Mauli / TTTR rite NO.2 /
/ mauli / is the sacred Hindu red thread also called ‘charadu’ or ‘kalava’ in Sanskrit. Before the beginning of a holy ceremony Hindus tie mauli on a wrist. Mauli is tied to invoke the blessings of Shiva, the sanctified thread protects a person of diseases, enemies and other dangers. It is considered to protect our aura from negative thoughts and to hold the goodwill of those who offer it.
/ TTTR rite NO.2 / The ittr mauli doubles as drawstring for the miniature cotton pouch which holds a piece of cotton for dabbing the pulsepoints the traditional Indian way. Mauli gives the power to free oneself from bad and negative qualities, purifies thoughts and turn them into positive perceptions. Unfastening mauli before applying ittr will give you a moment to reflect on new beginnings and to count your blessings.
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