Back in stock! Our XXL patchwork meditation floor cushions are colorful and comfortable in an amazing large size! Handcrafted in India from vintage and antique textiles and clothing fabrics. These large size floor cushions feature vintage and antique patches and a hand embroidered neckline patch from a dress or tunic in the center. Each piece is one of a kind.
Includes firm cotton filling, fully stuffed. 38”Wide X 8”High
Each cushion is one of a kind. You will receive this color cushion, variations may occur.
New pouf design! Just arrived! Stunning embroidered silk on heavy hand loom cotton. Includes firm organic cotton filling, fully stuffed. 22”wide x 12”high
Wonderful mandala patterns with earthy Banjara tribal designs, handmade in N. India. Great for decorating! Stylish designs for your meditation room or living room. Can be used as a taller meditation cushion, extra floor seating or ottoman pouf in your home.
Embroidered Meditation Cushion
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Cotton embroidered meditation cushion, fully stuffed. Handmade in North India. Use as a floor meditation cushion or a decorative cushion anywhere. 14” wide
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The Indian goddess Kali embodies the power of creation and destruction in one entity. She transcends good and evil. Kali is Mother Nature, primordial, nurturing, creating, and devouring all at once, always protecting her children from harm. As the goddess, Kali Ma, Kali, goddess of death, is terrifying and amazing. 7.5”High. Cold casted bronze.
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Hanuman statue, 7.5”T x 4.5”W. Cold casted brass and stone resin, finely carved and beautifully hand painted with exquisite detail! is the Hindu monkey god and commander of a monkey army. He is known for his power, courage and selfless service. Also called Bajrangbali or Mahavira, this deity is a deeply devoted follower of Rama, an avatar of Vishnu.
Hanuman's name originates from the Sanskrit hanu, meaning “jaw,” and man, meaning “prominent” or “disfigured.” Legend claims he received his name in childhood when Indra, the king of the gods, struck him in the jaw for attempting to leap up and grab the sun.
Hanuman also lends his name to an advanced seated yoga asana called hanumanasana.