Objets et decoration bouddhiste
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Most Tibetan Buddhist ritual implements and sacrificial objects were cast in gold, silver or copper, in addition to those made of wood, bone, stone, shells, cloth, silks and brocade. They constitute an important part of the treasure house of Tibetan Buddhism.These objects used for decorative purpose reveals the eternal glory of the historical culture of Buddhism.
Objets et decoration bouddhiste, we ahve a wide variety of various different cultural objects from Buddhism.Our huge range of decorative objects for the home will have something for you,Various Statues. (Traditional),Traditional Paintings of Buddhists objects, Musical Instruments, Incense Holders and Burn sticks, Tibetan herbal Incense, Antiques Wooden Masks & other wooden objects, Batiks & banners, Enormous Key Boxes, Exotic Shade days, Photo Frames, Tibetan tables, Boxes Tibetan Traditional, Tibetan flags, Earthenware Hindu Gods and Goddesses, Books of Buddhist Monks & many more other beautiful Objets et décoration bouddhiste. Decorative items are a simple way to give your home a quick makeover.
Statues of Buddha:
Tibetan Buddhism. During the reign of Emperor Qianlong, large numbers of statues of Buddha and ritual musical instruments were brought to the court as tributes. They are still found in the Palace Museum today.
Most of the ritual musical instruments and sacrificial objects collected by the Palace Museum belong to treasures collected by the palaces of various generations of the Dalai Lama.
Four Kinds of Ritual Musical Instruments
Mandala: In the ancient time, Tantric followers often built a clay altar in the shape of a circle or square to block invading evil spirits. Standing atop the altar, they invited the Past, Present and Future Buddha’s to participate in their ritual work, and drew portraits of these Buddha’s on the altar. Gradually, the Mandala came into being.
The Mandala is one of the sacrificial objects extensively used and serving as the place wherein various kinds of Buddha’s reside. Offering sacrifice to the Mandala originally meant paying homage to the Buddha, Buddhist doctrine and monks.
The two Mandalas collected by the Palace Museum fall into the same category: one, a gold piece hollow inside, is of five layers composed of auspicious treasures and other patterns; and the other, with a silver base and top, is pierced together with red corals.
Dharma Wheels: Worshipping such wheels is intended to bring everlasting spiritual blessings. Often seen Dharma Wheels include Wheels With Eight Spokes and Wheel With 1,000 Spokes. In Tibetan Buddhism, they are taken as symbols of objects held in the hands of Songtsan Gambo and the 5th Dalai Lama. They look similar in their outside shape.
Decorations made of wire and metal for all occasions. No matter whether spring, summer, autumn or winter, we have for all seasons the matching pieces. Designer flower or masks,khatas etc etc. We manufacture our decorative articles by hand and directly from Nepal only.
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