This item consists of three Northern Indian Old Rajasthani Hindu Amulets with Hanuman, Flowers and a Goddess. Originating in temples, these amulets would have been worn by pilgrims for protection and as an act of devotion (bhakti). Their designs appear to have been stamped in copper and covered in a thin layer of gold, which has been worn away and greened over time. The amulet at left, measuring 1.125" high (without the attached loop) by 1" wide, show Hanuman, the monkey god, in profile and holding a scepter. Hanuman is a popular Hindu deity who is an ardent devotee of Lord Rama and one of the central characters of the epic Ramayana. The center amulet, measuring 1.5" high (without the loop) by 1.5" wide. shows 13 abstract flowers in three designs and arranged in five rows. The type of flowers represented and their specific meanings are unknown. However, in India, flowers (such as jasmine, pink lotus, rose and marigold) are often associated with purity, strength and generosity. They may also correspond to certain Gods and their incarnations. The amulet at right, measuring 1.3125" high (without the loop) by 1.0625" wide, represents an unknown Goddess, who appears to be carrying either a sword or a long leaf in his right hand and several long leaves in her left. All three amulets have decorative loops (with either circles or hatch marks), which measure between 0.3125" and 0.5". Makers and exact ages are unknown. These Old Rajasthani Hindu Amulets with Hanuman, Flowers and a Goddess are in Generally Good condition with imperfections that come with age and usage.