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The Hamsa Hand, also called the Hand of Fatima, Miriam, or Mary, holds immense cultural significance. In Christianity, it embodies faith and protection. In Judaism, it symbolizes the Torah's five books and the letter "Heh", representing God's name. Sunnis link it to the Five Pillars of Islam, while Shi'ites connect it with the Five People of the Cloak. Hindus and Buddhists view it through the lens of chakras, representing bodily energy flow and senses. Universally, it's seen as a shield against negative energy and the Evil Eye's curse, offering protection to those who wear or display it.

Hamsa Hand Bracelet

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