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Type             :  Gold finish.

Description : Shivan Pattai or Tripundra place on the forehead of Lord Shiva.  Gold finish Murthi ornament with white stones and red stones in the center.

How to maintain : After use, wrap it in a soft cloth. Avoid contact with perfumes or water.

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Tripundra or Pattai is placed on the forehead of Lord Shiva or Goddess Parvathi.

Tripundra (Sanskrit: "three marks") or பட்டை / Pattai in Tamil is a saivite tilaka. 'Tripundra' refers to the three mukti. tri means three, pundra means one which is released. There are three horizontal lines of vibhuti (holy ash) on the brow, often with a dot (bindu) as the third eye. The three lines represent the soul's three bonds: anava, karma, and maya.

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