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Tibetan Tsa Tsa 3D Buddha Amulet-Handmade Panting Ghau Prayer Box Pendant
Tibetan Tsa Tsa 3D Buddha Amulet-Handmade Panting Ghau Prayer Box Pendant
Tibetan Tsa Tsa 3D Buddha Amulet-Handmade Panting Ghau Prayer Box Pendant
Tibetan Tsa Tsa 3D Buddha Amulet-Handmade Panting Ghau Prayer Box Pendant
Tibetan Tsa Tsa 3D Buddha Amulet-Handmade Panting Ghau Prayer Box Pendant
Tibetan Tsa Tsa 3D Buddha Amulet-Handmade Panting Ghau Prayer Box Pendant
Tibetan Tsa Tsa 3D Buddha Amulet-Handmade Panting Ghau Prayer Box Pendant
Tibetan Tsa Tsa 3D Buddha Amulet-Handmade Panting Ghau Prayer Box Pendant

Tibetan Tsa Tsa 3D Buddha Amulet-Handmade Panting Ghau Prayer Box Pendant

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This is a Amulet painting , handmade in Tibet by artist.

  • Handmade item
  • Pendant Size: 21*43*26mm
  • Pendant Weight: 15gram
  • Neklace Length: 66cm
  • Material: Titanuim Steel with 18K Golden Plated Tempered glass

In Tibetan Buddhism, a "Tsa Tsa" refers to a small votive tablet or amulet made from clay or other materials. These tablets are typically inscribed or molded with Buddhist symbols, mantras, or deities. Tsa Tsas are considered sacred objects and are often used as objects of devotion or placed in special containers called "stupas."

A "Ghau" or "Gau" is a type of prayer box or amulet container that is commonly found in Tibetan Buddhism and some other Himalayan regions. It is a small, ornate metal or wooden box that usually features intricate carvings, inlays, or embossments on its exterior.

The Ghau is designed to hold sacred objects such as written prayers, mantras, or sacred relics. It is believed that carrying or wearing a Ghau brings protection, good fortune, and blessings to the person who possesses it. The contents of the Ghau are considered sacred and can serve as a personal connection to one's spiritual practice or deity.

 

1"Yellow Wealth God"

In Tibetan Buddhism, the "Yellow Wealth God" refers to Jambhala, also known as Dzambhala or Kubera. Jambhala is considered a deity associated with wealth, abundance, and prosperity.

 

Manjushri: is revered as the embodiment of transcendent wisdom, intelligence, and insight. His name translates to "Gentle Glory" or "Gentle Splendor" in Sanskrit. He is often depicted as a youthful figure, wielding a flaming sword in his right hand, which symbolizes the sharpness of wisdom that cuts through ignorance. In his left hand, he holds a lotus flower supporting the Prajnaparamita sutra, representing the perfection of wisdom.

Akasagarbha Bodhisattva:is primarily associated with the vow to relieve the suffering of beings in the realms of hell and to guide them towards enlightenment. It is believed that he has a special affinity for those who are experiencing intense suffering and are in need of compassionate assistance. In this regard, he is often depicted as descending into hell realms to offer solace, guidance, and support to the beings trapped there.