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  1. Quan Yin Statue Brass - 4 inch

    Kuan Yin (also spelled Guan Yin, Kwan Yin) is the bodhisattva of compassion venerated by East Asian Buddhists. Commonly known as the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin is also revered by Chinese Taoists as an Immortal. The name Kuan Yin is short for Kuan Shih Yin (Guan Shi Yin) which means "Observing the Sounds of the World

    $19.95
  2. Tibetan Buddhist Lucky Signs Prayer Flags

    This unusual set of prayer flags contains a variety of important symbols in Tibetan Buddhism. These include the Endless Knot, representing the interrelatedness of all things; the Double Dorje or Diamond Scepter, symbolizing the indestructible and compassionate nature of Buddha's teachings; the Buddha or awakened one, who introduced the Dharma or Buddhist teachings into this world; and the Healing Mantra, a matrix of Tibetan symbols that make up a healing mantra or sacred prayer. Hanging flags are believed to constantly be sending their prayers to the universe. To dispose of old flags with respect, please burn them.

    $17.49
  3. Tibetan Khata Ceremonial Scarf - 3 Pack

    Our 100% silk golden yellow Tibetan Khata Ceremonial Scarf features the Eight Auspicious Symbols lightly woven in white into the fabric.  They measure approximately 12 inches wide by 68 inches long. They are sometimes referred to as a khada, khadag or hada, and is a traditional ceremonial scarf common in Tibetan culture.  Khatas can be presented at any festive occasions to a host or at weddings, funerals, births, graduation, arrivals and departure of guests, etc. The Tibetans commonly give a kind acknowledgment of Tashi Delek (meaning Good Luck) at the time of presenting. The Dalai Lama is known to offer khata as a gift to diplomats, visitors, or other monks, which symbolizes purity of intention and the beginning of the relationship.  Ours come three to a package. Price is per package. Made in Nepal.

    $17.00
  4. Wrist Mala - Dzi Bead with Drawsting Bag

    Tibetan rosaries (malas) are traditionally used for a special Buddhist practice. The bead size typically ranges from 7 to 9 mm diameter. Featuring dzi (pronounced zee) beads, the brown and white "Buddha-eye" have a characteristic design of white lines produced by a resist or etching process or sometimes, by the mix of two materials used in their formation. The meaning of the word dzi is shine, brightness, cleanness, splendor. People used to say that they are the petrified bodies of heavenly insects. Hand-strung in Dharamasala on a durable nylon coated wire. Comes in a beautiful cloth bag.
    $17.25
  5. Wrist Mala - Rosewood with Drawsting Bag

    The gentle touch of rosewood is popular for the warmth it can bring to any spiritual practice. Carefully made in Dharamsala with a durable coated nylon wire, this mala was made to be a partner in a lifetime on the path. Comes in a beautiful cloth bag.
    $17.25
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