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Exquisitely Hand-Carved Jade Muruga!

The Mini Mela Gift Shop provides books and booklets published by the Hindu monks at Kauai's Hindu Monastery. The gift shop is a source for puja supplies, music, brass, crystal and semi-precious stone Deities, Hinduism Today magazines and subscriptions, Hindu greeting cards, rudraksha beads and malas, bracelets and books for kids.


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The Beautiful Lord Murugan with Veil and Peacock

Lord Murugan, commander of the devonic armies bringing peace and goodwill to the world, complete with vel and accompanied by his friend peacock. This iridescent marvel of green Jade with golden colored trim stands complete atop a lotus base. Gaurding humanity from the asuric(demonic) forces is Murugan's prime role and this murti makes a stunning example of Kartikeya's unconquerable force of love.

Weighing in at a solid 10,470 grams of beautiful Jade stone, this hand-carved and hand-decorated beauty is no ordinary Muruga. From the fine brushstrokes to the intricate carving, this Deity stands fine yet bold. Measuring in at just under 15 inches tall, this Muruga is sure to make an impactful presence no matter where you place him. Vel Muruga!

Unlike any other, this piece makes a great gift to enhance worship and spiritual unfoldment.


Ganesha Amethyst

Lord Ganesha is the God of good fortune and is the remover of obstacles, making our life's decisions flow smoothly and in the proper direction. These beautiful amethyst crystals display the jovial God with the beautiful storminess of amethyst. This is the perfect talisman for any home or to just to keep Ganesha with you wherever you go. As these are natural stone, size, color and patterns may vary. Approximately 1.25 inches tall. The weight of this size stone is 30-39 grams. Larger gram ranges are available for this type of stone, for more information you may contact
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Rudraksha Japa Mala (36 bead)


These are hand-made malas (prayer or mantra necklaces) of Kauai-grown rudraksha beads alternating with a semi-precious stone such as Quartz, Obsidian, Jade etc... These malas are made with 36 rudraksha seeds gathered from the heavily-rooted floor of Kauai's Hindu Monastery rudraksha tree grove during the late spring months of the tree's fruiting season. The seeds are gathered by monks or devotees of the monastery and carefully dried and cleaned in a three-stage process. The cleansed beads are spread out in the sun or strong light so our team of craft volunteers can select each 5-faced seed for its uniformity of size, shape and look. The beads are 5/8th's inches in diameter. This discrimination gives each prayer necklace a beautifully aesthetic look and feels balanced when wearing or holding it. The malas are strung by hand using high-strength nylon line--each rudraksha bead alternating with a semi-precious stone. A large colored tassle of cotton imbedded in a 37th rudraksha completes the mala's circle. The mala measures in length 16 inches from top to the final rudraksha seed. Each finished mala is placed near the three-foot tall crystal Siva Lingam in the monastery's Siva Nataraja temple to receive blessings. These malas will make extraordinary gifts for all occasions. Proceeds go toward the building of the San Marga Iraivan Temple.

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Hinduism Today Lifetime Subscription

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Keep up to date on the sacred events around the world with this special offer: a lifetime subscription to the world's leading Hindu magazine. Hinduism today is a tremendous source of information for the worlds oldest religion Sanatana Dharma, bringing fourth information, insight, and events from all sects of Hinduism. Now for 50% off the original price!

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