Weight: 0.56 lb
Made in India
This unisex shawl is designed to be worn during meditation or prayer, but is also warn for comfort when there is a chill in the air or used as decoration in the home and on altars. The soft and light fabric has a slight shine. It is hand-printed in terracotta with the Maha Mantra in decorative Sanskrit letters, an attractive contrast that highlights the ancient prayer.
Mantra: Hare Krishna Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna Hare Hare, Hare Rama Hare Rama, Rama Rama Hare Hare
This shawl is an exclusive design to Prabhuji’s Gifts and is made from 100% natural jute fiber. The Maha Mantra means “the great prayer” and is one of the most popular by spiritual seekers and yoga practitioners.
Name explanation: Maha Mantra means “great mantra” in Sanskrit, the ancient language of Hinduism. The prayer is composed of the divine names Krishna and Rama, as well as “Hare,” which means Krishna’s divine energy and many interpret as “Radha,” Krishna’s eternal consort who represents eternal devotion. The mantra is a request to be engaged in service to God and has the power to remove all impurities from the one who recites it with complete devotion.
Why customers love it: These shawls allow people to wrap themselves in holiness as the 100% natural fabric is decorated with sacred mantras, gods and goddesses in the ancient Sanskrit language of India. They are made of the renewable jute plant fiber and hand-printed by devotional artisans in India’s cottage industry.
Collection: Yoga Meditation Shawls
Collection Description: This colorful selection of shawls is ideal for meditation, prayer and decoration, and is suitable for both men and women. The soft, jute fabric known as “golden fiber” is a renewable resource that brings a subtle shine to the 100% natural shawls. Each shawl is hand-dyed and then hand-printed with the sacred mantras in the ancient and decorative Sanskrit letters by devotional artisans of rural India. The contrast of the terracotta design on the cloth highlights the sacred mantra.
Manufacturing process: The fabric is dyed and printed by hand by artisan groups in India.