IndianStore4All Mauli Moli Kalawa Sacred Hindu Religious Red Cotton Pooja Wrist Thread Band
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- Kalava is the sacred Hindu thread also called mauli or charadu in Hindi. It is tied by a priest on the wrists of all the people attending the prayer ceremony. The Kalava is tied on right hand of males and unmarried females, and on left hand of married females.
- Cotton strings in form of yarn in full red are most common as is red with small bits of yellow, however, other dye combination exist. It sometimes has knots which are tied up while reciting Sanskrit mantras to invoke Brahman and is worn to ward off evil from the person who wears this red thread.
- In Hinduism 's many scripts have many religious stories about "Kalava" In the Mahabharata, Dropadi tied a Kalava on right hand of Abhimanyu before his last day of war for divine protection. He was not defeated by many warriors as long as he wore the "Kalava" on his right hand.
- Lord Krishna wanted his death, as Dropadi was evil in his previous life. Krishna thus sent a mouse to cut his Kalava and soon after, Abhimanyu was killed. Another legend has it that Lord Vishnu during his incarnation as Vamana tied a red thread on the hands of King Bali to grant him immortality and to rule the netherworld.
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 2.5 x 2.5 x 1.8 cm; 23 Grams
- Date First Available : 8 March 2017
- Manufacturer : IndianStore4All
- ASIN : B06XH2WDRK
- Manufacturer reference : VH2S
- Customer Reviews:
According to legends, in the Vamana avatar, Lord Vishnu pushed King Bali into the underworld. It is believed that he tied a red thread on the wrists of Bali, to grant him immortality. That began the practice of tying a red kalava on the wrist of people, to grant them long lives. When Kalava is tied on your wrist, it should always be done with your palm facing up, never with palm facing down and there are always three knots tied. Inside your wrist, more towards the side of your palm are three veins, or naadis, as we call them popularly. Each of these naadis is associated with the three bodily doshas or constituents, viz. vata, pitt and kapha." "Vata or vayu, the impulse principle necessary to mobilize the function of the nervous system. Pitt or bile, which is useful in digestion and supply of blood and energy to various parts of the body. Kapha or phlegm, the carrier of nutrients into the arterial system. So, tying three knots, the kalava creates enough pressure on these naadis, each to keep your body free of any disease related to these three constituents.