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Tibetan Copper Bronze Mantra Chhepu Dorje Vajra Bell & Holder Box

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$184.00

A Tibetan Copper Bronze Mantra Chhepu Dorje Vajra Bell & Holder Box which is Handmade in Nepal. Your purchase will include: 1 X Metal (BRONZE) Bell 1 X Dorje (Brown Color) 1 x Cover of Bell and Dorje

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FOB
Unit Of Measure:
Pcs
Package Weight:
0.65 kgs
Package Volume (LxWxH) (cm):
20 x 20 x 8
Min Order Qty:
1
Max Order Qty:
1
Available Stock:
1
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Length (cm)20
Width (cm)20
Height (cm)8
Product Tagsbronze, metal, bell, ritual object, Buddhism, religious, bajra, meditation, antique

 In Buddhism bells have many important meanings. They are often used as a call to prayer as they can be heard even at great distances. The ring of the bell can represent the heavenly enlightened voice of the Buddha teaching the dharma and can also be used as a call for protection and as a way to ward off evil spirits. The term vajra is a Sanskrit word that is usually defined as "diamond" or "thunderbolt." It also defines a kind of battle club that achieved its name through its reputation for hardness and invincibility. The vajra has special significance in Tibetan Buddhism, and the word is adopted as a label for the Vajrayana branch of Buddhism, one of the three major forms of Buddhism. The visual icon of the vajra club, along with the bell (ghanta), form a principal symbol of the Vajrayana Buddhism of Tibet. Bronze made bell produces nice and smoothing sound. Bell handle and Vajra are made of Brass which have been black oxidized to give an antique look and also available in gold plated and in a different design and pattern as in the pictures. Bell can be played as "Singing Bowl" In Buddhism bells have many important meanings. They are often used as a call to prayer as they can be heard even at great distances. The ring of the bell can represent the heavenly enlightened voice of the Buddha teaching the dharma and can also be used as a call for protection and as a way to ward off evil spirits. The term vajra is a Sanskrit word that is usually defined as "diamond" or "thunderbolt." It also defines a kind of battle club that achieved its name through its reputation for hardness and invincibility. The vajra has special significance in Tibetan Buddhism, and the word is adopted as a label for the Vajrayana branch of Buddhism, one of the three major forms of Buddhism. The visual icon of the vajra club, along with the bell (ghanta), form a principal symbol of the Vajrayana Buddhism of Tibet. Bronze made bell produces nice and smoothing sound. Bell handle and Vajra are made of Brass which have been black oxidized to give an antique look and also available in gold plated and in a different design and pattern as in the pictures. Bell can be played as "Singing Bowl" Bronze made bell produces nice and smoothing sound. Bell handle and Vajra are made of Brass which have been black oxidized to give an antique look and also available in gold plated and in a different design and pattern as in the pictures. Bell can be played as "Singing Bowl". 

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