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प्रज्ञा Pragya

Pragya is used to refer to the highest and purest form of wisdom, intelligence and understanding. The sense of insight, transcendent knowledge and in some contexts, Pragya can also refer to cognition or intellectual understanding.


A man is but a product of his thoughts.
- Mahatma Gandhi

  • Violet Fragrance. Violet flowers have a soft, tender aura, a bit similar to iris, and smell powdery and romantic. Aroma compounds present in violets range from a scent that is soft, sweet, candy like, to a woody floral tonality

  • Forget me not flower is garnished on the candle to represent friendship, loving embrace, and royalty. While traditionally this flower represents remembrance, they also carry several other meanings including devotion and clarity.

  • Amethyst chips are deliberately placed onto the candle to stimulate creativity while relaxing the mind  to gain clarity, focus and boost awareness.

प्रज्ञा Pragya: Intention Candle

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