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BHOJPATRA WRITING KIT

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Bhojpatra kit, Buy Bhoja patra writing kit online from India. Vedic talismans (yantras) are written on a special bark called as Bhojapatra.

Red sandal powder: 25grams
Ashtagandha powder: 25grams
Bhojpatra Sheets: 2 ( 5 inches x 5 inches)

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Bhojpatra kit, Buy Bhoja patra writing kit online from India. Vedic talismans (yantras) are written on a special bark called as Bhojapatra.

Red sandal powder: 25grams
Ashtagandha powder: 25grams
Bhojpatra Sheets: 2 ( 5 inches x 5 inches)

Contents of the pack: Writing stick made of wood, Red sandal powder, Ashtagandha Kasturi powder and Herb granules.Bhojpatra Sheets

The two powders and the granules are mixed together with small amount of water for making ink which can then be used to write on the Bhojapatra sheets.
Red sandal powder:25grams
Ashtagandha powder:25grams
Bhojpatra Sheets: 2( 5inches x 5inches)

Vedic talismans (yantras) are written on a special bark called as Bhojapatra. The bark of betula utilis is used for writing sacred mantras, which are placed in an amulet and worn around the neck OR kept in puja altars, for protection and blessing. This practice is mentioned in the Lakshmi Tantra, a Pancaratra text. According to the legend, the bark was also used as clothing by attendants of Lord Shiva.

The bark of Himalayan birch was used centuries ago in India as paper for writing lengthy scriptures and texts in Sanskrit and other scripts, particularly in historical Kashmir. Its use as paper for books is mentioned by early Sanskrit writers Kalidasa , Sushruta, and Varahamihira. In the late 19th century, Kashmiri pandits reported all of their books were written on Himalayan birch bark until Akbar introduced paper in the 16th century. The Sanskrit word for the tree is bhurja—sharing a similarity with other Indo-European words that provide the origin for the common name "birch".

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