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Nagkanya Design Door Limited price Knob 7 discount inches Serpent Pulls St Angel

Nagkanya Design Door Knob, 7 inches Door Pulls, Serpent Angel St

$43

Nagkanya Design Door Knob, 7 inches Door Pulls, Serpent Angel St

Handmade in Nepal

Material: Brass

Length: Approx. 7quot;
Width: Approx. 2quot;



This brass made door handle in shape of Serpent Angel design are second to none !!
Naga Kanya—also known as Nag Kanya or Naag Kanya—snake of the rainbow, daughter of the serpent, guardian of treasures, benevolent goddess of the three realms.

In Hindu mythology, Nagas are serpentine spirits who reside in the underworld, protecting and offering the teachings of the Mother Goddess. They are said to guard all esoteric and mystical teachings, offering them only to those who come humbly to receive. In turn, they offer protection and gifts to the seeker.
Amongst these snake guardian elementals, Naga Kanya is Queen. She stands out as a well-loved spiritual ally in the Eastern traditions of India, Nepal, and parts of China. Naga Kanya is most often depicted as a woman with the lower body of a serpent, the torso of a human female, and bird wings, with hooded cobras presiding up above her crown and a conch shell in her hands. Some stories and images depict her with 5 cobras, others with 7 or 9. The number of snakes above Naga Kanya’s crown indicates one who has accessed a very high level of initiation; a fully activated Kundalini energy.
In some mythological traditions, Naga Kanya is a singular goddess. But in others, “Naga Kanya” are a full tribe of serpent faerie beings. Most stories connect Naga Kanya with Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of good fortune and abundance. Naga Kanya is also said to be a companion or ally of Vishnu—unlike the other nagas, who fear being eaten by Garuda, Vishnu’s mythical bird mount. In the Buddhist traditions, Naga Kanya is regarded as a Tantric goddess and protector of Dharma.
Among devotees, Naga Kanya is said to bring enormous blessings–everything from prosperity, rain, friendship, romance, spiritual growth enlightenment, good opportunities, generosity, protection, wisdom, and support. Their power is so great that no temple can house them—instead, they roam freely across the earth, giving their blessings wherever a humble home offering pleases them.

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Nagkanya Design Door Knob, 7 inches Door Pulls, Serpent Angel St

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