Chitipati Seal Stamp | Symbolic Buddhist Skeleton Lords

SKU: 5072ECChitipatiSeal


Chitipati Seal Stamp

About our Product

Chitipati Seal Stamp goes deep into the heart of the Tibetan enigma. This 15cm stamp is made from buffalo bone that has been ethically sourced; it's more than just an accessory—it's a doorway to the past. This stamp is essential for everyone who is drawn to the ethereal and profound, as it features the recognizable Chitipati, which is a symbol of protection and prosperity in Tibetan tradition.

This stamp is not a typical stamp. It's evidence of the unmatched talent of craftspeople who value tradition and the environment. The ethically obtained buffalo bone is fashioned into an artwork, with the Chitipati's every detail carefully carved. Having this stamp signifies embracing a carefully crafted piece of Tibetan heritage that has been deeply ingrained in centuries of cultural significance.

Picture this lovely Chitipati Seal Stamp in your sacred space or on your desk. Its 15cm size makes it the ideal combination of magic and utility for people who look for the extraordinary in the ordinary. It is more than just a stamp; it is a protector, a storyteller, and a bit of Tibetan magic that is just waiting to be included in your story. Accept this one-of-a-kind item and allow it to take you to the ethereal Tibetan highlands.

Introduction To Chitipati :

A well-known deity in Tibetan Buddhism, particularly in the Vajrayana or Tantric tradition, is Chitipati, which is also called Citipati. Chitipati is frequently portrayed as a dancing skeletal figure and is known as the "Lord of the Cemetery" or the "Cemetery Guardian." This representation symbolizes the impermanence of life and the inevitability of death, central themes in Buddhist teachings.

Size: 15cm(Height) x 5cm(Width)
Weight: 0.17 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 (statue, thangka, or a picture of Buddha) at the center.