The scared bull "Nandi" is the vehicle and gatekeeper of the Hindu deity Lord Shiva and it is often enshrined in the form of a statue at Hindu Shiva temples. In Sanskrit, Nandi means “happy and joyous”.
Nandi is a deity conferred with many powers. He is the protector of Dharma and the chief of the team of Ganas, or attendants of the gods. Nandi is also considered the granter of boons.
Nandi symbolizes purity as well as justice, faith, wisdom, virility, and honour.
This beautiful photo frame has been named after Nandi. It has a grey and white inlay design created from ethically sourced bone and wood painted using non-toxic dyes. This handcrafted frame is thoughtfully designed for the stylish display of a 4" x 6" print or photo.
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- Recycled wood and ethically sourced bone
- Hand made by expert artisans
- Nature-inspired colour, representing earthy hues from the outdoors
- Fair Trade
- Made in India
- Frame size: Approx. Height = 210 mm, Approx. Width = 165 mm
- Fits 6" x 4" photograph
- Due to the nature of hand-made products, kindly expect slight imperfections. This is not a defect and "Nandi Photo Frame - Grey, White and Brown 4" x 6" is non-refundable due to this reason.
- Dimensions are approximate since this item is handmade.