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DEJE5532-RedBlue

Vamsi Dazzling Peacock Flute With Bells - Choose Flower - Large - 5 1/2 Inch

Color
Red and Blue Flower Center
Red Green Flower Center
Blue and Green Flower Cent
Green Green Flower Center
Red and Red Flower Center
Blue Blue Flower Center
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From Vrindavan -  Dazzling Peacock Flute with Bells. Our biggest Vamsi flute Large Peacock  Pendant with Lacquer and rhinestones. Crystal style bells (surprise colors you will get for the bells.)
Please select the flower center color and quantity you want. 

Note -This price for one flute.
How to choose - Choose the color according to the second flower center.. One will have pink in this pink series you choose the other color. The bells will be a surprise as to what color you will get. (To many variations to upload)

Choose your flower color and quantity 
1- Red and Blue
2- Red and Green
3- Blue and Green
4- Green and Green
5- Red and Red (no photo)
6- Blue and Blue (no photo)


Measurement -
Large (Vamsi)- 5 1/4" inch

Srila Prabhupada quote regarding Lord Krishnas flute sizes. Krishna book 26

"There are three kinds of flutes used by Kṛṣṇa. One is called veṇu, one is called muralī, and the third is called vaṁśī. Veṇu is very small, not more than six inches long, with six holes for whistling. Muralī is about eighteen inches long with a hole at the end and four holes on the body of the flute. This kind of flute produces a very enchanting sound. The vaṁśī flute is about fifteen inches long, with nine holes on its body. Kṛṣṇa used to play on these three flutes occasionally when they were needed. Kṛṣṇa has a longer vaṁśī, which is called mahānanda, or sanmohinī. When it is still longer it is called ākarṣiṇī. When it is even longer it is called ānandinī. The ānandinī flute is very pleasing to the cowherd boys and is technically named vaṁsulī. These flutes were sometimes bedecked with jewels. Sometimes they were made of marble and sometimes of hollow bamboo. When the flute is made of jewels it is called sanmohinī. When made of gold, it is called ākarṣiṇī. "