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Plant a Tree

Arasia invites you to participate in the 1€ = 1 tree operation, which was launched in 2010. You can plant a tree, or several, in partnership with Arasia and the environmental protection associations that we select. Currently, in partnership with Planète Urgence, we are planting trees in Peru (Amazonia), and Indonesia. 2080 trees have already been planted by Arasia and its customers since 2010, an average of 160 trees per year. The projects we select raise local populations' awareness of tree and forest issues, and the population becomes an actor in its own development, in harmony with nature.

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These Thai pants in fine cotton are light and ideal for hot countries or in the summer season. It is one size and unisex. It's loose, flexible, and very comfortable. It is perfect for holidays, staying at home, or doing various activities where you want to be comfortable, such as crafts, yoga or meditation.

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Fisherman Pants

Thai pants are an essential item of clothing in the wellness world, yoga classes, martial arts, massage parlors, spas... They are one size, unisex, casual, original and comfortable. These thick cotton Thai pants are of very good quality. Its wide cut adapts to your waistline with a set of folds. There is a pocket on one side.

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This magnificent bronze wall hanging measures 18 cm in diameter and weighs 0.8 kg. It represents the sun, with a face and, on its forehead, the Trishula, the trident of Shiva. This beautiful decorative object is handcrafted in India. It has a notch allowing it to be hung on a nail on the wall. On a symbolic level, the sun is associated with positive ideas such as life, light, power and knowledge.


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Bronze Sun Wall Hanger

1/Symbolism of the Sun

The sun is a powerful symbol in many cultures and traditions around the world. Below are its most common meanings and interpretations:

Light and heat: The sun is the source of light and heat on our planet, making it a symbol of life, vitality and the source of all energy.

Renewal and rebirth: The daily cycle of sunrise and sunset symbolizes renewal and rebirth. The sun that rises each morning represents opportunity and a new beginning.

Power and authority: In many ancient cultures, the sun was associated with deities and sun gods were considered figures of power and authority.

Balance and Duality: The sun is often associated with duality, as it symbolizes both light and dark, day and night. This may represent the balance between opposing forces.

Knowledge and Enlightenment: The sun is also a symbol of knowledge and enlightenment. In many cultures it is associated with the idea that the light of understanding dispels the darkness of ignorance.

Fertility and growth: As a source of heat and light, the sun is often linked to the fertility and growth of plants, making it a symbol of fertility.

Cultural symbol: In many cultures, the sun has been worshiped as a deity or celestial being, and its representations vary from culture to culture. For example, the sun god Ra in Egyptian mythology or the sun god Helios in Greek mythology.

Astronomical significance: The sun is the star of our solar system and its movement plays a key role in navigation and timekeeping.

Symbol of warmth: The sun can also symbolize warmth, kindness, and generosity, especially when used metaphorically to describe a person's character.

2/Symbolism of Shiva's trident

The Shiva trident, also called "Trishula" in Sanskrit, is an iconic weapon associated with the Hindu deity Shiva. This trident has a great symbolic meaning in Hinduism:

Power of Destruction: Represents the ability to destroy illusions, ignorance and negative aspects of existence to allow regeneration and spiritual growth.

Divine Trinity: The trident has three points, symbolizing the Hindu trinity called Trimurti. The three dots represent the three main deities of Hinduism: Brahma (the creator), Vishnu (the preserver) and Shiva (the destroyer).

Control over time: The trident is also associated with Shiva's control over time, as he is considered the master of the cycle of creation, preservation and destruction in the universe.

Balance: The Trishula also symbolizes balance between opposing forces. It represents the need to maintain a balance between the contradictory aspects of life, such as creation and destruction, light and darkness.

Spiritual Protection: The trident is a weapon that can destroy obstacles on the path to spiritual realization.

Kundalini: Some interpretations of Shiva's trident see it as a representation of the rise of spiritual energy called Kundalini through the three main energy channels (the nadis) in the human body.

In Hinduism, Lord Shiva is not only the destroyer but also the Lord of meditation, knowledge and spiritual transformation. Thus, Shiva's trident symbolizes the duality of him as destroyer and creator, and is revered for its ability to lead souls towards spiritual realization.

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