The chamara or ceremonial fly-whisk is a royal symbol of great antiquity. Even when Krishna was present on this planet 5,000 years ago the yak-tail wisk (chamara) was used by Radharani and the Gopis to worship Krishna.
In India, the royal chamara is traditionally made from the white hair of the Tibetan yak, the chamara can also be referred to as "the yak-tail whisk." Chamara is one of the sacred puja items and symbolizes respect and offering of the air to the sacred deity.
The chamara is also used by Krishna's queens at Dwarka to worship him and throughout the ages the pujaris in the temples of Krishna and other demigods use the chamara, the yak-tail wisk, as an integral part of the arti service. "
This set is made out of 100% guaranteed natural Yak hair (Approx 200 gms).
Height till handle:12.5 inches
Weight of set: 650 gms