Golden Hamsa Tapestry White
Indian wall hanging with Hamsa, the Hand of Fatima in shiny gold color on a white background.
The basic color of this tapestry is actually not a color at all. White is the absence of all colors and at the same time it contains all colors. White has an encouraging, radiant effect and symbolizes freshness. White is the color of the peace flag and stands for peace in the world. The perfection of everything is symbolized in spirituality. White wall hangings make your room look brighter.
Gold symbolizes clarity, vitality and inspiration. The color is said to increase self-esteem and help with fear and insecurities. In esotericism, gold also symbolizes the highest point of spiritual development. No less is it owed to its value for exclusivity and wealth.
The middle of the tapestry is adorned with the Hamsa symbol – the hand symbol with the all-seeing eye in the palm of the hand.
Hamsa (Arabic “five”) is also called Fatimas Hand and is a cultural symbol that is supposed to ward off the jinn and the evil eye. The stylized representation of Hamsa is symmetrical, the thumb and little finger are the same size and point outwards.
The protective symbol is surrounded by a pattern of oriental elements. You can see flowers and geometric figures. Leaves and tendrils form the edge, which frame the holy hand.
Would you like to learn more about the meaning of Fatima’s hand?
Then you might be interested in our blog article about the origin and meaning of the hand of Fatima.
A white wall hanging makes your room shine. The light is reflected on the cloth and makes the surface appear brighter. In combination with the shiny gold color, this effect gains even more. The gold color used for the Karmandala tapestries shimmers like real gold, depending on the angle of incidence of the light.
Tapestries with only one basic color and golden painting create an exclusive focal point in every room. Whether living room, bedroom or kitchen, the golden Hamsa tapestry in white refines the room without showing off and bragging. On the contrary! The white base color has an encouraging and inviting effect.