The Tripunda is a sacred mark worn by devotees of Bhagwan Shiva in Hinduism. The mark is usually made with sacred ash, also known as Vibhuti or Sandalwood paste and is applied to the forehead in a specific manner. The Tripunda consists of three horizontal lines, representing the three main paths of Hinduism – karma, bhakti, and jnana. Wearing the Tripunda is considered an important part of Shaivism and is believed to provide spiritual protection and blessings to the wearer. It serves as a constant reminder of one’s devotion to Bhagwan Shiva and his teachings, and the ultimate goal of liberation from the cycle of birth and death.
100% combed cotton with single jersey to make it wrinkle-free and smooth. Doesn’t let you feel hot!
180 gsm bio-washed material for a soft and silky fabric finish, along with superior colour brightness. Lasts up to 20 washes.
Stretch resistant precision prints with higher details and unlimited colors using Epson Ultrachrome DG inks.
WASH CARE INSTRUCTIONS
Do not wash and dry at high temperatures. High-temperature washes can fade and crack the print, and a high-temperature dryer settings can shrink the garment, as well as damage the print.
To prolong the life of prints, we suggest following the care instructions below:
Wash inside out with cold water with mild detergent and similar colors using a gentle cycle.
Tumble dry low, or hang-dry for longest life.
Do not bleach and do not dry clean. No fabric softeners.
If ironing is necessary, iron inside-out on the lowest setting. Do not iron printed area.
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