Wooden Hand crafted Astamangala-Window Eight Auspicious Signs from Nepali Craftsman -South Asian Handicraft
Ashtamangala Window: It’s window having eight auspicious symbols of good fortune carved. These symbols are:
- The Parasol
- The golden fishes
- The treasure vase
- The lotus,
- The right turning conch shell
- The glorious Endless Knot
- The victory sign
- The wheel
These eight symbols are among the most popular in Tibetan Buddhism.
The owner of this item is P.G wood Carving. The owner of the firm is Mangal Krishna Silpakar. He is passionate wood carver, craft beauty on wood. He is 4th generation wood carver in his family. He has learned the art of wood carving from my father and grandfather. His products increase the beauty of home, hotels, restaurants.
Material: Hollow wood
Dimension: Around 16 inches Length and 15 inches Height
Time to make: 5 days
Shipping: Free inside Kathmandu valley
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Contact Person: Bimal Jaiswal
- Estimated time for arrival: 1 working day inside Kathmandu valley and 5 working days worldwide.
- Estimated price of shipping: Free shipping inside Kathmandu Valley and Extra price for international shipping. Extra cost will be according to the price of TNT/DHL and invoices later.
- Return: Return in 7 days in case of any damage.
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