April 12, 2022 2 min read
A purely handcrafted jewellery designed to exhibit a fine work of Thewa. The framework of the jewellery is made with utmost care and precision. A noteworthy feature of this jewellery lies in its ornate work of gold and commendable craftsmanship.
Derived from the texts of Maha Upanishad, this jewellery has been christened as ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’, which translates to ‘The world is one family’. The Sanskrit phrase Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam is made up of three words - Vasudha which means the Earth, Eva means emphasising and Kutumbakam which means family. This social philosophy encourages the whole of humanity to be considered as one. People should live without their differences on any grounds and unite as one.
With a variety of symbols attested to it, the necklace holds a very deep and beautiful significance to it. The thick interlocked gold chain is connected to different astras or weapons wielded by different Hindu deities. According to the Puranas, Sudarshana Chakra possessed by Lord Vishnu is considered the most powerful weapon. It is one of the symbols carefully crafted in the product. A phenomenal display of craftsmanship can be seen in the Mor Pankh that Lord Krishna wore on his crown. The Mor Pankh symbolises the entire range of the colours of nature. In the centre, a Trishula or trident can be seen built in a rigid structure. This weapon belongs to Lord Shiva who is considered as the destroyer of the universe. Right next to it is the divine weapon used by Lord Rama - Dhanush or a bow and arrow with carved texts of Rama on it. The axe wielded by Lord Ganesha is a symbol of the retrenchment of all desires, bearers of pain and suffering. On top of it can be seen figures of Swastika which is a symbol of prosperity and good fortune in Hinduism.
In a country like India consisting of diverse cultures and traditions, different religions, and faiths, the only thing that unites its people is the feeling of oneness and patriotism. With a beautifully designed necklace like this, Adore Jewels expresses its vision in a physical form and encourages the concept of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam.
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