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Kumkum Powder

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Minimum Order Quantity80 Dozen
ColorRed
Packaging TypeJar
FormPowder
Usage/ApplicationReligious
Set Of12 jar

Kumkum, also known as kumkuma or sindoor, is a powder that is traditionally used in Hindu religious rituals and in traditional Indian makeup. It is made from a combination of turmeric and slaked lime, which gives it a distinctive red-orange color. Kumkum is often applied to the forehead, as a bindi or tilak, as a symbol of marriage, and for religious or cultural purposes. In addition to its use in rituals, kumkum has also been used in traditional medicine for its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Some people use it as a natural remedy for skin conditions such as acne and eczema. While kumkum is generally considered safe for external use, it should not be ingested or used in excessive amounts. It is important to purchase kumkum from a trusted source and to avoid using products that contain harmful additives or chemicals.

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    Special Herbal Kumkum Roli

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    Minimum Order Quantity80 Dozen
    ColorRed
    Packaging TypeJAR
    FormPowder
    Usage/ApplicationReligious
    Set Of12 jar

    Roli, also known as kumkum, is a red-colored powder that is widely used in Hindu religious ceremonies and rituals. It is made by grinding turmeric and other natural ingredients, and is often mixed with sandalwood paste or other items to create a fragrant and colorful paste. Roli is considered to be a sacred substance, and is used to mark the forehead or other body parts as a sign of blessings or auspiciousness. The red color of roli is believed to represent the creative energy of the divine feminine, and is often used to symbolize devotion, purity, and good fortune. Roli is also used in various Hindu festivals and ceremonies, such as weddings, and is often offered to deities as a sign of respect and devotion. The use of roli is an important aspect of Hindu culture and is believed to have spiritual significance in enhancing one's connection with the divine.

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    PUJA Roli Box

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    Minimum Order Quantity54 Dozen
    Usage/ApplicationPooja
    Product TypePOWDER
    BrandPRABHU KI ASTHA
    Size20 GRAM BOX

    Roli, also known as kumkum, is a red-colored powder that is widely used in Hindu religious ceremonies and rituals. It is made by grinding turmeric and other natural ingredients, and is often mixed with sandalwood paste or other items to create a fragrant and colorful paste. Roli is considered to be a sacred substance, and is used to mark the forehead or other body parts as a sign of blessings or auspiciousness. The red color of roli is believed to represent the creative energy of the divine feminine, and is often used to symbolize devotion, purity, and good fortune. Roli is also used in various Hindu festivals and ceremonies, such as weddings, and is often offered to deities as a sign of respect and devotion. The use of roli is an important aspect of Hindu culture and is believed to have spiritual significance in enhancing one's connection with the divine.

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  • Delivery Time: 2DAYS
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    BENGALI SINDOOR BOX

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    Minimum Order Quantity54 Dozen
    ColorMaroon
    Packaging Size20GM BOX
    BrandPRABHU KI ASTHA
    Packaging TypeBOX
    Weight20 GM
    Country of OriginMade in India

    Bengali Sindur, also known as vermilion or sindoor, is a red-orange colored powder that is traditionally used by married women in Bengal as a symbol of their marital status. It is made by mixing turmeric and lime with mercury, which gives it its distinctive red-orange color. The sindur is applied by women on their hair parting and on the forehead, as a sign of their marriage and commitment to their spouse. The practice of applying sindur is considered to be auspicious and has deep cultural and religious significance in Bengali society. The sindur is also used in various religious rituals and ceremonies, and is often offered to deities as a symbol of devotion. However, it is important to note that due to the presence of mercury in traditional sindur, it can be harmful to health if ingested or applied in large amounts. As a result, many modern versions of sindur are now made without mercury, to ensure the safety of users.


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