Kalash –– Copper –– Small

Kalash or Kalasham  is an auspicious symbol of any sacred offering. It is commonly known as Purna Kalasha, Purna-Kumbha, Rig Veda says that  Purna Kalash represents abundance and life source. Devotees fill the Kalash with holy water and place a coconut on top of it during Pujas.  Some might fill the vessel with coins, gems, gold, or grains as well. There are several stories associated with the origin of Kalash. 


It was during the churning of the ocean or Samudra Manthan between the Asuras and Devas, that the Amrit​a  the N​ectar of Immortality emerged out in a Kalash –– the symbol of immortality as it​ (Kalash) contained Amrit​a

I​t is believed that Kalash is the embodiment of all the gods. It can create subtle vibrations, which can purify and enhance our vitalities.Hindu deities Lord Brahma, Lord Shiva, and Goddess Lakshmi, hold a Kalash in their hands.I​t is ​also believe​d that Kalash is the personification of Lord Ganesha​ –– remover of obstacles from our lives, and Gauri Devi​ personified as goddess of household bounty.  It represents abundance and wisdom.​ It also represents our chakras. It helps in​ stabilising ​the energy flow through our bodies as well. The vibrations emanating from it can cure any blockage or excess of vitalizations in our bodies​. The base of the metal vessel represents the Muladhara or root chakra.​ Mango or betel leaves used in it keep the deity seated. The water in it can keep it purified for a long time. The water in the Kalash r​epresents the way for creation.​ Coconut can attract divine principles and transmit it to the water.​ Coconut is a symbolic representation of the three-eyed Lord Shiva. The head of the coconut signifies the Sahasrara or crown chakra. The ​Mango leaves and coconut are the depiction of different creations in the universe.The mouth and throat of the Kalsh are the seats of Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva, and Lord Brahma. Its belly is the abode of the divine mother.The thread around the neck of the Kalash is the symbol of the love that binds everyone.​  As per Vasthu Shastra, when Kalash is placed facing the Northern direction, It can invite prosperity, positivity, and wisdom.​ 


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