That’s how I felt when learned about The Tulsi Project, a collection of gorgeous hand crafted jewelry steeped in Indian spirituality. However, The Tulsi Project couldn’t stay my little secret, especially since one of the brand’s favorite mantras is may all beings in the world be happy — and I have no doubt their jewelry will make you very, very happy.
You know what else makes people happy? Giveaways!
The gold Nandi necklace is the latest addition to my jewelry box (thank you, The Tulsi Project!) and easily my new favorite necklace. The curved pendant accented with a tiny blue sapphire hangs from an 18″ chain, the perfect length to wear with crew neck and boat neck shirts.
It’s not a dainty piece, which I also appreciate. The necklace has a little bit of substance to it, though not as much, say, a medallion. Or Flava Flav’s clock.
On looks alone, the necklace is a winner. But it also has beautiful symbolism; Nandi, the sacred bull, is associated with the Hindu deity, Shiva.
The Tulsi Project explains that Nandi “represents the mind of the yogi fully dedicated to the Divine.” Truthfully, that’s a bit over my head. So I did some research on Hinduism and learned that Nandi, symbolized as a bull, represents strength, faith, and constancy in belief. And the name “Nandi” means joyful or happy.
I like that.
I also like that The Tulsi Project uses 100% recycled metals and donates 50% of their net profits to charities dedicated to caring for those around the world in need.
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