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Dharma Ritual Object
We offer and provide all kinds of Buddhist ritual items and religious crafts related to tibetan dharma implements and objects. We provide and make Tibetan ritual items and crafts ranging from handicrafts like Monk Robe ,Tibetan Incense, Singing Bowl, Tibetan prayer wheels, Tibetan Buddhist Prayer Flag,Tibet Flag, Dalai Lama Photo, Bell & Dorje . prayer ghau,  Damaru, bhumpa, trumpets, Tinshas, butter lamps, offering bowls, water vase in copper, gold and sivler metal, decorative cloth items like tsekhor, ganzen, kaffen, zindu, wall cloth,buddhist curtains, rupas, malas , beads,lama cloth, khada,tashi delek,thangka brocade etc. 


 
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Butter Lamp & Bowl

Butter Lamps

In the Buddhist tradition, butter lamps symbolize the clarity of wisdom. Offering butter lamps creates harmony, and generates merit while promoting success, prosperity, longevity, and world peace, as well as helping to avert obstacles, pacify the upheaval of the five elements, and heal disease. When offered on behalf of the deceased, prayers are usually recited for their liberation in the Bardo and rebirth in a Pureland.Tibetan temple, household and altar. Butter lamps are placed on one's shrine and traditionally filled with butter or other oils, such as coconut or canola, but one may also use a tea light candle. They are traditionally burned with ghee butter. Butter Lamps are normally made of silver, brass, copper or white metal

Water Offerings Bowl

The seven water bowl offerings are traditionally presented on a Buddhist altar each morning. These seven bowlsrepresent the 'seven limbed practice' for purifying negative tendencies and accumulating merit.

 
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Monk Accessories
We offer and provide all kinds of Buddhist ritual items . We provide  Tibetan ritual items like Monk Robes set , Tibetan Monk Bag ,Tibetan Monk Meditation Cushion Cover, Puja Table cloth ,Monk Shawl ,Monk Puja Table, Tibetan Incense, Butter Lamp etc. We also have a special selection of the Finest Quality Singing Bowl, Tibetan prayer wheels, Tibetan Buddhist Prayer Flag,Tibet Flag, Dalai Lama Photo, Bell & Dorje . prayer ghau,  Damaru, bhumpa, trumpets, Tinshas, butter lamps, offering bowls, water vase in copper, gold and sivler metal, decorative cloth items like tsekhor, ganzen, kaffen, zindu, wall cloth,buddhist curtains, rupas, malas , beads,lama cloth, khada,tashi delek,thangka brocade etc.
 
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Bell Dorje & Phurba

Our Bell and Dorje from Nepal, handmade by Himalayan craftsmen Nepal The principal ritual objects of Tantric Buddhism, the Handbell (drilbu) and the Dorje are traditionally used together, the bell in the left hand and the dorje in the right. The bell represents yin or feminine energy, a symbol of truth, the Wisdom of the Void. The dorje represents yang or masculine energy, the diamond scepter that cuts through all obstacles, signifying appropriate and skillful action, which is Compassion. Using them together symbolizes the union of Wisdom and Compassion, which is Enlightenment.  the bell's clear, long-lasting tone will be an ongoing source of pleasure and relaxation.

 
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Brocade Altar cloth
Brocade Altar Shrine Cloths are used by Tibetans Buddhists and other meditation traditions to enhance the beauty of the household altar or shrine. , it is customary to place a beautiful textile under statues or ritual objects to show honor and respect.
 
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Buddhism & Meditation Book
There are large number of books on Buddhism & Meditation. We have presented below some...
 
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Chukhor & Shambu
Here You Find Tibetan Buddhist Meditation and puja decoration  Iteams you need for your  meditation and puja decoration. brocade chukor, and Shambu Banner.

 
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Dalai Lama Quotes
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, is both the head of state and the spiritual leader of Tibet. He was born on 6 July 1935, to a farming family, in a small hamlet located in Taktser, Amdo, northeastern Tibet.  At the age of two the child, who was named Lhamo Dhondup at that time was recognized as the reincarnation of the 13th Dalai Lama, Thubten Gyatso.  The Dalai Lamas are believed to be manifestations of Avalokiteshvara or Chenrezig, the Bodhisattva of Compassion and patron saint of Tibet.  Bodhisattvas are enlightened beings who have postponed their own nirvana and chosen to take rebirth in order to serve humanity.
Let your walls speak with decorative words of wisdom, inspiration and humor quotes from His Holiness the Dalai LamaWhether you are looking for some everyday advice, or hoping to get a beeter understanding of the human condition, these scrolls with quotes from the Dalai Lama will help calm the spirit and enlighten the mind. Read words of wisdom every day.

 
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Dharma Prayer Book

This is a handmade prayer book beautifully illustrated on both sides of each sheet and has a hand painted Buddha picture on the front of each of the ten pages. The front and back covers are wooden and again are beautifully illustrated with 4 Buddha’s on each. Traditional Buddhist scripture books are unbound with wooden cover hand painted,carved with diety designs . the prayers for Health and prosperity are hand -written in Tibet script on daphen bark paper and embellished with paintings of deities.
 
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Japa Mala Beads
We offer a wide range of High quality genuine Japa Mala Prayer beads in Reasonable Price, Some Example Of Our japa Mla is  Bodhi Seed Mala,Tibetan Art Japa Mala,Yak Bone Mala,Bodhi Seed  Wrist Mala,Sandal Wood Wrist Mala,Rudraksha Japa Mala ,Lotus Seed Wrist Mala,Tibetan Rosewood Japa Mala.  Buddhist Japa mala Prayer Beads are made from a variety of materials, most commonly wood. Preferred woods are sandalwood or sacred wood from the bodhi tree. More expensive rosaries are made of precious and semi-precious stones, including pearls, rubies, crystal, amber, coral, or jade, or precious metals such as gold. They can also be made of seeds, animal bone, Traditionally, Buddhist Japa mala Prayer Beads has 108 beads, representing the 108 human passions that Avalokiteshvara assumed when telling the beads. This number also ensures the worshipper repeats the sacred mantra at least 100 times, the extra beads allowing for any omissions made through absentmindness in counting or for the loss or breakage of beads. Malas of 111 beads are also common, and derive from this same idea. A lesser number of Prayer beads is also seen in various forms of Mahayana Buddhism, usually a number divisible by three. In Pure Land Buddhism, for instance, 27 beads rosaries are common. Many Chinese rosaries have only 18 beads; one for each of the 18 lohans. Before being knotted, the string is passed through a large central bead and two smaller beads. These three additional beads keep the rest in place and indicate the completion of a cycle of mantras. They also symbolize the Three Jewels of Buddhism: the Buddha, the dharma, and the sangha. The hidden string that passed through all the beads symbolizes the penetrating power of the Buddhas. Tibetan prayer mala are strings of beads used as an aid to prayer and the recitation of mantras in the Buddhist religion .A Japa mala Prayer Beads is held in the hand and rotated, one bead at a time, while mantras are recited.
 
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Prayer Flags
Tibetan Buddhist Prayer Flags are colorful panels or rectangular cloths often found strung along mountain ridges and peaks high in the Himalayas to bless the surrounding countryside or for other purposes. Unknown in other branches of Buddhism, prayer flags are believed to have originated with Bön, which predated Buddhism in Tibet.Traditionally they are woodblock-printed with texts and images.Prayer flags are inscribed with auspicious symbols, invocations, prayers, and mantras. Tibetan Buddhists for centuries have planted these flags outside their homes and places of spiritual practice for the wind to carry the beneficent vibrations across the countryside. Prayer flags are said to bring happiness, long life and prosperity to the flag planter and those in the vicinity. Dharma prints bear traditional Buddhist symbols, protectors and enlightened beings. As the Buddhist spiritual approach is non theistic, the elements of Tantric iconography do not stand for external beings, but represent aspects of enlightened mind i.e. compassion, perfect action, fearlessness, etc. Displayed with respect, Dharma prints impart a feeling of harmony and bring to mind the precious teachings.All flags from Radiant Heart are hand printed on good quality 100% cotton fabric with nontoxic colorfast textile paints. The details in each design are quite precise and the colors are pure and bright. Tibetan prayer flags may be placed either inside of a building to increase the spiritual atmosphere or outdoors where the wind can carry their prayers. Traditionally, they are fastened to eaves or sewn onto ropes to be displayed horizontally or they are fastened to wooden poles for vertical display. Sets of five color flags should be put in the order: yellow, green, red, white, blue (from left to right or from bottom to top.) The colors represent the elements: earth, water, fire, cloud, sky. Because the symbols and mantras on these prints are sacred, we ask that they be treated with the traditional Tibetan respect - please do not place them on the ground or use them in articles of clothing. When disposing of an old print please burn it.
 
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Prayer Wheel
we offer are a unique combination of ancient sacred tradition and new modern technology Of Prayer wheel . Some Example of our prayer Wheel  Table Prayer Wheel, Hand Held Prayer Wheel, All of our prayer wheels are handcrafted in the Himalaya region of Nepal,The prayer wheel combines a mantra "Ohm Mani Pradme" with a movement . The mantra is cast around the outside of the wheel and the mudra's meditative movement is attained by spinning the wheel clockwise with wrist movement. Inside the prayer wheel is a scroll with the mantra "Ohm Mani Pradme" repeated 50 times. According to myth, spinning the wheel by one revolution will evoke 50 blessing. One can easily attain 1000 blessing per minute by appropriate spinning of the wheel.
We also have a special selection of the Finest Quality Authentic Thangka Paintings, Mandalas, Chakra Singing Bowls,  Tibetan Incense ,Buddha Rupa Statues and Tibetan Prayer Flags.
 
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Tibetan Deity Mantra Banners
Beautiful Tibetan Banners feature authentic silk brocades, embroidered Buddhist symbols, mantra, or cotton canvas prints. These Tibetan banners help to generate a peaceful, harmonious atmosphere and may be displayed in the home, office or Buddhist shrine room.
 
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Tibetan Prayer Scarf
Tibetan Khatag is Used in Tibetan Customs For Offerings and greeting. Whenever Tibetan People visit one another, or receive or visit a lama, they offer a kata as a symbol of all things good. Also used adorning altars and Diety paintings .Tibetan  Offering Scarf khatag embossed with the 8 auspicious symbolst is customary to offer white scarves . at this time, or at the very end, but this is not strictly necessary. If a khata is offered  then it should be placed in front of the lama or at his side. Often, it will be returned to you  as a blessing, but not always. They may be available for purchase before the ritual, but if you do not have one, you can offer a smile and a bow.

 
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Tingsha Cymbals
Tibetan tingsha  are small cymbals used in prayer and rituals by Tibetan Buddhist practitioners. Two cymbals are joined together by a leather strap or chain. The cymbals are struck together producing a clear and high pitched tone. Tingsha are very thick and produce a unique long ringing tone. Antique tingsha were made from special bronze alloys that produce harmonic overtones.Today, tingsha are used along with singing bowls and other instruments in meditation, music and sound healing. Artists such as Karma Moffett and Joseph Feinstein use multiple pairs of antique tingsha together to create a sonic tapestry effect.Traditionally, however, tingsha are used as part of specific Tibetan rituals, such as offerings to "hungry ghosts." While they are commonly found today in musical recordings and yoga classes, their real function is as a religious ritual tool.

 
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Wall/Car Hanging
We have a huge selection of unique Buddhist Gifts & Car Hanging /Door Hanging all offered at reasonable prices. Our Beautiful online Shop sells Buddhist Wall Hanging, Buddhist Tools etc

 
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Zafus & Meditation Cushions
We offers the highest quality  Zafu and Zabuton Mat meditation cushions and yoga products at affordable price.
 
 
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