Year of Establishment: 1986
IndiaMART Member Since: 2011
A leading manufacturer and supplier of a wide range of Mukut, Krishna Shringar has a long running reputation of designing exquisitely crafted pieces. We manufacture Mukut which can weigh anywhere between 5 gm to 1 kg. What makes them unique and eye-catching is the superior level of craftsmanship. Our team of skilled craftsmen, who hail from states like Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Rajasthan, innovatively use Resham threads and Zari thread to work out unique and elegant handwork. Colourful stones and beads are used to adorn these Mukuts and to add to them a heightened level of elegance. These Mukuts for Hindu deities can be prepared from simply any kind of fabric. However, the extent and density of handwork can be done as per individual requirements and preferences.
Nav Ratan Mala
Gems have been identified to have a unique place in astrology. Known to bolster the positive influences of planets, gems are in actuality crystalline minerals or petrified materials. Each gem represents a specific planet and intensifies the rays of their respective planets. Right from the ancient period, people have recognized the potential of gems and gemstones. Gemstone crystals possess the power to bring good luck and repel evil spirits. Powerful energies are emanated from these gemstones and therefore they can really influence the movements and the effects of planets in the constructive way. It is due to their supernatural powers that people like to use them to keep themselves away from ailments, misfortune and danger.
These sacred stones represent the abstract for of Lord Vishnu. Like like the 'lingam' which is used by the followers of Lord Shiva, Shaligram STONE are used by Hindu Vaishnavas, followers of Lord Vishnu. These sacred 'shilas' or Shaligram stones are kept in the puja altars for daily worship. According to Hindu tradition, worshipping the Shaligram brings good health and prosperity and leads to spiritual liberation. Shaligrams are originally the fossils of the common ammonite which existed millions of years ago during the formation of the Himalayan mountain ranges.
The term 'Sri Yantra' is a combination of two words: 'Sri' meaning great and 'Yantra' meaning object. According to the Tantric tradition, Sri Yantra refers to a class of devices used in meditation. Nine intertwined isosceles triangles comprise the diagram of this meditation device. Out of these nine triangles, four are pointing upwards representing Sakti (Hindu deity which symbolizes dynamic energy) and Siva (Hindu deity which represents static wisdom). The arrangement of these triangle is done in such a way that they further give rise to 43 subsidiary triangles. A big dot is visible at the centre of the smallest of these subsidiary triangles. This is termed as 'bindu'. Each of the smaller triangles stands for the abode of a Hindu god. At times, even the names of the Hindu deities are mentioned in their respective triangles or places.
overty-stricken, Rudraksha Mala (necklace) is used by people of almost all backgrounds. Not only that, even people of numerous communities and religions wears the Mala to avail the personal and professional benefits and to negate the evil planetary effects. Obtained from the Rudraksha tree (scientifically known as Elaecarpus ganitrus Roxb), the Rudraksha bead symbolizes the eye of Lord Shiva and therefore has high mythological significance. The Rudraksha Mala is made by putting together a total of 108 beads, identified with the number of mukhis (facets) they have. The number of facets on a Rudraksha bead may vary from 1 to 21. However the most common one is the Panch-Mukhi Rudraksha (Rudraksha with 5 facets). The wearer of the keeper of the Rudraksha Mala has to abide by some specific rules. How to use and care for the Mala can make all the difference. Wearing a Rudraksha Mala leads to worldly comforts, spiritual fulfillment, clarity of purpose, removal of past sins, increase in energy and power, good health and prosperity in the family. It also relives women from many serious ailments.
Kardhani Or Kamarband Or Belt
Shri Krishna Shringar Emporium manufactures and supplies a wide range of exquisitely handcrafted Kardhani for Hindu deities. Our group of highly skilled craftsmen displays their innovativeness in designing Kardhani or Kamarband like they do in making and crafting other items of Shringar available with us. Superior quality Resham threads are used to attach a variety of colourful stones in the Kardhani. Special 'karigars' from the state of Uttar Pradesh show their expertise as they create Zardozi work on these items of Shringar. With the use of genuine and high quality stones, pearls and American diamons, the Kardhanis give an elegant look to statues and murtis of all sizes.
Nath (Nosering Or Nosepin)
A Nath or a nosering has the potential to add an elegant touch to the overall appearance of statues and murtis of gods and goddesses. Being a specialist in the manufacture and supply of numerous Shringar items, we also supply elegantly crafted Nath or Nosering for Hindu deities. Whatever size of Nath you are looking for, you can get your orders fulfilled at Krishna Shringar, a leading manufacturer and supplier of Shringar items for the decoration of gods and goddesses. Besides that, we also manufacture and supply a wide range of marble and metal murtis to be kept at temples, homes and workplaces.
This special Shringar item is used to add an elegant touch to the Mukut of Hindu deities. Though Tej Kiran come along decorated with a Mukut, you can also order them separately as per your individual requirements. One unique feature of the Tej Kiran is that it features extensive and delicate Zardozi work. Exclusive Zardozi work is done using fine quality silver and gold threads. Practised with much dedication in the city of Varanasi, Zardozi work is popular all across the globe. Our team of well versed craftsmen and Karigars work day in and day out to provide you with a quality you can always appreciate. The size of a Tej Kiran depends on the type of Mukut you want them for. However, the price of Tej Kiran will always vary according to the amount of handwork and adornments used to decorate them.
Tilak Or Bindi
Krishna Shringar is a leading manufacturer and wholesaler of Tilak (for male deities) and Bindis (for female deities). To create exquisite Tilaks and Bindis, we make use of gold plated metal. On these plated metals, our craftsmen innovatively create delicate and elegant handwork. Like other Shringar items manufactured by us, Tilaks and Bindis are also feature superior quality and high level of craftsmanship. Meant to adorn the foreheads of deities, these Tilaks and Bindis come in different designs and sizes. Whatever quality and size of Bindis and Tilaks you are looking for, you can always order your requirement for these Shringar items with us.
As a Shringar item, Trishuls (a kind of traditional trident in India) are meant to decorate the statues and murtis of Shankarji and goddess Durga. The size of a Trishul may vary according to the demand and requirement. Usually, the Shringar item can measure anything between 5 to 8 inches. At Krishna Shringar, we provide you with elegantly embellished Trishul to adorn gods and goddesses. For making Trishuls, we use gold plated metal on which delicate 'meena' work is done to make them appear exquisitely beautiful. High quality and well crafted Trishuls have always been in demand by our clients and customers. Krishna Shringar has been manufacturing and supplying these elegantly crafted Trishuls all across the country as well as outside.
Broadly speaking gemstones and beads can be categorized into precious and semi precious stones. Though gemstones have long been used for numerous purposes, even today there is no universally recognized grading system to differentiate between qualities of gems (with the only exception being colourless gems). It is the 4 Cs (colour, cut, clarity and carat) which are used to judge the value of gems and beads of various qualities, shapes and sizes. The purity and beauty of a gem is the primary determining factor while judging the quality of gemstones. Mostly cut and polished from different minerals, gemstones are also procured from some rocks and organic materials. Gems normally come in two shapes - 'cabochons' (smooth and dome shaped) and 'faceted' (having facets at exact angles). Some very popular gemstones include diamond, ruby, sapphire and emerald. Semi precious stones, however, come in numerous colours, shapes and sizes and can be used according to the requirement.
Murtis made of Marble have almost become synonymous with Krisha Shringar. Made of white Italian marble, these Marble Murtis are aesthetically carved and sculpted by our expert craftsmen. Krishna Shringar has been supplying these exquisite Marble Murtis in different states of India as well as outside. To enhance the overall appearance of these Marble statues and Murtis, we also apply elegant painting work on them. These Murtis of gods and goddesses come in different sizes, ranging from 4 inches to 9 inches long. In terms of gracefulness and elegance, Murtis manufactured by us are appreciated across the length and breadth of the country.
Krishna Shringar manufactures and supplies a range of exquisitely carved and crafted metal statues and Murtis of gods and goddesses. Metal Murtis of Lord Ganesha, goddess Durga, Lord Shiva, Hanumanji, Radha Krishna, Lord Vishnu and goddess Lakshmi among others can be easily ordered at Krishna Shringar. These metal Murtis are either made up of brass or Ashtdhatu, which is combination of eight metals including gold, silver, copper, zinc, lead, tin, iron and mercury. The aesthetically designed statues of Hindu gods and goddesses are available in oxidized copper and oxidized silver colour.
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