East Meets West Journals(35 items)
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She really, really liked it!
I bought this for my friend who has multiple journals going at the same time. I didnt pay attention to the details and it was smaller than I expected, but my friend made it her purse journal. The journal is exquisite! What a winner as a gift to someone who journals, or should.
Nice but very small
These are very nice journals. I did not realized how small they are, which was my mistake because I did not read details. I bought it as a gift, and person loved them.
Asha Prabha Totes, journals and cushion covers
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Popular East Meets West Journals
Handmade Paper Journal with 48 Pages, "Peacock Journeys"$23.99
A sapphire peacock of golden wings and an emerald and sapphire tail is the proud national bird of India. It graces the cover of this handcrafted journal, whose back cover replicates an ancient postcard with a court stamp paper and immigration stamp. The screen printed images are bordered by olive green cotton, including the ribbon. From Asha Prabha, the journal features 48 pages of blank handmade paper.
Natural Fiber Photo Album (Fits 80 4x6 Photos), "Reminiscent Man"$44.99
A handsome albesia wood mask centers the woven pandan leaf cover of this handsome photo album. Komang Sulaksana designs the album for 4x6 photos, fitting four on each rice straw paper with slits. Doorslag paper between the pages protects the photos. Bound with black cotton and adorned with a cinnamon stick and agel details, the album holds 80 photos.
Handmade paper journals (Pair), "Lakshmi and Ganesha"$14.99
Asha Prabha designs the covers of these petite journals inspired by the story of goddess Lakshmi and Ganesha. Ideal in size to write inspiring verses, motivational quotes and personal insights, the journals' covers are screen printed to resemble vintage court documents. The journals are crafted with handmade paper, they have 46 pages each and feature a cotton cord.
According to the Hindu Parthenon, one day Lakshmi asked Parwati to give her one of her sons since she had two of them, so she could experience the grace of motherhood. Assured that he would be well taken care of, and that Lakshmi's divine accomplishments would be shared with him, Parwati gave her Ganesha to adopt. That is why during the Diwali festival, Lakshmi and Ganesha are revered together.