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Gandhanra Antique Tibetan Buddhist Amulet,A Tibetan vajra (club) and tribu (bell),50 years old

Gandhanra Antique Tibetan Buddhist Amulet,A Tibetan vajra (club) and tribu (bell),50 years old





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❤This vajra badge is collect from Regong county Tibet for 50 years old,it's a handmade old badge,amulet pandent, made of copper, the shape is a Tibetan vajra (club) and tribu (bell).
You can make it into a pendant, or a keychain, or just put it on your desk,as an ornament.
100% Handmade
Pendant material:copper
Pattern: vajra and bell
Length: 45mm /1.77 inches
Width: 32mm /1.26 inches
Weight: 22g / 0.77oz
❤ABOUT Thokcha
Thunder Iron Thokcha (Tibetan: ཐོག་ལྕགས, གནམ་ལྕགས) are tektites and meteorites which serve as amulets.Typically high in iron content, also called Thunder Iron,Cold Iron.<br data-mce-fragment="1">Thogchags or Thokcha are worn as amulets by Tibetans, specifically people of the Himalayan regions.<br data-mce-fragment="1">Created in several forms, they often depict tantric deities, sacred animals, auspicious symbols, and mantras. Many represent ritual supports such as a mirror, phurba, or vajra. Some pieces may be abstract in nature, and the meaning of the form has since been lost in antiquity.Other Thokcha were simply used as ancient arrow points, buckles, body armour, or even old horse trappings.
❤ ABOUT Tibetan Bell and Vajra
In Buddhism, the vajra is the symbol of Vajrayana, one of the three major schools of Buddhism. Vajrayana is translated as "Thunderbolt Way" or "Diamond Way" and can imply the thunderbolt experience of Buddhist enlightenment or bodhi. It also implies indestructibility,just as diamonds are harder than other gemstones.
In Tantric Buddhism (Vajrayana) the vajra and tribu (bell)are used in many rites by a lama or any Vajrayana practitioner of sadhana. The vajra is a male polysemic symbol that represents many things for the tantrika. The vajra is representative of upaya (skilful means) whereas its companion tool, the bell which is a female symbol, denotes prajna (wisdom).
Some deities are shown holding each the vajra and bell in separate hands, symbolizing the union of the forces of compassion and wisdom, respectively. Vajrasattva holds the vajra in his right hand and a bell in his left hand.

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