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Kati Hastam and Varada Hastam Vishnu Balaji Temple Jewelry Ornaments Buy Online

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Kati Hastam and Varada Hastam for Deity. Lord Balaji /Srinivasa, Vinshu incarnation. Dazzling quality stones.

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Product Description

Products     : 1 pair of hands
Type             :  Gold polish. Multi colour stones.
Size              : Right Hand : Height : 7.5" / 19 cm. Width : 4" / 10.4 cm
                        Left Hand   : Height : 7.5"/ 19 cm. Wifth : 6.5"/ 16.7 cm 

Description : Glittering stones Hastham for decoration Lord Balaji / Vishnu

Details : Srinivasa’s right hand called as Abhya hastam, turned and showed His padas to signify that He will give all those things which devotees need.  His left hand is called Kati hastam because He would protect all those who surrender to Him. The left hand is positioned purposely as if He is massaging the head of the devotees who surrender to His Lotus Feet.

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