Buddhist Eight Auspicious Symbols | Brass Astamandala Set

SKU: 3397ECAstamandala


Buddhist Eight Auspicious Symbols 

About Our ritual item :

Prepare to enter the enchanted world of the Buddhist Eight Auspicious Symbols! Each of these magnificent symbols has been meticulously created on a radiant brass body, and their vibrant colors are brought to life by dazzling acrylic paint. This is not ordinary décor; it is a work of art that exudes positive energy and spiritual significance. Feel your heart race as you gaze at the intricate details and captivating designs that adorn these symbols. Display them with pride in your home, and allow their presence to inspire awe and wonder. The Buddhist Eight Auspicious Symbols will turn any room into a haven of divine blessings and profound serenity. Embrace the thrill, embrace the magic!

Introduction To The 8 Auspicious Symbols :

The eight auspicious symbols are identified as framing the body of the Buddha in Tibetan tradition, with the parasol representing his head, the golden fishes his eyes, the lotus his tongue, the treasure vase his neck, the wheel his feet, the victory banner his body, the conch his speck, and the endless knot his mind.

In Hinduism, they are known as Ashthamangala, which also has significant spiritual significance. Ashtamangala is widely utilized at the entryway above the door by Hindu practitioners to guard against harmful spirits and attract positive energy at home, and for the same purpose at work or office space.
Size: 10cm (Height) x 8.5cm (Base)
Weight: 0.98 kg
Why choose Evamratna?

To give your space a peaceful, powerful, and attractive feel, we are introducing Buddhism-inspired home décor items to enliven your space with zen vibes, in the form of decoration, an art form, or inspiration.