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What is Hamsa Jewellery?

One of history's most recognizable symbols is the Hamsa Hand. Its earliest known use was in prehistoric Mesopotamia. The Hamsa has religious and cultural importance in most of the world.  People wore this energetic amulet as a talisman and believed it to stave off evil. There are numerous versions of the Hamsa symbol, but an eye enclosed in a hand is the most common. Distinct groups of people associate different meanings with the Hamsa. It is assumed to serve as a protective emblem that attracts luck, health, happiness, and good fortune while fending off evil and negative emotions is its universality. 

The Hamsa hand is an upright/down hand with three fingers joined in the middle and what appear to be two thumbs pointing in opposite directions. One of its most prominent characteristics and a significant component of the Hamsa emblem is the enormous eye on the palm. Several swirls and diagonal lines surround the eye symbol and the fingers. Each type of Hamsa has a significant meaning. The hand pointing upwards is a warning against evil. It is a symbol of protection since it is believed to keep out other people's negativity and protects you from your own, including ideas of enmity, hatred, and greed. The fingers stretched apart to oppose evil. If the hand is facing downwards, the Hamsa denotes abundance and goodness. It turns into a favourable invitation for great things to enter your life. The finger's interlocked position is a gesture of request for luck. Regardless of the type, Hamsa jewellery is something that wishes good and brings positivity.

Explore a wide range of Hamsa and Evil Eye bracelets from EK by Ektaa Kapoor

Bringing the finest collection of India to your home is EK’s goal. There is a strong sense of rootedness throughout the collections available at EK. Each item is designed to brighten your environment and honor the diverse Indian handicrafts.

And talking about our carefully crafted Hamsa Hand and Hamsa Eye jewellery, we hope to excite and revitalize your mind, body, and soul while bringing you good health, abundance, and warding off bad energy. 

The hamsa jewellery piece is an ancient ornament, and there is still a widespread belief in many cultures that if someone with negative ideas in their heart looks at you, their "evil eye" will bring about horrible things in your life. The iconic evil eye emblem is embedded into a simple bracelet in soothing colors. A bracelet with an evil eye is a priceless relic that, in its unique manner, provides healing and beauty. An evil eye bracelet helps to fend off negativity and restore harmony and balance in your surroundings. 

The Hamsa, regarded as the hand of God, represents the five chakras, which work in harmony with the five senses to clear the mind and body. EK's hamsa hand jewellery is designed to bestow the user with luck, power, and protection.

You can choose from various bracelets, some of which include numerous gold-plated evil eye charms, while others have beads, exquisite colors, and distinctive shapes.


Hamsa Jewellery is a Perfect Gift Option

It's your wife's, sister’s, or mother’s birthday, and you're still perplexed about what to get her? Then don't be worried since Hamsa jewellery makes the perfect present for any occasion. Health, wealth, happiness, and good fortune are all represented by the Hamsa in its broadest sense, making it a special gift for your loved ones. Hamsa jewellery makes a special gift, be it a birthday or anniversary. It demonstrates your genuine concern for the receiver by providing them with a trendy yet timeless piece of jewellery that matches any outfit and occasion. We got a hamsa hand pendant with an evil eye necklace and an evil eye bracelet. We also have a collection of evil eye pendantAll these spiritual Jewellery pieces are for you to give as a gift to yourself and your loved ones!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What does a hamsa symbolize?

An ancient Middle Eastern emblem with several culturally distinct connotations is the Hamsa. However, it is considered a protective talisman that bestows riches, health, and happiness in all major religions. The primary purpose of the Hamsa is to shield its possessor from the "Evil Eye" or "Ayin Hara."

Can anybody wear a hamsa?

Hamsa has such a sophisticated appearance that you could feel tempted to put it on immediately. It can be worn by anyone as long as you like its aesthetics! 

How does hamsa jewellery protect you?

It is believed by many that the eye symbol found on a few Hamsa hands is not the evil eye but rather a watchful eye that protects the wearer from the evil eye's destructive power. It functions as a kind of "anti-evil eye," thus, bringing good vibes and protecting the user from negative energy. There is no scientific proof for the same.

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