Low-seater meditation chair with carved back-rest designed in Chettinad heritage style with Burma saal wood and silk-covered upholstery. The old-age grandeur with the latest durable build are the trademark highlights of our heritage furniture. The carved features, the fine-finish and the robustness make this unique chair a worthy piece of furniture for your home.
Madhurya is an Art Of Living project with a vision to patronize the native artisans to revive the fading traditional art forms and skill sets from ancient India.The proceeds of Madhurya’s sale support the education of the rural and under-privileged children through Art of Living’s Gift-a-smile program which has 421 free schools with 43,572 students across India.
*Also available in Burma Saal Wood, Rose Wood, Country Wood and Sheesham Wood.
Beautiful hand carved Sofa Set made of seasoned Burma Saal wood It is inspired by South Indian Architecture. The popular Chettinad Style Carvings can be seen in Ancient Palaces & Houses of olden times. There are pillars on the side handles and back. Made with patience & Details this Sofa can make any corner look like a reminiscent of an era gone by.
Vastu Shastra Tips
1. The Mediation chair should be in the North-East, East or North
Scientific Reason – Early at dawn, the Sun is in the North-Eastern part of the house. These hours are ideal for Yoga, Meditation, Prayer or Study as it is very quiet and peaceful. Also, the early morning Sun’s rays have a very beneficial effect on our health. Therefore, the North-East corner is the best position.
2. Neem wood is very effective which removes the disease from our body.
3. Mango & Saal wood can also be used for making meditation chair.