Wooden Ashoka pillar home decor gift item national emblem india, description, internal story: the great Ashoka pillar at, Sarnath in Varanasi, U.P. was erected by emperor Ashoka during his region. The, Ashoka pillar was officially adopted as the national emblem of India on 26, january 1950. It has four Asiatic lions standing back to back – symbolizing, power, courage, pride and confidence – mounted on a circular abacus. The, Ashoka pillar sends the message Satyameva Jayate (English: truth alone, triumphs). This is a quote from the Mundaka Upanishad of the hindu Vedas. This, Ashoka pillar carved in wood is thus a unique novelty item. It stands for the, values of power, courage, pride, confidence and truth. Place it on your work desk, or in your wall unit as a symbol of what you value most in life. Handcrafted by rural artist of India.
Fine Handcarved wooden “ASHOKA PILLAR”
Product Dimensions : 8 x 1.5 x 2 inch
Weight: 110 gms. | Color: Brown
Package Contents : 1 Wooden Ashoka Pillar
Handcrafted in India