Ritual Skull Cup Set | Practices of the Sacred Vessel

SKU: 3285ECKapalaSet


Ritual Skull Cup

About Our Ritual Item :

The Ritual Skull Cup Set is a unique and meticulously handcrafted set made from brass. The cups have been carefully oxidized to appear antique and weathered. The set includes multiple skull-shaped cups, each intricately designed with care. These cups are frequently used in spiritual and ritual practices to represent impermanence and the transitory nature of life. The Ritual Skull Cup Set's craftsmanship and unique design make it a captivating and meaningful addition to any sacred space or ritual ceremony.

Introduction To The Kapala Set :

A Kapala set is a cup made of a human skull, frequently offered by worshipers of the fierce Tantric deities of Hindu and Buddhist. In Tibet, the skull cup is displayed on the Buddhist altar and is used to offer to the ferocious Dharmapala divinities either wine, which symbolizes blood, or dough cakes, which are shaped to resemble human eyes, ears, etc. The Kapala is fashioned from the oval upper section of a human cranium. It serves as a libation vessel for a vast number of Vajrayana deities, mostly wrathful.
Size: 8cm(Height) x 6.5cm(Base)
Single: Weight:0.166 kg
Total: Weight:0.334 kg

How to set up your own Buddhist Shrine?

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