Tibetan Ceremonial Knife | Traditional Buddhist Artifact

SKU: 4912EFTibetanKnife


Tibetan Ceremonial Knife

About Our Ritual Item 

The Tibetan Ceremonial Knife is a magnificent handcrafted 37-cm piece that has exquisite silver plating on white metal. This knife is a reflection of the rich Tibetan tradition, which places great cultural and ritual significance on ceremonial knives. In addition to ensuring longevity, the white metal piece's silver plating gives it a sophisticated elegance.

This exquisitely crafted Tibetan Knife will elevate your collection of spiritual artifacts. The knife has a brilliant shine due to the silver plating over white metal, which represents the holiness and purity that are frequently connected to ceremonial objects. This 37-cm knife, which displays the careful workmanship of traditional Tibetan artisans, is more than just a tool.

This Ceremonial Knife, perfect for collectors of one-of-a-kind items or for those who practice Tibetan culture, is a testament to the artistic and spiritual legacy of Tibet. It is both an eye-catching exhibit piece and a poignant reminder of the deep spiritual rituals it symbolizes. This knife is a treasured addition to any collection because it perfectly combines usefulness, beauty, and cultural significance.

Introduction To The Tibetan Knife :

In Tibetan traditions, a Tibetan knife, also called a "phurba" or "kila," has cultural and symbolic meaning. The unique three-sided blade of this ceremonial dagger represents the victory over ignorance, desire, and aversion in Buddhism. Tibetan knives, which are adorned with elaborate carvings and frequently have a tripartite handle that represents different gods, are an essential part of religious rites, ceremonies, and spiritual practices. In addition to their spiritual significance, these knives might have practical uses in daily life, exhibiting in Tibetan communities a combination of deep cultural symbolism and usefulness.

Size: 37 cm(Height) x 5 cm(Width)
Weight: 0.51 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