Sindoor is a red powder that holds a lot of significance in the hearts of Indians. Also known as Kumkum or sindur, this bright red powder has many holy applications. During auspicious occasions, it is mixed with oil and used to draw holy symbols like swastikas on the thresholds of homes and even on new cars and machinery.
During puja, the priest may bless you by putting a smear of sindoor on your forehead. Married women wear sindoor to not only signify their marital status but also to summon good luck and the blessing of a long life for their partner. The artists at India Imprints work to make you feel this same love and devotion every day.