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  1. Round Hut Agal

    $16.00
    Hut shaped agal to light diyas or candle Learn More

    Length: 11 Cms | Breadth: 11 Cms | Height: 14 Cms

    • This round hut agal and its ethnic design and shape bring about a soft amber glow when placed with a diya or candle
    • Suspend this lamp over dining tables and easily turn a family space into a cosy corner
    • The showpiece is featured with artsy, intricate hand-painted strokes all over the body
    • This lamp is best enjoyed when lit and even during the night, as light bounces off its peep window
  2. T- Light Pot

    $8.00
    Small hand painted pot which can hold T-light candles Learn More
    • Rewind to a time when candle holders lit spaces for as much a warm glow as to light up indoor spaces
    • This T-light pot is like a lesson in history and comes with a rustic charm
    • Light up dark spaces with these traditional and ethnic candle holders
    • Its structure and style is reminiscent of olden days when no-power nights were spent under candle nights
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  4. Sundarar with Peedam

    $450.00
    Sundarar with Peedam Learn More
    Statue Details
    • Height : 54 cms
    • Width: 28 cms
    • Depth: 23 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Sundarar (Tamil Cundarar), also known affectionately as Tampiran Thozhan (Comrade of the Master, meaning friend of Shiva) was an eighth-century poet who was one of the most prominent Nayanars, the Shaiva bhakti (devotional) poets of Tamil Nadu. He was a contemporary of Cheraman Perumal and Kotpuli Nayanar who also figure in the 63 Nayanmars. The songs of praise are called Thiruthondathogai and is the original nucleus around which the Periyapuranam is based. The Periya Puranam, which collects the legends of the Nayanars, starts and ends with him. The hymns of seventh volume of the Tirumurai, the twelve-volume compendium of the poetry of Tamil Shaiva Siddhanta, were composed by him

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