Tulsi good luck charms - Indus collection
Before forming a collective religion, Hinduism was more of a way of living with roots in Paganism. The people of Indus worshipped nature around them and each plant, bird, animal meant something. Elements of the nature that were perceived as good were stamped onto pieces of metal and worn as jewellery by both men, women and especially children to ward off evil and bring in the luck. This practice is still prevalent in many parts of India.
- Hand cut metal pieces with ancient good luck symbol stamped on them
- Brass. Can be custom made in silver and silver with 18 ct gold plating.
- Designed in Melbourne
The price is for each charm. If you are looking at a certain shape, please do let us know in the notes during checkout.