Also known as Kesar Gopichandan or Orange Gopi Chandan or Kesar Gopi Chandan Tika or Kesar Gopi Chandan Tilak.
The Kesar Gopichandan Tilak Stick is a traditional Hindu Puja accessory used to consecrate the forehead of worshippers. As one of the sixteen adornments for Lord Shiva, it represents prosperity and purity. The stick derives its name from two key ingredients – ‘kesar’ (saffron) and Gopichandana (a type of clay). A paste made from these two ingredients is applied as a tilak mark on the forehead during Indian pujas, signifying divinity and auspiciousness.
Orange Gopi Chandan Puja tilak has been used since ancient times, with saffron symbolizing spiritual knowledge while the clay represents material wealth. It also signifies the union between a man and God, showcasing devotion to Lord Shiva. Furthermore, this tilak stick reinforces that spiritual enlightenment can only be achieved by combining physical and spiritual wealth.
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