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Phurba - 2.2"

Phurba - 2.2"

⏱Vintage: 1990s

☞Handmade: 100%

⚒Materials: Thokcha

☲Size: 2.2" × 0.24"

Regular price $19.99 USD
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❤This vintage Phurba pendant was collected from Rega Monastery(Baiyu,Tibet),handmade of copper.
It has a statue of Vajrapani on the top and a phurba on the lower part, measuring about 2.36 inches by 0.47 inch.
The phurba is associated with the practice of the meditational deity (Sanskrit ishtadevata, Tibetan yidam) Vajrakilaya (Tibetan Dorje Phurba) or Vajrakila (वज्रकील).
You can make them into necklace, or keychain, or just put on your desk,as an ornament.


  • 100% Handmade
  • Pendant material:thokcha
  • Pattern: Dorje Phurba
  • Length:56mm / 2.2 inches
  • Diameter:6mm / 0.24 inches

    ❤Free Gift :

    • Black Cowhide Cord
    • Length:68cm / 26.8inches
    • Width:4mm / 0.16inches

        You'll get 1 phurba as pictures shown.

        ❤ABOUT Kila,Dorje Phurba
        The kila or phurba is a three-sided peg, stake, knife, or nail-like ritual implement traditionally associated with Indo-Tibetan Buddhism, Bon, and Indian Vedic traditions.

        The fabrication of kila is quite diverse. Having pommel, handle, and blade,kila are often segmented into suites of triunes on both the horizontal and vertical axes, though there are notable exceptions.
        This compositional arrangement highlights the numerological importance and spiritual energy of the integers three (3) and nine (9).
        Kīla may be constituted and constructed of different materials and material components, such as wood, metal, clay, bone, gems, horn or crystal.

        The magic of the Magical Dagger comes from the effect that the material object has on the realm of the spirit. The art of tantric magicians or lamas lies in their visionary ability to comprehend the spiritual energy of the material object and to willfully focus it in a determined direction. . . The tantric use of the phurba encompasses the curing of disease, exorcism, killing demons, meditation, consecrations (puja), and weather-making. The blade of the phurba is used for the destruction of demonic powers. The top end of the phurba is used by the tantrikas for blessings.

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