Chaur is a Punjabi word which refers to the tuft at the end a lion's tail when raised to wave high over its head, or a yak's tail waved as a fly whisk. The word chaur is related as much to the action of brushing, fanning, whisking, or waving high over head as to the object being whisked, waved, fanned, or brushed. In historic times, a chaur whisk would customarily have been used to fan royalty. A yak tail could also designate rank among members of the Mughal dynasty.

In Sikhism, Chaur Sahib refers to a ceremonial whisk waved high over the Guru Granth Sahib, to reverently fan the scripture, by whomever is serving as an attendant. Chaur Sahib is a required article to be kept in the vicinity of where ever Guru Granth Sahib is installed. The chaur may be any size and is usually make of yak's hair, or tail, fixed to a simple or decorative wooden or metallic handle.

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Chanwar Tail

This is made from the hair of the tail of Yak . Some people call this animal as 'Chanvar Cow '. This animal is found on the border of Panjab-Pakistan and in the jungles of Nepal .

After cleaning the hail of its tail , its given the shape of broom . These are generally kept in temples. Price , according to shape ranges from Rs. 200 to 1000.

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Kamandal or kamandalam is an oblong water pot made of a dry gourd (pumpkin) or coconut shell, metal, wood of the Kamandalataru tree or from clay, usually with a handle and sometimes with a spout.

Hindu ascetics or yogis often use it for storing drinking water.The water-filled kamandalu, which is invariably carried by ascetics, is stated to represent a simple and self-contained life.

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Nazar Shuraksha Kawach

Nazar Suraksha Kawach means the "Evil Eye Bead", is actually a stone bead, which is worn to protect oneself from evil looks. The stone is an amalgamation of molten glass, iron, copper, water and salt. This particular combination of minerals and metals is believed to provide a shield from the forces of evil. The Nazar Suraksha Kawach has the symbol of an eye worked upon it. The symbol of the eye is regarded as a potent amulet for protection against evil forces in almost every culture of the world like Jewish, Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist and Christian. Thus, in Turkey, you have an eye for an eye.

Nazar Suraksha Kawach is available in two forms

  • Nazar Suraksha Kawach - Mala
  • Nazar Suraksha Kawach - Bracelet

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3 Mukhi Rudraksha Kawach

This Rudraksha kawach protects the wearer form all the black magic and eliminate the negative energy and in return provides the positivity and keep safe from all the mishappening.

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Rudraksha Kawach

This kawach contains 1 mukhi, 2 mukhi , 5 mukhi , 6 mukhi and pearls.

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