Four packs of 5 red Srichurnam (Tiruman) sticks - worn as Tilak, this is sacred to Sri Maha Vishnu.
Srichurnam, also known as Namam or Tiruman, is a sacred paste applied by followers of the Sri Vaishnava tradition. It is made of a selection of ingredients, including Karpuram (camphor) Kesar (saffron), Chandan (sandalwood), Manjal (turmeric), Tulsi (basil), rice, and flowers. The Tiruman is a divine symbol of Sri Maha Vishnu, the preserver of the universe. Each of the ingredients used to make the Srichurnam is considered auspicious. Karpuram, or Camphor, has a fragrant aroma beloved by the lord. He is also exceedingly fond of the Tulsi plant, and Chandan is believed to represent him. Kesar (Saffron) and Manjal (turmeric) are known for their various physical and spiritual health benefits. This Srichurnam is made using the finest selection of ingredients, ensuring high quality. Buy this Srichurnam from Giri UK.