Drishti Thalai - 11 Inch | Giri Golu Doll/ Clay/ Evil Eye Doll/ Navratri Bommai/ Gifts/ Showpiece

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Sku : 699510

Height : 11 Inch

Depth : 5.5 Inch

Width : 7 Inch

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"•The Hindu notion of ""Dristi"" or ""Drishti"" is connected to the idea of the evil eye and the requirement for defense against its harmful effects.
•The word ""dristi"" describes a hostile stare or the casting of an unfavorable or jealous glance at another individual or thing.
•Different rituals and activities are used in different parts of India to fend off the evil eye or protect against its impact. One such custom is the utilization of a ""Dristi head"" or ""Nazar battu.""
•It is a tiny, ornamental item, frequently made of metal or another substance, fashioned like an eye or a circular disc with concentric rings.
•The Dristi head is frequently used in homes, especially in regions where the evil eye concept is widespread.
•To act as a protective screen against the powers of the evil eye, it is hung near entrances, placed on cars, or incorporated into jewelry and accessories.
•The goal is to draw in and absorb any bad energy coming via the gaze, stopping it from hurting people or things.
•Though founded in superstition and cultural customs, the evil eye and the use of Dristi heads are significant to many individuals who adhere to these traditions.
•The Dristi head is worn as a talisman or amulet to ward off ostensibly harmful forces and foster feelings of safety and well-being.It's crucial to remember that the idea of the evil eye and the attendant beliefs are not embraced by everyone or backed by scientific data.
•Different tribes and individuals within Hinduism have different perspectives on the evil eye and how to employ protective items like Dristi caps."