Kapala Copper Stand | Tantric Offering Bowls

SKU: 3702ECKapala


Kapala Copper Stand

About Our Ritual Item :

The Kapala Copper Stand is an example of how spiritual meaning and fine craftsmanship can coexist. The fiber kapala, which is crafted with great care and attention to detail, is used in Tibetan Buddhism as a vessel for deep ritualistic rites. The kapala's copper inlay enhances its aesthetic appeal and reflects the spiritual significance associated with this ceremonial instrument.

The copper stand, which was made to provide the kapala a solid and respectable platform for display, completes the piece. The stand raises the kapala and encourages reflection and reverence with its graceful form and strong build. Together, they create a beautiful symphony, expressing the spiritual essence of Tibetan Buddhist rites and affording practitioners a concrete link to old traditions.

Introduction To The Kapala Cup :

Kapala is a cup made of a human skull that is commonly offered by followers of Hindu and Buddhist strong Tantric deities. In Tibet, the skull cup is exhibited on the Buddhist altar and is used to present either wine, which symbolizes blood, or dough cakes, which are made to mimic human eyeballs, ears, and so on, to the savage Dharmapala divinities. It grants gods and goddesses liberty in exchange for their devotion. The Kapala, or Skull Bowl, is utilized ritually in numerous ways in Tibetan Buddhism.

Size: 5.5cm(Height) x 17cm(Width)
Weight: 0.32kg

Kapala with Stand
Height:28 cm x 18 cm (Width)
Weight: 0.770kg

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.