Incense Stick Stand
Our Incense Stick Stand is Inspired by Shell. When we talk about the shell, then in our mind, a statue of Lord Vishnu is formed, which is united in one hand and chakra on the other hand. The conch has always been considered a sacred worship material in our religion and we have been using it for thousands of years.
Whenever we talk about Sankh, we remember a story in our mind, that story which we used to listen in childhood.
In Dandelion Land, a young snail can’t stop asking his friends’ awkward questions, such as: why are we so slow – and why can’t we all have our own names? When he is finally banished from the snail community because of this, he is forced to travel the world alone.
As he explores in his oh-so-slow way, the snail makes new friends and goes on a series of adventures, gaining wisdom from every new encounter. But when he finds out his friends are in danger, he decides to rush home to warn them. Will he get there in time to save them?
Luis Sepúlveda’s bestselling The Story of a Snail Who Discovered the Importance of Being Slow is a wonderful ode to diversity and unity, celebrating the importance of being slow in a world obsessed with speed.