50% of the proceeds from this bracelet benefit Ramana’s Garden and Munjreshee Orphanage, organizations that honor children by providing food, education and shelter and empowering them to meet the world at their full potential.
Your divine guardians support your success. A stretch bracelet trio of aquamarine —stone of tranquility, courage, peace—and angelite—stone of acceptance, truth, compassion—is accented with 18k gold plated Ganesha, Hindu God, remover of obstacles and Lakshmi, Hindu Goddess bestower of prosperity and abundance.
18KT Gold Plated Brass
About Lakshmi & Ganesha
Lakshmi—or Laksmi—is the radiant Hindu deity of good fortune; wealth, health, youthfulness, and beauty. The word “Lakshmi” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Laksya,” meaning goal or aim. The wife of Vishnu, Lakshmi is adored by many Hindu households for her prosperous nature and bringing forth good luck.
Lakshmi is depicted holding and surrounded by objects of her power:
Clasping lotus buds and gold coins, her four arms represent the four ends of human life: “dharma,” or righteousness; “kama,” or desires; “artha,” or wealth; and “moksha,” or liberation from the cycle of birth and death. The lotus stands for beauty and fertility; the gold coins represent wealth. The two elephants remind us that steady efforts based in wisdom will lead to prosperity.
Mantra: Om Maha Lakshmi Namo Namaha (Bowing to Goddess Lakshmi for abundance in all facets of my life). Repeat this mantra 108 times; this signifies the number of beads on a mala.
Ganesha—also known as Ganesh or Ganapathi—is the elephant-headed Hindu deity who is the remover of obstacles and the giver of success for new pursuits or auspicious beginnings. Elephants are the animals that pave the way in the forests, removing any potential obstacles and making a clear path for all other animals to pursue. The son of Shiva and Parvati, Ganesha represents the energy that is grounded and centered with sharp intelligence and wisdom.
Ganehsa is seen in form holding and surrounded by objects of his power:
Prominent ears symbolize high listening quality; his discernible head imparts wisdom. A notable stomach signifies the ability to digest all, good or bad. His trunk curves towards good fortune and adaptability. Ganesha holds an axe to cut attachments that no longer serve well; his mouth and eyes signify talking less and concentrating more. Surrounded by a mouse and a snake, Ganesha reminds us to move quickly from desire and to protect our fortune.
Mantra: Om Gam Ganapathi Namo Namaha (Bowing to Lord Ganesha for wisdom and transformation). Repeat this mantra 108 times; this signifies the number of beads on a mala.
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