Set of 2 solid Brass bells or ghanti used in Hindu rituals. Handheld bells are typically used in the left hand and rung continuously during prayers. They are a pleasing sound believed to release positive vibrations and disengage the mind from ongoing thoughts during prayers and meditation.
The tallest bell depicts the shape of Nandi the gate guardian for the abode of Lord Shiva
The middle bell is a representation of Garuda a legendary bird-like creature who was the vehicle mount for Lord Vishnu
The shortest bell is a depiction of Hanuman an ardent devotee of Lord Rama and one of the seven immortals
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