Mouli or Kalawa is a cotton red thread roll, considered to be very sacred and used in all religious purposes of the Hindus. The thread is used as an offering of cloth to the deity. The Mouli thread is an integral part of any puja. Normally the Mouli is tied around the Sadhana article, that is, Mouli is tied around a copper tumbler filled with water. On its mouth is placed five mango leaves and a coconut in a red cloth is place it over the mouth of the tumbler. This represents the shrine you are offering puja. Next, before the start of the puja, the red sacred thread is tied around the wrist of the members of the family. As a rule, all males and married females wear it on the right hand. Unmarried females wear it on their left hands. Only the Brahmin females, both married and unmarried can wear it in their right hands. The basic significance of wearing this thread is to get blessings from God.
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Warranty: Shiva Rudraksha Ratna provides a 15 days refund provided stone is not broken or scratched
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Refund conditions: mishandling, broken, scratched will not be subjected to refund
Care: This stone is brittle, handle with care
Instruction: Do not keep this stone wrapped in cotton as it may absorb the water from the stone and can cause damage.
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