Charcoal Darpan Pranayama Bolster's print is named for the amazing, light-reflecting hall of mirrors at Amber Fort in Jaipur. In Indian culture a darpan, a mirror, signifies reflection and faithful depiction.
Hand-block printed in a lovely, rich charcoal grey. Finished with illuminating orange piping and a colorful tassel like those seen on the camels of Rajasthan’s great Thar Desert. Divine in any home practice or studio interior.
Place a chattra pranayama bolster along your spine for support and expansion during deep breath practice. Also provides support to reduce strain and enhance relaxation during restorative yoga poses. Aids in deepening poses, and offers assistance when practicing while pregnant and when learning asanas.
100% cotton cover hand-crafted in India; integrated handle; lined with 100% cotton liner; hand-packed in the USA with US-grown clean cotton.
The artisan's hand work is revealed in each chattra textile, including print density and block alignment; imperfections are characteristic and add to the charm of this traditional technique. Read more about Rajasthan block print methods, and learn about the meaning of orange in Hindu, Buddhist and Sikh faiths.
chattra bolsters are hand finished on order and ship within 48 hours of order receipt via UPS ground.
Pranayama bolster details & care
- 31”L x 9”W x 5.5"H
- 3 pounds
- 100% hand-block printed cotton cover
- 100% cotton liner
- covers & tassel hand-made in India
- USA-grown cotton fill
- cover and liner zip closure
- outer cover machine wash cold, line dry
- inner cover spot clean
- assembled in USA