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Parad Shilvalinga

Ancient Vedas has considered Parad, the most pure and auspicious metal which has varieties of religious importance.

According to Brahma Purana that he who worships parad idols devotedly, whether one is male or female, Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vaishya or Shudra gets wordly pleasures and attains salvation. The person or family get glory, honor, name and fame and many more…



  • Prosperity to the house or office
  • No shortage of food, money or clothes.
  • Brings peace to the premises.
  • If kept in the bedroom, it brings harmony among the couple.
  • Removes ill-effects of Brahmhatya, Gau-hatya and Bal-hatya (Dosha due to killing of a priest, cow or a child in the previous births).
  • Parad Shivling balances & harmonise the aura around us and remove the negative energy.

Coral Mala

Pure Red Coral of round shape, 6 mm size best quality of 108+1 beads mala. Taiwan variety.


wearing helps to remove the blood circulation-related problems and strengthen the heart. -Good for chanting mantra for Goddess Durga.

Sphatik Mala

It is the best mala for counting beads while chanting Devi Mantras. If it is worn, the mind becomes pacified and quiet. He who wears it, becomes pacified and quiet. He who wears it, becomes favorite of Lord Shiva. Sphatik produce electrochemical balance in the body chemistry of the wearer, which helps to remove anxiety, fear and makes one calm and peaceful and to be able to concentrate. Using the rosary made from Sphatik also cools the body and mind and hence it greatly helps the hot and short-tempered people.

It is beneficial for gaining the knowledge of the past, present and the future. Wearing the Sphatik rosary also encourages an undisturbed and sound sleep. In Religion it’s believed that LORD SHIVA AND GODDESS PARVATI lives in this stone. For chanting mantras, these sphatik rosaries are used specifically for goddesses Laxmi, Durga, Saraswati and all forms of Goddesses. This Mala is also highly beneficial if wrapped around these Goddesses.


Majority of conch shells open on the left side, i.e., they are formed anti-clockwise. In contrast, those that open on the right side, i.e., formed clockwise, are rare, but very auspicious to keep in homes. These are expensive. It is believed that Goddess Lakshmi resides permanently in white conch shells that open on the right side (Dakshinavarti shankh). Both, Goddess Lakshmi and the right-sided conch shell have their origin in the sea and are believed to have the same father.

A right-sided conch shell is considered the younger brother of Goddess Lakshmi. The glory of a right-sided conch shell has been described in Hindu Scriptures.

“In whatever home you find white right-sided conch shells, happiness and well-being shall always be there. Goddess Lakshmi lives there. In whatever home one uses sandalwood, camphor, flowers, rice, and other items to offer prayers regularly that home shall be fortunate and prosperous like Krishna.”

It is believed that whoever owns a pair of right-sided conch shells shall always hold exalted positions and be successful in whatever he does. Misery and failure keep away. Daily reverence and methodical offering of prayers to it shall bring success and fulfillment. When it is placed in a shop, it promotes success in business. At home, it attracts wealth and happiness. Placed with foodgrains, it promotes prosperity. It is truly a symbol of glory and prosperity.

Tulsi Mala

Mala of tulsi beads made in red thread with knots in between the beads with a total number of beads 54+1. The wearer of this mala gets a blessing from the Lord Vishnu. He/She will have a joyous and happy life.

Kamal Gatta Mala

Kamal Gatta Mala is also known as dried lotus bead mala. Poverty is the worst curse of life. To banish this curse that could be haunting a house for generations one must try this mala. Lakshmi is also called Kamalvaasini – i.e. one who sits on a lotus. This is why for the Sadhana and Mantra chanting of Lakshmi we use a special rosary made of seeds of lotus which is called Kamalgatta mala. The Goddess is easily appeased if one uses this rosary for the chanting of her Mantra and she bestows upon him wealth and comforts.

There are other rosaries too that are prescribed for Lakshmi Sadhanas and with them too Lakshmi Sadhana can be accomplished. But using a Kamalgatta rosary helps one secure the blessings of the Goddess faster.

Mala consists of 108+1 beads with knots between the beads.

Lalchandan Mala

This Mala is made of Red beads of Sandalwood used for obtaining bravery, strength, and power. It is also used for Devi Siddhi. The red sandalwood mala is used for the attainment of general prosperity. Rosaries of red Sandalwood are useful for propitiating the goddesses whereas white is useful for the gods.

Haldi Mala (Turmeric)

It is used to perform Anusthan (special prayers) and destroy enemies and succeed in lawsuits. If a man suffering from Jaundice, should wear a garland of 108 Beads of Turmeric, he would surely be cured. One who wears this mala attains peace of mind and gets rid of anxiety, depression, and tensions. The person also acquires a good amount of spiritual powers.

Vaijanti Mala

Mala of White Vaijanti beads knotted in a thread in traditional style with tassel. This Mala is made of White beads of Vaijanti used for Vashikaran, Attraction, and Devi Siddhi. Vaijanti seed comes from the forests where the god and goddess eternally make love. A mala of victory. Vaijanti is a shiny seed that grows in the forests of Braj. Lord Vishnu and Krishna love this mala.

Pearl Mala (CHANDRA)

Mala is made of Pearl (Moon Stone) knotted in a thread in traditional style with a tassel. Wearing a pearl mala has a cooling effect on the mind and body. The pearl mala is also recommended for use when performing Japa of Devi mantras (particularly Saraswati and Bala). Pearl is associated with various forms of the Goddess. It inspires creativity and brings wealth. Its effects are soothing and cooling. Its related planet is the Moon, and its related element is water.

Moti Shankha

Pearl conch or Moti Shankha is known as Moti conch is a very rare spiritual item. Conch serves its worshipper for progressing financially. This conch enhances your destiny and shall help you to attract business and benefits from overseas connections. This conch shell brings name and fame to you. The ancient text Bramhavevart Puran contains deep knowledge related to the different forms of Goddess Laxmi. In it, it is described that Saubhagya Laxmi who brings good luck is present in Pearl Conch (Moti Shankh). This will be in Big size.

Swetark Ganesh Ji

Swetark Ganapati is one of the purest and rarest sacred items on this earth. Swetark Ganapati is obtained from the root of a shrub, that takes the form of Lord Ganesha. In Sanskrit, it is called Ark, and in Hindi known as Aak. Its also known as Madar. Madar has a very special significance in Indian herbs. Though it is poisonous, it is full of several benefits. In Ayurveda, medicines made of its poison are used as life-giving drugs. Among these trees, one gives white flowers. This tree is called Swetark.

This is a very rare tree. Flowers of this plant are the favorite of Lord Shiva. The root of this plant is invited on an auspicious day and carved into Ganapati to form an auspicious Muhurta. Those who keep this idol of Ganesh in their homes enjoy the presence of Devi Laxmi and Lord shiva.


  • To get the blessings of Shiva and Ganesha.
  • Gives knowledge and concentration power
  • Promotion in job and increase in business
  • Maintains harmony in married life.
  • Eliminates illness and diseases
  • For Prosperity and growth

Gomti Chakra

Gomati Chakra is a rare natural product, a form of shell stone, and is found in the Gomti River in Dwarka, Gujarat in India. It is believed to bring luck and is used in spiritual and Tantric rituals. Gomati Chakra resembles the Sudarshan Chakra or Discus of Lord Krishna. It is used as a Yantra and also is used in worship. It is believed that those people who possess Gomti Chakra will be blessed with money, good health, and prosperity. It is also believed to protect children.

Some people bury Gomti Chakra in the foundation of buildings as it is believed to bless the residents with long life and prosperity.

Some people hang it in front of the house, shops, and buildings for peace and prosperity. In some regions, eleven Gomti Chakras are wrapped in a red cloth and placed in rice or wheat containers. This is for food security. In some regions, Gomti Chakra is worshipped on Diwali day along with Goddess Lakshmi. Gomti Chakra is available in pure form and also embedded along with jewelry. Some people wear it like a pendant.

Navgraha Mala

These gorgeous Navagraha Malas imported from India are 108 beads consisting of nine semi-precious stones and pearls separated by silver beads. Navagrahas are the nine main “influences” in Vedic astrology or Jyotish. There are sometimes called planets even though some of them are not actual planets. Each stone represents one of these influences and wearing a Navagraha Mala helps appease any malefic tendencies that exist in your astrological chart.

Black Horse Shoe

Black Horse Shoe is fixed on the outer door of the house to keep evil spirits and evil eyes out of the house. It is considered a most auspicious item to remove bad luck and disease from the house. It is believed that the Black horse Shoe work as a protective layer of the house, which protects the house from, diseases and bad luck. It is recommended in our Vedas too that those who stick Black Horse Shoe on their outer wall or Door remain away from bad luck and diseases.

The horseshoe is considered a lucky charm in the West as well as in India! The shape of the horseshoe describes the ideal land configuration of Feng Shui, hence it is considered a favorable shape per Feng Shui too. In India, people have traditionally considered the horseshoe a lucky charm and used it by affixing it above their main door on the outer side, for protection and good luck.

Mantra: Om Praang Pring Praung Sah Shanaye Namah

Shankha Mala

This Shankha (conch) Mala is charged by Mahalakshmi Mantra. Siddha Shankha (conch) are very lucky and dear to the Goddess of wealth Mahalakshmi. Shankha Mala an be used in Mahalakshmi sadhana as well as other sadhana. Conch shells are a sign of victory and were used in ancient times to mark the start of anything auspicious. They have a distinctive appeal and aura which gives peace of mind.

This Shankha (conch) Mala can also be kept in a cash box, altar, or at the place of financial transaction to procure business luck. This Siddha Shankha (conch) Mala can also be worn to overcome speech problems.

Kuber Yantra

Kuber is the god of wealth and the god’s treasurer. He is also called the god of Yakshas (savage beings). Kuber is the actual Lord of Riches in the Indian pantheon (Laxmi being the goddess of fortune of which money is a great part). Worshipping this Yantra on a regular basis brings about a distinct change in one’s prosperity and luck though, of course, the effort remains paramount. This is an extremely powerful and somewhat rare Yantra.

The owner of the Yantra will never be lacking money & material comforts – his house & treasury will always be full, and he & his family never have a shortage of resources. This yantra is kept in the house temple, Cash box, almirah, and offices where financial transactions are made. It blesses the worshipper with money and prosperity by drawing new avenues and sources of income and wealth. It helps increase the flow of funds and the ability to accumulate wealth.

Shri Sampoorna Das Mahavidya Mahayantra

The Mahavidya are ten particular incarnations of the Divine Mother, in which she represented herself in different yogas and on different occasions before she again became Uma, the wife of Lord Shiva. The spectrum of these ten goddesses covers the whole range of feminine divinity, encompassing horrific goddesses at one end, to the ravishingly beautiful at the other. These Goddesses are Kali, Tara, Tripur Sundari, Bhuvaneshvari, Chinnamasta, Tripura Bhairavi, Dhumavati, Bagalamukhi, Matangi, Kamala.

Purpose: Devotion to ten incarnations of Devi. Her blessings provide bhoga (fulfillment of materialistic desires) and moksha (spiritual liberation).

The Ten Mahavidyas are known as Wisdom Goddesses. The spectrum of these ten goddesses covers the whole range of feminine divinity, encompassing horrific goddesses at one end, to the ravishingly beautiful at the other. Mahavidya means (Maha – great; vidya – knowledge) Goddesses of great knowledge. These Goddesses are Kali the Eternal Night Tara the Compassionate Goddess Shodashi the Goddess who is Sixteen Years Old Bhuvaneshvari the Creator of the World Chinnamasta the Goddess who cuts off her Own Head Bhairavi the Goddess of Decay Dhumawati the Goddess who widows Herself Bagalamukhi the Goddess who seizes the Tongue Matangi the Goddess who Loves Pollution Kamala the Last but Not the Least.

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