Tibetan Prayer Fabric for use as an altar cloth, a shawl, a scarf, a tablecloth, or whatever you please. We were first introduced to these in Hardiwar, India where we were told they are essential for daily prayer. One would use the cloth with the symbols important to your particular practice and the focus of your prayers. Rayon, approximately 42" x 82", made in Nepal. The designs are red, except the black and white.
We originally purchased these chairs to sit and watch the fireplace in our combination living room-yoga room. The yoga students saw them and wanted some for themselves. They continue to be a popular item. BackJacks are made in the USA and they feature a soft 10-oz cotton duck fabric or the newer "tuff-duck" polyester fabric, over a rigid, lightweight, steel rustproof frame. Back Jack seat cushions are heavily padded for comfort. Assembly required.
floral embroidery leather handbag, rococo embroidery purseHere we have a super bright, super colorful handwoven from Guatemala, with a floral design. The weaving style is rococo, and the colors are brilliant. Suede leather bottom and handles. Vibrant, colorful, ethnic, gorgeous--not to mention completely unique and show stopping!
Your buckwheat filled meditation cushion is so much more than an ergonomic tool. Over time, it becomes your beloved companion! That’s why making quality zafu cushions is so important to us. Premium materials, double-stitched seams, and careful assembly result in a superior meditation cushion. Proudly handcrafted New Jersey.The buckwheat hull zafu pillow molds and shapes to your posture. It requires no break-in period.
*****Brass Sculpture 6.8 inch X 7 inch X 2.3 inch ****** An unusual piece. The playful Lord Ganesha is sporting with his mouse as if to say that it is now Lord Ganesha's turn to draw the cart, and the mouse's turn to enjoy a ride. A deity of the masses, compassionate and just, Lord Ganesha, representing the democratic spirit of equality, has taken charge of pulling the cart giving respite to his mount tired of carrying his voluminous figure on its tiny form. With its upwardly raised tail and inflated body the triumphant mouse appears to enjoy the opportunity and give its Master a chance to serve the servant by his benevolence and genuineness. In the entire theological tradition, anywhere in the world, it could only be Lord Ganesha who manifests in his being such blend of humility and majesty, as is revealed in this statue.