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The glass bubble-chandelier from a Hindu temple in Kolkata, India, is now available online for sale

The glass crystal from the Chagatai temple in South India that was one of the earliest examples of glass-beaded chandeliers made by the Jain sect, a religious sect in India, has now become a luxury item.

The Chagatas glass bubble is the world’s first glass bubble Chandelier made by a Hindu sect.

The Chagatis glass crystal was originally made by an Ashram at Daulat Nagar in Uttar Pradesh, India.

It is now on display at a Chagati Temple in Kalkaji in Kutch, the city of Maharashtra.

The glass crystal is made by hand using an iron-based alloy and is made of a special glass powder known as gopura (glass) that has a very fine surface finish and has a glassy, smooth appearance.

The chandeliest is made from the glass crystal and the gold plate of the chandelizer that surrounds it, which has been hand polished to a mirror-like finish.

This is the first glass crystal to be available online.

The glass bubbles are currently only available in India.

The temple is also selling a glass crystal chandeliser for its own.

The price is around $1,500.

“This is a unique and rare piece.

It has been an object of religious devotion for more than 1,500 years.

People have been pouring glass into this crystal for more then 1,000 years.

It also has the distinction of being the first chandeliere to be made in India,” said Jatinder Singh, the director of the temple, who is also the founder and managing director of Chagatti.

The chandelice has been made of the gold plating and is covered with a special cloth made of gold foil.

The cloth is made to match the choker of the glass bubble and it is made in a temple-run factory.

The crystal is an integral part of the Chagarath Chakra temple and is a temple symbol.

Singh said the glass bubbles were first offered to the temple by a person who had visited India in 1531.

The person brought with him a glass bubble with a diamond shaped crystal that is also engraved with the name of the deceased person.

“There were many chandelises made by Hindus that have become part of their tradition and have been known as the Jains glass bubbles.

We have a lot of faith in the chagattis ability to make chandelirs and to be able to bring back the glass beads to India,” Singh said.

He said the Chigatas Glass Bubbles have been made in different styles, but the one that we are selling is a traditional style, made of glass and gold foil with a glass choker.

Singhen said the chattis were used by a lot more than the Jaina glass bubbles as they were the most popular for their decorative and decorative purpose.

“The glass bubbles have been used in various decorative designs, as well as for the decorative glass bowls,” Singh explained.

He added that the chagarath chakra temple in Kerala, where the glass chandelies were made, was one that was particularly loved by the people.

“We have a few glass beads in our chagatis glass beads.

It was so loved by people of Kerala.

They would take it home, they would take away it to their family members and they would share it with them,” he said.