Very fine five-pronged vajra with four makara, plus a central prong.
By Kronbali.
Category: Decor, Ritual Objects

In stock

SKU: RI-OB-013 Category: Tags: , , ,

The Vajra, also called by its Tibetan name, Dorje, is a ritual instrument representing the masculine force.
In Tibetan ritual, the Vajra often is used together with a bell. The Vajra is held in the left hand and represents the male principle, Upaya, action or means. The bell is held in the right hand and represents the female principle, Prajna, wisdom.
Combined with the Ghanta bell or not, the vajra is a beautiful and highly symbolic addition to one’s temple.

Material: bronze.
Origin: Tibet.
Epoch: vintage.
Length: 9cm
Width: 2 cm

Additional Information
Weight 0.065 kg
Dimensions 9 × 2 cm