Zardosi Worked Balgopal Mukut

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The zardosi work is traditionally done on stretched fabric with thin Ari needles in this mukut.
The word zardosi derives from Persian words Zar meaning gold and Dosi meaning embroidery. Zardosi embroidery has been in existence in India from the time of the Rig Veda. There are numerous instances mentioning the use of zari embroidery as ornamentation on the attire of gods.
Mukut is the traditional symbolic form of headgear for Gods and Goddess. It represents power, legitimacy, victory, triumph, honour, and glory, as well as immortality, righteousness, and resurrection. This Mukut represents the happiness and power surrounding world.

Note:This Mukut is Handmade by artisans so Design and colour may vary.
"Handmade with Love and Devotion".


Dimensions: 2.25 inches (H) 2 inches (W) (5 x 5 cms) approx
Total Length: 7 inch (17 cm) approx
Weight: 26 gms
Note: Comes in a set of 2. Designs and colour may vary

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The zardosi work is traditionally done on stretched fabric with thin Ari needles in this mukut. Comes in a set of 2.
(Design and colour may vary)

Note:This Mukut is Handmade by artisans so Design and colour may vary.
"Handmade with Love and Devotion".


Dimensions:
2.25 inches (H) 2 inches (W) (5 x 5 cms) approx
Total Length: 7 inch (17 cm) approx
Weight: 26 gms

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