In the present context, spirituality is the one which can save our world from the unscrupulous practices like theft, hatred, corruption, terrorism and so. Actually, what we want is a proper equilibrium between technology and spirituality. As Swami Vivekananda had very well said, “What the world wants is the Indian Vedanta combined with the Western Science”. It is not easy for a lay man to understand the Vedanta and act upon its teachings. For the common man, religious products are the best medium to develop in him an interest for spirituality; So that he can get at least some relief from his hectic and stressful routine.
Today, a multitude of Indian religious products are available in the market. They are actually not mere products, but are the symbols of the Indian heritage and culture. These products are not only general commodities of use, but they have a scientific basis behind their invention. As these religious products were ought to be invented by the Hindu maharishis after deep research, for the wellbeing of the mankind. The present products are only the contemporary embodiments of those ancient counterparts of theirs.
Some of the common types of religious products which are being widely used and demanded these days not only in India but abroad include rudraksha, rosary beads, lucky charms, religious idols, shankhas, shree yantra, holy powders and pastes and other religious accessories. A proper combination of these items has the capability of creating a congenial and peaceful environment at your living place. Certainly, it is not erroneous to say, that these products are not only the manifestation of spirituality but divinity.