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Drashi Lhamo,1.9" × 1.5"

Drashi Lhamo,1.9" × 1.5"

⏱Vintage: 1990s

☞Handmade: 100%

⚒Materials: Copper

☲Size: 1.9" × 1.5"

Regular price $59.99 USD
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❤This unique Drashi Lhamo amulet pendant was collected from Rejia County.
It is made of copper,painted color,size is about 1.9 × 1.5 inches, the front is Drashi Lhamo and the back is tibetan letter,means :mind,body,speach.
Drashi Lhamo is auspicious god of wealth incarnated in the world,you can make it a pendant,or just put into your shrine.


  • Material:copper
  • Size:
  • Height:48mm / 1.9 inch
  • Width: 38mm / 1.5 inch

❤ABOUT Drashi Lhamo
The wrathful protector Drashi Lhamo is regarded as a form of Shri Devi. She resides in the Drashi Gon temple in Lhasa, Tibet. The temple was originally constructed at the request of the Tibetan ruler Pholane in the mid to late 18th century and is located half way between the Barkor of central Lhasa and the sprawling Sera Monastery to the north-east. The temple was also in close proximity to the Chinese embassy of the time. Sera Monastery also has a small Gonkang temple in the Barkor surrounding the Lhasa Tsuglhakang. In this small temple there is included with the other minor protectors of Sera Monastery a clay image of Drashi Lhamo.

The name of the temple 'Four Monks' reflects the number of appointed staff who were selected from Sera Monastery nearby. The function of the temple and duties of the monks were to offer up prayers for the well being of the Qianlong Emperor (1711-1799) of China.

The special protector of the temple is known as Drashi Lhamo - Goddess of the Four Monks. Legend states that at one time in the not so distant past the four monks of Drashi Gon Temple noticed a deity flying in the sky from the direction of India and heading towards China. Through the power of their prayers they were able to invite the deity to their temple where daily offerings have been made ever since - and she has remained.

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