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    18th Century Tibetan Bell. Height: 7" (18 cm.) The bronze bell has a brass handle with a 9 pronged dorje and the face of Prajnaparamita, the perfection of Wisdom. Around the top of the bell is a sacred mantra in the leaves of a lotus. 
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    18th - 19th Century Bell and Dorje Symbolizing the union of compassion and wisdom, male and female, the two paths to enlightenment. With a well worn brass 9 pronged top, a sacred mantra in the leaves of the lotus around the stem and a ring of small dorjes around the bottom
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    In the Buddhist tradition, the damaru is part of a collection of sacred implements and musical instrument was adopted from the tantric practices of ancient India. These reached the Bhutan from the 8th to 12th century, persisting in Bhutan as the practice of Vajrayana flourished there, even as it vanished in the rest of the world.
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    In the Buddhist tradition, the damaru is part of a collection of sacred implements and musical instrument was adopted from the tantric practices of ancient India. These reached the Bhutan from the 8th to 12th century, persisting in Bhutan as the practice of Vajrayana flourished there, even as it vanished in the rest of the world.
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    In the Buddhist tradition, the damaru is part of a collection of sacred implements and musical instrument was adopted from the tantric practices of ancient India. These reached the Bhutan from the 8th to 12th century, persisting in Bhutan as the practice of Vajrayana flourished there, even as it vanished in the rest of the world.
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    In the Buddhist tradition, the damaru is part of a collection of sacred implements and musical instrument was adopted from the tantric practices of ancient India. These reached the Bhutan from the 8th to 12th century, persisting in Bhutan as the practice of Vajrayana flourished there, even as it vanished in the rest of the world.
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    Symbolically a dorje represents the 'thunderbolt of enlightenment,' that abrupt change in human consciousness which is recognised by all the great religions as a pivotal episode in the lives of mystics and saints
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    Symbolically a dorje represents the 'thunderbolt of enlightenment,' that abrupt change in human consciousness which is recognised by all the great religions as a pivotal episode in the lives of mystics and saints
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    The Malas is probably one of the most well know Tibetan ritual items. These Tibetan prayer beads are composed of 108 beads, each of which signifies the mortal sins of humanity. 
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    This vajra has four sets of six prongs each with the central shaft, running end to end of each vajra, making up the seventh prong. The seven prongs represent the seven human Buddhas (Vipasyi, Sikhi, Vishvabhu, Krakuchanda, Kanakmuni, Kasyapa and Shakyamuni).
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    Prayer wheels are an example of Buddhist technology. This technology allowed the faithful to multiply the number of prayers they expressed by millions.
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    Kangling (Tibetan: རྐང་གླིང།, Wylie: rkang-gling), literally translated as "leg" (kang) "flute" (ling), is the Tibetan name for a trumpetor horn made out of a human femur, used in Tibetan Buddhism for various chöd rituals as well as funerals performed by a chöpa. 
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