Embellish your interiors with this elegant and phenomenal Rangoli/ dot hanging/ wall hanging of Shubh Labh. This is beautifully designed, perfectly finished and that makes your wall look religious while keeping positive vibes. It’s a must for your pooja room, party and festive decorations like Ganesh Puja, Dussehra Diwali. Decorate your auspicious pooja room and will look absolutely stunning at your house during functions. . In Hindu mythology, Lord Shiva and Parvati have a son named Ganesha, who has wives Riddhi and Siddhi have two sons Shubh and Labh. Shubh means auspiciousness and Labh means profit. Goddess Lakshmi is regarded as the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. Rangoli and alpana making are a popular tradition followed during many festivals. An interesting tradition related to Lakshmi Puja is that of drawing the footprints of Goddess Lakshmi on the thresholds of the houses. These footprints are also known as the Shripada. These footprints are drawn pointing inwards symbolising Lakshmi entering the home and staying there Drawing the Shripada or footprints of Lakshmi symbolises Goddess Lakshmi entering the house. It is one reason why the doors of the house are left open on the day of Lakshmi Puja so that the Goddess can enter without hindrance. It is believed that if these auspicious footprints are drawn at twilight then Goddess Lakshmi blesses the household with huge wealth and wisdom.Exquisitely handcrafted. It is also a perfect gifting option for your colleagues, loved ones and family members. And let them remember your love and feelings whenever they look at it.