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    Tibetan Nepali Handmade Wool and Silver Flower Design Carpet , 100knots, Natural

    $755.00
    Tibetan Carpet (rug) making is an ancient, traditional craft. Tibetan rugs are traditionally made from Tibetan highland sheep's wool, called changpel. Tibetans use rugs for many purposes ranging from flooring to wall hanging to horse saddles, though the most common use is as a seating carpet. A typical sleeping carpet measuring around 3 ft × 5 ft (0.91 m × 1.52 m) is called a khaden.

    Tibetan Nepali Handmade Wool and Silk Flower Design Carpet , 100knots, Natural

    $755.00
    Tibetan Carpet (rug) making is an ancient, traditional craft. Tibetan rugs are traditionally made from Tibetan highland sheep's wool, called changpel. Tibetans use rugs for many purposes ranging from flooring to wall hanging to horse saddles, though the most common use is as a seating carpet. A typical sleeping carpet measuring around 3 ft × 5 ft (0.91 m × 1.52 m) is called a khaden.

    Nepali Handmade Woolen Bordered Carpet , 60 Knots

    $550.00
    Tibetan Carpet (rug) making is an ancient, traditional craft. Tibetan rugs are traditionally made from Tibetan highland sheep's wool, called changpel. Tibetans use rugs for many purposes ranging from flooring to wall hanging to horse saddles, though the most common use is as a seating carpet. A typical sleeping carpet measuring around 3 ft × 5 ft (0.91 m × 1.52 m) is called a khaden.

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    $550.00
    Tibetan Carpet (rug) making is an ancient, traditional craft. Tibetan rugs are traditionally made from Tibetan highland sheep's wool, called changpel. Tibetans use rugs for many purposes ranging from flooring to wall hanging to horse saddles, though the most common use is as a seating carpet. A typical sleeping carpet measuring around 3 ft × 5 ft (0.91 m × 1.52 m) is called a khaden.

    Nepali Handmade Wool and Silk Abstract Carpet 60 Knots, Grey Silk

    $700.00
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    Tibetan Nepali Handmade Woolen Bordered Carpet , 60 Knots

    $260.00
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    Tibetan Nepali Handmade Wool and Silk Ombre Carpet , 60 Knots, Color Code M69 + HB Silk

    $550.00
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    Nepali Handmade Woolen Abstract Carpet , 60 Knots, Red and Orange

    $300.00
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    Tibetan Handmade Woolen Abstract Carpet , 100knots, Color Code Grey + Silk

    $1,900.00
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    Woolen Tiger Cap

    $5.00
    Hand knitted woolen caps made in various rural villages of Kathmandu. 1. We don’t keep these products in physical stock. Hence your order will be sent for making as soon as the order is confirmed 2. Time required to complete the order will be emailed to you depending upon the order Volume. 3. Minimal Quantity Requirement are set so as to give you best price possible.

    Woolen Angry Bird Cap

    $5.00
    Hand knitted woolen caps made in various rural villages of Kathmandu. 1. We don’t keep these products in physical stock. Hence your order will be sent for making as soon as the order is confirmed 2. Time required to complete the order will be emailed to you depending upon the order Volume. 3. Minimal Quantity Requirement are set so as to give you best price possible.

    Woolen Angry Bird Cap

    $5.00
    Hand knitted woolen caps made in various rural villages of Kathmandu. 1. We don’t keep these products in physical stock. Hence your order will be sent for making as soon as the order is confirmed 2. Time required to complete the order will be emailed to you depending upon the order Volume. 3. Minimal Quantity Requirement are set so as to give you best price possible.

    Woolen Beaver Animal Cap

    $5.00
    Hand knitted woolen caps made in various rural villages of Kathmandu. 1. We don’t keep these products in physical stock. Hence your order will be sent for making as soon as the order is confirmed 2. Time required to complete the order will be emailed to you depending upon the order Volume. 3. Minimal Quantity Requirement are set so as to give you best price possible.

    Duck Woolen Cap

    $5.00
    Hand knitted woolen caps made in various rural villages of Kathmandu. 1. We don't keep these products in physical stock. Hence your order will be sent for making as soon as the order is confirmed 2. Time required to complete the order will be emailed to you depending upon the order Volume. 3. Minimal Quantity Requirement are set so as to give you best price possible.

    Copper Ratna Mandala offering Gold and Silver Plated, Fine Quality

    $110.00
    The mandala offering is an extremely powerful method for accumulating extensive merit and receiving realizations such as bodhicitta and emptiness quickly. Just as great strength is needed to carry a heavy load, a great amount of merit is needed to lead all sentient beings to enlightenment. There's nothing that can be offered with your hands that is more meritorious than offering mandalas. The Tibetan term for mandala is khyil-khor, which means "taking the essence." The essence you take is the whole path from guru devotion to enlightenment. That's what you get from doing this practice, plus the result: the unification of dharmakaya and rupakaya. Therefore by doing this practice you receive inconceivable temporal and ultimate happiness.

    Medium Copper Ratna Mandala offering with Carving and Antique Finishing

    $70.00
    The mandala offering is an extremely powerful method for accumulating extensive merit and receiving realizations such as bodhicitta and emptiness quickly. Just as great strength is needed to carry a heavy load, a great amount of merit is needed to lead all sentient beings to enlightenment. There's nothing that can be offered with your hands that is more meritorious than offering mandalas. The Tibetan term for mandala is khyil-khor, which means "taking the essence." The essence you take is the whole path from guru devotion to enlightenment. That's what you get from doing this practice, plus the result: the unification of dharmakaya and rupakaya. Therefore by doing this practice you receive inconceivable temporal and ultimate happiness.

    Large Copper Ratna Mandala offering with Carving and Antique Finishing

    $90.00
    The mandala offering is an extremely powerful method for accumulating extensive merit and receiving realizations such as bodhicitta and emptiness quickly. Just as great strength is needed to carry a heavy load, a great amount of merit is needed to lead all sentient beings to enlightenment. There's nothing that can be offered with your hands that is more meritorious than offering mandalas. The Tibetan term for mandala is khyil-khor, which means "taking the essence." The essence you take is the whole path from guru devotion to enlightenment. That's what you get from doing this practice, plus the result: the unification of dharmakaya and rupakaya. Therefore by doing this practice you receive inconceivable temporal and ultimate happiness.

    Copper Ratna Mandala offering, Medium,15 x 5cm

    $35.00
    The mandala offering is an extremely powerful method for accumulating extensive merit and receiving realizations such as bodhicitta and emptiness quickly. Just as great strength is needed to carry a heavy load, a great amount of merit is needed to lead all sentient beings to enlightenment. There's nothing that can be offered with your hands that is more meritorious than offering mandalas. The Tibetan term for mandala is khyil-khor, which means "taking the essence." The essence you take is the whole path from guru devotion to enlightenment. That's what you get from doing this practice, plus the result: the unification of dharmakaya and rupakaya. Therefore by doing this practice you receive inconceivable temporal and ultimate happiness.

    Copper Ratna Mandala offering , Small, 12.5 x 3.5cm

    $25.00
    The mandala offering is an extremely powerful method for accumulating extensive merit and receiving realizations such as bodhicitta and emptiness quickly. Just as great strength is needed to carry a heavy load, a great amount of merit is needed to lead all sentient beings to enlightenment. There's nothing that can be offered with your hands that is more meritorious than offering mandalas. The Tibetan term for mandala is khyil-khor, which means "taking the essence." The essence you take is the whole path from guru devotion to enlightenment. That's what you get from doing this practice, plus the result: the unification of dharmakaya and rupakaya. Therefore by doing this practice you receive inconceivable temporal and ultimate happiness.

    Copper Ratna Mandala offering , Extra Small, 10 x 5cm

    $18.00
    The mandala offering is an extremely powerful method for accumulating extensive merit and receiving realizations such as bodhicitta and emptiness quickly. Just as great strength is needed to carry a heavy load, a great amount of merit is needed to lead all sentient beings to enlightenment. There's nothing that can be offered with your hands that is more meritorious than offering mandalas. The Tibetan term for mandala is khyil-khor, which means "taking the essence." The essence you take is the whole path from guru devotion to enlightenment. That's what you get from doing this practice, plus the result: the unification of dharmakaya and rupakaya. Therefore by doing this practice you receive inconceivable temporal and ultimate happiness.

    Copper Ratna Mandala offering Full Silver Plated Real Stone with Filgure

    $1,000.00
    The mandala offering is an extremely powerful method for accumulating extensive merit and receiving realizations such as bodhicitta and emptiness quickly. Just as great strength is needed to carry a heavy load, a great amount of merit is needed to lead all sentient beings to enlightenment. There's nothing that can be offered with your hands that is more meritorious than offering mandalas. The Tibetan term for mandala is khyil-khor, which means "taking the essence." The essence you take is the whole path from guru devotion to enlightenment. That's what you get from doing this practice, plus the result: the unification of dharmakaya and rupakaya. Therefore by doing this practice you receive inconceivable temporal and ultimate happiness.

    Copper Ratna Mandala offering Full Silver Plated with Astha Mangal

    $400.00
    The mandala offering is an extremely powerful method for accumulating extensive merit and receiving realizations such as bodhicitta and emptiness quickly. Just as great strength is needed to carry a heavy load, a great amount of merit is needed to lead all sentient beings to enlightenment. There's nothing that can be offered with your hands that is more meritorious than offering mandalas. The Tibetan term for mandala is khyil-khor, which means "taking the essence." The essence you take is the whole path from guru devotion to enlightenment. That's what you get from doing this practice, plus the result: the unification of dharmakaya and rupakaya. Therefore by doing this practice you receive inconceivable temporal and ultimate happiness.

    Copper Ratna Mandala offering Silver and Gold Plated

    $300.00
    The mandala offering is an extremely powerful method for accumulating extensive merit and receiving realizations such as bodhicitta and emptiness quickly. Just as great strength is needed to carry a heavy load, a great amount of merit is needed to lead all sentient beings to enlightenment. There's nothing that can be offered with your hands that is more meritorious than offering mandalas. The Tibetan term for mandala is khyil-khor, which means "taking the essence." The essence you take is the whole path from guru devotion to enlightenment. That's what you get from doing this practice, plus the result: the unification of dharmakaya and rupakaya. Therefore by doing this practice you receive inconceivable temporal and ultimate happiness.

    Copper Ratna Mandala offering On Top of A Plate Full Silver Plated

    $1,000.00
    The mandala offering is an extremely powerful method for accumulating extensive merit and receiving realizations such as bodhicitta and emptiness quickly. Just as great strength is needed to carry a heavy load, a great amount of merit is needed to lead all sentient beings to enlightenment. There's nothing that can be offered with your hands that is more meritorious than offering mandalas. The Tibetan term for mandala is khyil-khor, which means "taking the essence." The essence you take is the whole path from guru devotion to enlightenment. That's what you get from doing this practice, plus the result: the unification of dharmakaya and rupakaya. Therefore by doing this practice you receive inconceivable temporal and ultimate happiness.

    Copper Ratna Mandala offering Silver and Gold Plated with Astha Mangala Carving

    $900.00
    The mandala offering is an extremely powerful method for accumulating extensive merit and receiving realizations such as bodhicitta and emptiness quickly. Just as great strength is needed to carry a heavy load, a great amount of merit is needed to lead all sentient beings to enlightenment. There's nothing that can be offered with your hands that is more meritorious than offering mandalas. The Tibetan term for mandala is khyil-khor, which means "taking the essence." The essence you take is the whole path from guru devotion to enlightenment. That's what you get from doing this practice, plus the result: the unification of dharmakaya and rupakaya. Therefore by doing this practice you receive inconceivable temporal and ultimate happiness.

    Tibetan Flat Gong, with Om Mani Padme Hum Design

    $230.00
    A gong is an East and Southeast Asian musical percussion instrument that takes the form of a flat, circular metal disc which is hit with a mallet. The gong traces its roots back to the Bronze Age around 3500 BC. The term gong originated in Java. Scientific and archaeological research has established that Burma, China, Java and Annam were the four main gong manufacturing centres of the ancient world. The gong later found its way into the Western World in the 18th century when it was also used in the percussion section of a Western-style symphony orchestra. A form of bronze cauldron gong known as a resting bell was widely used in ancient Greece and Rome, for instance in the famous Oracle of Dodona, where disc gongs were also used.

    Jade Stone offering Bowls with Astamangal Design Carved on Silver,

    $350.00
    The most common type of offering on Tibetan Buddhist shrines are made with seven water offering bowls called yonchap in Tibetan. The main point of any offerings is a pure motivation to cultivate generosity and to reduce our selfishness, stinginess, and greed. We seek to give with an open, pure heart, with no attachment to what we are giving, and with no motivation of receiving something in return.

    Large Copper offering Bowl with Stand and Hand Carving 7 Pcs Set, Gold Plated Oxidized, 10 cm

    $210.00
    The most common type of offering on Tibetan Buddhist shrines are made with seven water offering bowls called yonchap in Tibetan. The main point of any offerings is a pure motivation to cultivate generosity and to reduce our selfishness, stinginess, and greed. We seek to give with an open, pure heart, with no attachment to what we are giving, and with no motivation of receiving something in return.

    Large Copper offering Bowl with Stand and Hand Carving 7 Pcs Set, Gold and Silver Plated, 10 cm

    $200.00
    The most common type of offering on Tibetan Buddhist shrines are made with seven water offering bowls called yonchap in Tibetan. The main point of any offerings is a pure motivation to cultivate generosity and to reduce our selfishness, stinginess, and greed. We seek to give with an open, pure heart, with no attachment to what we are giving, and with no motivation of receiving something in return.

    Small Copper offering Bowl with Stand and Hand Carving 7 Pcs Set, Gold and Silver Plated, 7.5 cm

    $150.00
    The most common type of offering on Tibetan Buddhist shrines are made with seven water offering bowls called yonchap in Tibetan. The main point of any offerings is a pure motivation to cultivate generosity and to reduce our selfishness, stinginess, and greed. We seek to give with an open, pure heart, with no attachment to what we are giving, and with no motivation of receiving something in return.

    Small Copper offering Bowl with Stand and Hand Carving 7 Pcs Set, 7.5 cm

    $60.00
    The most common type of offering on Tibetan Buddhist shrines are made with seven water offering bowls called yonchap in Tibetan. The main point of any offerings is a pure motivation to cultivate generosity and to reduce our selfishness, stinginess, and greed. We seek to give with an open, pure heart, with no attachment to what we are giving, and with no motivation of receiving something in return.

    Small Copper offering Bowl with Stand and Hand Carving 7 Pcs Set, In Antique Finishing,

    $60.00
    The most common type of offering on Tibetan Buddhist shrines are made with seven water offering bowls called yonchap in Tibetan. The main point of any offerings is a pure motivation to cultivate generosity and to reduce our selfishness, stinginess, and greed. We seek to give with an open, pure heart, with no attachment to what we are giving, and with no motivation of receiving something in return.

    Large Copper offering Bowl with Stand and Hand Carving 7 Pcs Set, In Antique Finishing, 10 cm

    $100.00
    The most common type of offering on Tibetan Buddhist shrines are made with seven water offering bowls called yonchap in Tibetan. The main point of any offerings is a pure motivation to cultivate generosity and to reduce our selfishness, stinginess, and greed. We seek to give with an open, pure heart, with no attachment to what we are giving, and with no motivation of receiving something in return.

    Large Copper offering Bowl with Stand and Hand Carving 7 Pcs Set, 10 cm

    $100.00
    The most common type of offering on Tibetan Buddhist shrines are made with seven water offering bowls called yonchap in Tibetan. The main point of any offerings is a pure motivation to cultivate generosity and to reduce our selfishness, stinginess, and greed. We seek to give with an open, pure heart, with no attachment to what we are giving, and with no motivation of receiving something in return.

    Copper offering Bowls, 7 Pieces Set , Small, 7.5 cm

    $12.00
    The most common type of offering on Tibetan Buddhist shrines are made with seven water offering bowls called yonchap in Tibetan. The main point of any offerings is a pure motivation to cultivate generosity and to reduce our selfishness, stinginess, and greed. We seek to give with an open, pure heart, with no attachment to what we are giving, and with no motivation of receiving something in return.

    Small Copper offering Bowl and Hand Carving 7 Pcs Set, 8.5 cm

    $60.00
    The most common type of offering on Tibetan Buddhist shrines are made with seven water offering bowls called yonchap in Tibetan. The main point of any offerings is a pure motivation to cultivate generosity and to reduce our selfishness, stinginess, and greed. We seek to give with an open, pure heart, with no attachment to what we are giving, and with no motivation of receiving something in return.

    Brass offering Bowls, 7 Pieces Set , Tiny, 4.5 cm

    $11.00
    The most common type of offering on Tibetan Buddhist shrines are made with seven water offering bowls called yonchap in Tibetan. The main point of any offerings is a pure motivation to cultivate generosity and to reduce our selfishness, stinginess, and greed. We seek to give with an open, pure heart, with no attachment to what we are giving, and with no motivation of receiving something in return.

    Brass offering Bowls, 7 Pieces Set , Large, 9 cm

    $26.00
    The most common type of offering on Tibetan Buddhist shrines are made with seven water offering bowls called yonchap in Tibetan. The main point of any offerings is a pure motivation to cultivate generosity and to reduce our selfishness, stinginess, and greed. We seek to give with an open, pure heart, with no attachment to what we are giving, and with no motivation of receiving something in return.

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