives good health if hung in Brahma Sthan (centre of thehouse or room) and if hung in north-west, the owner gets many new opportunitiesin life. It can also be hung at the entrance of one's home to usher in positive energy.
This Vastu wind-chime is hand-crafted using traditional knotting and weaving styles and environment-friendly materials. This wind chime is made with a Madhubani hand painted velan, brass rods and recycled glass beads.
Care and Maintenance: To ensure that the Omved wind chimes have a long life, we suggest some simple maintenance tips that you can follow:
- Clean the glass beads and natural seeds regularly with a damp cloth.
- Regular oiling (neem or castor oil) will help protect the wood and delay the natural ageing process.
- Use a mild soap and water (or a foaming, non-abrasive cleanser) to clean the tubes, glass and other parts. Try not to dampen the strings.
- The brass/copper parts of our chimes can be polished with a commercial cleaner.
To use: The purpose of a wind chime is to disperse the stagnating ‘prana’ or energy; hence its position is critical to ensure its proper functioning. While installing the wind chime look for a place in your home where natural air enters all the time through a window. Vastu Shastra recommends hanging this chime in the north-west corner of your home.