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Chanvar

Chanvar

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A Chanvar is a yak-tail fan which is waved at the end of arati. This represents the offering of the element of air back to its source, cool the deity, keep insects away. Waving the Chanvar is also a gesture of honoring the Deity and Her royal power. Considered ritually pure, the only hair that can be used in puja is that from the tail of a yak.

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Chanvar

Very good quality white Chanvar fan for Deity worship.

A Chanvar is a yak-tail fan which is waved at the end of arati. This represents the offering of the element of air back to its source, cool the deity, keep insects away. Waving the Chanvar is also a gesture of honoring the Deity and Her royal power. Considered ritually pure, the only hair that can be used in puja is that from the tail of a yak.

 

Very good quality white Chanvar fan for Deity worship. This may be synthetic. For many millenia, Chanvars have been made from the white hair of the Tibetan yak therefore the Chanvar can also be referred to as "the yak-tail whisk." The chamara is used by Krishna's queens at Dwarka to worship Him and throughout the ages the pujaris in the temples of Krishna and the demigods use the Chanvar, the yak-tail wisk, as an integral part of the aroti service.

 

Chanvar Hair : 70 Percent Synthetic

Chanvar Hair Weight : 150 Grams

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