The tradition of hanging symbols and signs of good omen at one's door is age-old and universal. The purpose of a bhadarwar is to disperse the rushing or the stagnating 'prana' or energy and usher in the positive energies to a living abode. Vāstu Veda upholds that the entrance to one’s dwelling is very crucial since every time one enters a place he/she activates a presiding energy in relationship to the mandala of the house at that point.
Omkar bhandarwar has been created for auspicious beginnings. The ancient symbol of Om in the stoneware tablet depicts auspicious beginnings, for fulfilling wishes. The beautiful temple bells fill in the sounds of divinity and dispel negative energies. Panchamukhi rudraksha promotes health and prosperity while the recycled glass beads add to the beauty of the bhandarwar.
Handcrafted using traditional knotting and weaving styles and environment-friendly vastu materials like:
Brass umbrella – for divinity
Betel nut (for abundance
Panchmukhi Rudraksha – for health & prosperity
Om stoneware tablets – The universal symbol - for wish fulfilment
Temple bell (to dispel negativity)
Recycled Glass beads (for beauty)
Care and Maintenance To enjoy your Omkar Bhandarwar, we suggest the following maintenance tips:
• Clean the glass beads and natural seeds periodically with a damp cloth.
• Use mild soap and water (or a foaming, non-abrasive cleanser) to clean the glass and other parts. Try not to dampen the strings.
• The brass/copper parts can be polished with a non-toxic commercial cleaner.
To use: Place the hanger on the top/side of your main door.