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Pendants (Hindu) RHP1204


Weight: 6.6 gm
Size: 3.4 cm/2.0 cm
The product you described appears to be a 22kt gold pendant featuring the image of Sheran wali ma with Minakari and Rhodium work in a temple-style setting, surrounded by cubic zirconia stones. The pendant also has the Om symbol on its base.
Sheran wali ma, also known as Maa Durga, is a Hindu goddess worshipped for her protective and nurturing nature. The pendant is likely to feature an intricate image of the goddess with Minakari work, which is a traditional enameling technique using colorful enamel to create intricate designs. The Rhodium work may provide a shiny and polished finish to the pendant.
The cubic zirconia stones surrounding the image of the goddess are likely to add an element of sparkle and shine to the pendant. The use of cubic zirconia is a popular alternative to diamonds, as it closely resembles the look of a diamond but at a more affordable price.
The Om symbol on the base of the pendant is a sacred sound and spiritual icon in Hinduism. It is believed to represent the essence of the universe and the ultimate reality.