Tibetan Pillar w/ The 8 Auspicious Symbols

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Tibetan Pillar w/ The 8 Auspicious Symbols


They're finally here!! I had 20 of these beautiful pillars made by a silver smith in Tibet. All the carving are hand-done.

This gorgeous Tibetan necklace features a solid brass pillar with the 8 Auspicious symbols carved all around! It hangs on a high quality 16k shiny gold-plated chain. On the back is a beautiful all-seeing eye charm, for protection!
The Eight Auspicious Symbols (Ashtamangala in Sanskrit) are a group of lucky Buddhist symbols that appear on many Buddhist textiles, objects and paintings. Each symbol represents an aspect of Buddhist teaching and when they appear together, their powers are multiplied.

The symbols derive from Indian iconography and have become especially popular in Tibetan Buddhism. Clink a link below for a full article and illustration of each Auspicious Symbol.

Parasol (chattra) - royalty and spiritual power
Golden Fishes (suvarnamatsya) - good fortune, fertility and salvation
Treasure Vase (kalasha) - spiritual and material abundance
Lotus (padma) - mental and spiritual purity
Conch Shell (sankha) - the fame of Buddha's teachings
Endless Knot (shrivasta) - infinite wisdom of the Buddha
Victory Banner (dhvaja) - victory of the Buddha's teachings and wisdom over ignorance
Wheel (dharmachakra) - the teachings of the Buddha

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