❤This beautiful yak bone stamp is made by Tibetan craftsmen and come from Hepo Town, Baiyu County, the birthplace of the famous Tibetan handicrafts,30 years old.
The content of the seal is OM Pattern, dharma of tibetan buddhism.
The shape of the seal is a half vajra.
2 copper wires inlaid at the bottom.
You can make it into a necklace or keyring pendant wear everday,also can be used as an ornament, Figurines & Knick Knacks, as decor on your desk or bookcase.
❤All our crafts are directly handmade from Tibet.
When you purchase this craft it helps and support the artisan and their families in Tibet.
Your support is highly appreciated.
Material:tibetan yak bone
Height:31mm /1.22" Inches
Width: 21mm /0.83" Inches
You'll get 1* Seal as pictures shown
❤ABOUT TIBETAN SEAL
Seals are printing stamps and impressions thereof - used for centuries in East Asia - often in lieu of signatures as a stamp of authorship. They may function to represent a family, business, organisation or individual, and may be scriptural or pictorial designs.
❤ABOUT OM PATTERN
Om or Aum (About this soundlisten; ॐ, ओ३म्, IAST: Ōṃ , Tamil: ௐ, ஓம்) is the sound of a sacred spiritual symbol in Indian religions. It signifies the essence of the ultimate reality, consciousness or Atman.More broadly, it is a syllable that is chanted either independently or before a spiritual recitation in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism.The meaning and connotations of Om vary between the diverse schools within and across the various traditions. It is also part of the iconography found in ancient and medieval era manuscripts, temples, monasteries and spiritual retreats in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism.
In Hinduism, Om is one of the most important spiritual symbols.It refers to Atman (soul, self within) and Brahman (ultimate reality, entirety of the universe, truth, divine, supreme spirit, cosmic principles, knowledge).The syllable is often found at the beginning and the end of chapters in the Vedas, the Upanishads, and other Hindu texts.It is a sacred spiritual incantation made before and during the recitation of spiritual texts, during puja and private prayers, in ceremonies of rites of passage (sanskara) such as weddings, and sometimes during meditative and spiritual activities such as Yoga.
The syllable Om is also referred to as onkara (ओङ्कार, oṅkāra), omkara (ओंकार, oṃkāra) and pranav/pranava (प्रणव, praṇava).