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The aromatic wood of the sandal tree has long been used for the blessing reliquaries and sacred objects. Sandalwood is considered universally auspicious for all spiritual practices. Counting mantras with this fragrant rosary will scent the fingers and may inspire a closer connection to the teacher or the deity. These sandalwood beads are purchased from a licensed dealer of sandalwood products and strung on high quality nylon coated wire by Tibetan artisans in Dharamsala. (108 beads.) Comes in a beautiful cloth bag.
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This simple yet beautiful Tibetan singing bowl is handcrafted from seven metals using original hand pounded techniques so as to produce a beautiful, multiple harmonic sounding bowl. Without additional color, engraving or decoration, this bowl sings sweet and is a perfect addition to your home altar or sacred space. Wonderful aid to meditation, re-balancing yourself or your sacred space. 6 inches [11 cm] in diameter and 3.5 inches high. Comes with wooden striker. Hand made in Nepal.
A beautiful singing bowl gift box with an image of the Peace Buddha worked on the inner bottom. This lovely gift box comes complete with three-metal bowl, embroidered, tasseled square cushion, and wooden striker -- all in a beautiful handmade lokta paper box with a string and button closure. A perfect gift for family, friends & students. Bowl 4 inch diameter and 2.25 inches high. Yellow square cushion 4 x 4 inches . Striker is 5 inches long. Box size is 5 x 5 x 4 inches. Handmade in Nepal.
A twenty-four karat gold-plated yantra is embossed on one side with the physical representation of the Sri Chakra or Yantra symbol. This 3.15 inch square yantra is meant to be used for a puja, or sacred ceremonial ritual or honoring of a deity. Made in India.
This large and long mala is handmade from high-quality bodhi seeds strung on red cord. Each bead is 12 mm wide. Beautiful turquoise spacer beads help guide you around the mala. Two strands of mala counters embellished with silver dorje and bell charms help count each of your rotations around the mala. Two lotus flower bum counters are also affixed to the strand of beads for tracking the higher number of recitations. 46 inches around. Finished with red knotted twin tassels. Handmade in Nepal.
Because it is made with seeds from the Buddha wisdom tree, a bodhi seed mala is considered auspicious to use for all practices. This mala is designed to help keep your place in the rhythmic recitations of mantra prayers. Made from locals residing in Kathmandu Valley, each bead measures 10mm diameter. It also features a red cord with knotted detail. Strung on a stretchy brown cord. Handmade in Nepal.
This set of Prayer Beads, called a Mala or Rosary is made of finely selected, 7 mm, peppercorn sized, five mukhi rudraksah beads. Thread-knotted in traditional style with red tassel, this Rudraksha rosary is best for doing Japa or chanting mantras to all deities. You may keep it in your puja altar for positive vibrations or as a garland for your deity idol. You may also wear it around your neck. It is best to avoid wearing this with other rudraksha combinations. Measures 34 inches long which allows for it either to be worn around the neck or coiled around the wrist. Made with the Tibetan Buddhist's traditional number of beads: 108. Handmade in Nepal.
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.
Common to many Tibetan prayer flags is the lungta or windhorse, the mythical animal who carries all intentional prayers to the universe. The hanging of prayer flags is thought to dispel danger and to bring good fortune. Our Prayer Flags are printed from hand carved woodblocks in the traditional manner. The five flag colors represent the five elements: Blue (earth), White (water), Red (fire), Saffron (infinite space), and Green (cosmic winds). Enjoy the slow fading of color as they hang in the elements. To dispose of old flags with respect, please burn them. Set of five.