Fengshui

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Feng Shui Wealth Cat

Lucky cats are traditional Asian items which represent good fortune and protection. Those who have lucky cats in their homes or working spaces will have their protection as well as the wealth benefits they attract. You can place lucky cats at any environment where you wish wealth to come.
Lucky cats symbolize protection in all senses. They can see in the dark and protect you from what you might not be aware of. They would defend not only your income but also your house and all those who live in it. If you have them in your office, they will help you succeeding in your career as well as improving and protecting your income.

  • INR 250
                                                                                          
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Feng Shui Mandarin Ducks For Love And Romance

A pair of Mandarin Ducks symbolize happiness in love and suggestive of romance, devotion, affection, conjugal fidelity, togetherness and enduring love.
To enhance wedding, love and romance luck, Mandarin Ducks should be kept in a pair in the romance corner of the occupants of a home.
If you are single, to attract a new partner the Mandarin Ducks should face each other and be placed on the side of your bed you get in and out of bed from.
If you are married, to preserve or enhance an existing relationship the Mandarin Ducks should be alongside each other and be placed on the nightstand on the husband's side.

  • INR 350
                                                                                          
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luk fuk sau

Long life, fame and fortune - these highly sought after attributes are believed to be brought into any space by Fuk Luk Sau, the three feng shui gods of wealth. As with most feng shui cures, the Fuk Luk Sau, or three feng shui gods of wealth, are there to bring what humans keep aspiring for through centuries - wealth, power and good luck, in addition to healthy and long life. The Feng Shui Fuk Luk Sau are not prayed to, but they must still be revered and respected.
There are three wise men Luk, Fuk and Sau , are considered gods.
Fuk is a symbol of good luck and peace, Luk represents authority, strength and wealth and sau signifies health and long lived.
These three Chinese feng shui gods should be place at maximum heights and not facing toilet or lower heights to bring all round prosperity in home.
Known as Fuk Luk Sau, these Three Star Deities personify the three important aspirations of mankind: Happiness, Wealth and Longevity.
Fuk deity carries a scroll and sometimes a children with him for good descendant luck.
Luk deity always stands in the center and ensures your career success and enhanced income luck.
Sau deity is depicted as carrying a staff and a peach, also known as the fruit of immortality.

  • INR 550
                                                                                          
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Fengshui crystal ball

The crystal ball has the energy of harmony and perfection owing to its spherical shape - considered the superior shape since ancient times - as well as its quartz crystal properties. A high quality, clear crystal ball will anchor the energy of light in a very harmonious, smooth and constant motion.
A liquid quality of the most subtle healing energy can be brought by a crystal ball to any space, be it home, office or garden. Its energy will calm and neutralize many negative emotions, while putting the mind to a better use - from worries about the future to envisioning a better one.

  • INR 200
                                                                                          
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Three legged toad frog

The money frog or toad is associated with monetary gain, wealth and good health. Money Frog protects against misfortune and brings good fortune and wealth to the household.
To increase prosperity and wealth position the money toad:
- place the frog inside the front door facing inwards to symbolize money coming in to the home or business.
- place it in any positive directions to you to benefit wealth, a long life, luck and safety.
- money toad is usually placed near a cash register or in a wealth corner

  • INR 450
                                                                                          
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Wish Granted Cow Kamdhenu Feng Shui

The wish granting cow,also referred as Kamadhenu in hinduism,is an auspicious animal statue . The cow fulfills a persons wishes,it is often found sitting on a bed of coins and ingots,is used to fulfill and get good luck,ensuring the future generations of a person which will be prosperous.
Wish-fulfilling cow is symbolic of good descendants’ luck.

  • INR 450
                                                                                          
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Fengshui dragon with tortoise

This powerful object has a Dragon's head and Tortoise's body. It can be used by an individual for his growth. The dragon symbolizes wealth, positive energy, and fertility. It is also said to have a positive influence on humans. The tortoise symbolizes committed efforts towards a task and success.
The dragon is said to blow good and healthy breathe to the people and also carries an energy that symbolizes power of doing well. The body of the tortoise is said to carry the secret of heaven and also that of the earth. The shell of the tortoise, which is actually a magic square, is the guide for life.

  • INR 350
                                                                                          
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Fengshui laughing buddha

The ones who want prosperity in life rub his belly for “good luck” as per the belief doing this can help in granting wishes to the ones who are searching for prosperity. According to many the size of the stomach of the Buddha plays a role like if it is larger than the chances of wish fulfillment are higher. When the image of a laughing or cheerful Buddha is present in any room then only positive energy enters a room.

  • INR 450

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