Buddhist 8 Auspicious Symbols | Tibetan Symbols

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Buddhist 8 Auspicious Symbols 

About Our Ashtamangala Set:

Our Ashtamangala Set is a one-of-a-kind collection of hand-carved 8 Auspicious Symbols made from pure copper and coated in pure gold. These symbols are believed to represent growth and prosperity. These beautifully crafted, gold-plated symbols make great gifts for friends, and family, or even as a treat for yourself.

Introduction to Auspicious Symbol

Parasol (Chattra) - symbolizes protection from suffering and harm.
Victory banner (Dhvaja) - symbolizes the victory of spiritual knowledge over ignorance.
Wheel (Dharma-chakra) - symbolizes the Buddhist teachings or Dharma.
The Conch shell (Shankha) - symbolizes the sound of the Dharma and the spreading of Buddhist teachings.
The endless knot (Shrivatsa) - symbolizes the interdependent nature of reality and the interconnectedness of all things.
Pair of golden fish (Matsya) - symbolizes freedom and fearlessness in the face of suffering and attaining spiritual goals.
Lotus flower (Padma) - symbolizes spiritual awakening and the purity of the mind.
Treasure vase (Bumpa) - symbolizes the attainment of wealth and spiritual abundance.
Size: 18cm (Height) x 8cm (Base)
Weight:3.186 kg
How to set up your own Buddhist Shrine?

• Find a clean, quiet, and uncluttered spot
• Set up an altar table and cover it with an altar cloth that calls to you
• Place your sacred item at the center