Indian artisans hand-block print chattra meditation zabutons in divine mix-and-match prints inspired by the architecture of India's historical palaces, forts and temples, traditional textiles, and spiritual practices. Crafted in ethical workshops in India using traditional techniques.
chattra Black Bandhani Zabuton provides comfortable leg and knee support during meditation and pranayama practice; can also be used for padding and gentle support in shoulder stand and other yoga asanas.
The delicate, complicated pattern of the cover print is inspired by the dots and circles of Bandhani tie and dye textiles. Bandhani comes from the Hindi word bandhan, meaning tying up, and is used in the turbans, saris and skirts of Rajasthan and Gujurat.
In deep black with illuminating orange detail; adorned with a colorful mirror tassel like those seen on the camels of Rajasthan's great Thar desert.
Divine in any home practice or studio interior.
Details: 100 percent cotton cover and liner made in India; filled with US cotton batting. 28” x 28” x 3”. Zipper close, integrated handle, 6 pounds. Assembled in the United States.
Care: Outer cover, machine wash cold and line dry. Inner liner cover, spot clean.
About: chattra’s richly-colored, hand-block-printed yoga and mediation props and bags celebrate India's architecture, design, and spiritual heritage. Sanskrit for parasol, chattra symbolizes dignity and protection. In Buddhism, a chattra tops stupa monuments and often represents the Buddha. The playful and profound elephant-headed Hindu deity Ganesha, remover of obstacles and Lord of Beginnings, often carries a chattra. Lovely meanings to enhance yoga and mediation practice.
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