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High quality embroidered Sri Krishna dancing on Kaliya naag gomukhi japamala bags

Original price Rs.350.00 - Original price Rs.350.00
Original price
Rs.350.00 - Rs.350.00
Current price Rs.350.00

These are high quality embroidered gomukhi bags Showing a scene where Sri Krishna defeated and danced on Kaliya Nag's head, available in many colors. A 'gomukhi' also known as gaumukhi bag is a special cover made in the shape of a cow's mouth. It is mentioned in our ancient texts that while chanting mantras on a rosary it should always be kept inside the gomukhi bag. This gomukhi bag is made of very high quality cotton cloth and has the image of Bhagwan Sri Krishna embroidered on it manually . On the back side of japa mala bag ' Hare Krishna - Hare Rama' sacred mantra is embroidered.

Size of bag - 27 cms x 13.5 cms

No choice of color n, the color available at the time of dispatch will be sent, the design will be exact as shown in image /video

Story of Sri Krishna and Kaliya Nag - One time, Shri Krishna and his friends were playing with a ball next to the Yamuna river. While playing, their ball fell into a pond in which Kaliya nag resided. Despite the advise of his friends and a man from Gokul to stay away, Shri Krishna jumped into the river. When he reached the depth of the waters, King Kaliya Nag's wives stopped him. Shri Krishna was determined to not leave without meeting Kaliya Nag. So, Kaliya Nag woke up and headed to attack Krishna, but Krishna fought and defeated him. Both Kaliya Nag and his wife prayed to Krishna for mercy. Krishna forgave him and asked him to leave Yamuna river and go somewhere else. When he was leaving, Krishna stood on Kaliya Nag's and danced. The scene has been shown on this gomukhi bag.

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