Ganesh Kalash Moti Toran

Beautful Hand made Ganesh Kalash Moti Toran is designed with artificial motis. Toran also known as Bandanwar, refer to a decorative door hanging.

Toran is the name in Hinduism of a sacred or honorific gateway in Buddhist architecture. Its typical form is a projecting cross-piece resting on two uprights or posts. This is traditional decorative hanging known as Toran. It is handmade item made up of colorful pearl beads. This can be hanged on doors as well as walls and can be used on many occasions like Pooja, Festivals, House Warming, Parties , Marriages and inaugurations. Decorate your home/doors during festive season and bring goodluck to your home with this auspious and elegant door hanging/Toran. It will certainly create a great impression on your guests. The Hanging brings enlightenment to the decor & is a perfect decorative for the joyous celebrations of life that is so very essential to the spirit of your day to day life. Ethnic Material along Dori and Bead Work add to the glitter of this traditional Toran. The ethnic embellishments are meant to bring the good spirits to your home and wind off the evil ones.

Dimensions: 5 inches (H) x 37 inches (L) (12.7 x 94 cm) approx 
Weight: 100 grams approx

Note: These products is handcrafted so design and color may slightly vary.

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Ganesh Kalash Moti Toran

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  • Product Code: SD14
  • Availability: In Stock
  • INR: 300

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