In good condition
A Vajra is a ritual object from Buddhism that symbolizes a thunderbolt which cuts through ignorance.
Vajra is a Sanskrit word meaning both lightning and diamond.
The vajra is supposed to represent strength of spirit and spiritual power.
This vajra or Dorje is made of solid bronze, being two stylized lotus flowers on a central axis.
The Vajra is one of the most important symbols of Vajrayana Buddhism.
This Vajra comes from a temple in the Dolpo region.
Origin: Nepal, Dolpo region.
Date: late 20th century.
Measurements: 28 x 24 x 12 cm
Weight: 1.57 kg
|Member since:||January 23, 2014|
received the white metal Avalokiteshvara H47 in good condition and within relatively short shipment lead time.
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|Rest of Europe||$37.47|
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