"Om Mani Padme Hum" Ashtamangala Swastika Vajra Silver Scroll Locket

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"Om Mani Padme Hum" Nepalese Lanydza Script Silver Scroll Locket | MANTRAPIECE

An astounding 925 sterling silver scroll locket designed in the shape of a Prayer Wheel and the tip of a Vajra. This scroll locket is also engraved with the Om Mani Padme Hum mantra in the Nepalese Lanydza script, the auspicious Swastika symbol and the Ashtamangala (Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism). The absolute perfect locket for your most sacred mantra, text or image.

  • Material: 925 Sterling silver
  • Colors: Silvers
  • Process: Handcrafted
  • Jewelry Type: Scroll locket
  • Height: 56mm
  • Width: 15mm
  • Weight: 35g

OM Mani Padme Hum Mantra Nepalese Lanydza Script | MANTRAPIECE The "Om Mani Padme Hum" mantra in the Nepalese Lanydza script. The Om Mani Padme Hum mantra is one of the most sacred, revered and chanted mantras in all of Buddhism. Many Buddhist practitioners and pilgrims recite this mantra hundreds or even thousands of times a day. This mantra can be found printed on prayer flags. Carved or painted on small or large stones. Inserted into scroll lockets. Written or engraved on Buddhist prayer wheels, statues, and jewelry such as pendants, medallions, bangles and rings. The Om Mani Padme Hum mantra is commonly translated as

"The jewel is in the lotus".

However, there is no exact meaning for the Om Mani Padme Hum mantra. As the spiritual meaning extends beyond the literal meaning of its syllables. It is ultimately believed that every one of the Buddha’s teachings resides within this one powerful mantra. And whether chanted aloud or silently spoken to oneself, written down or viewed in written form, will invoke within the innately loving qualities of one's true nature ~ unconditional love and compassion. Om is believed to be the sound of universal creation. Mani means "jewel". Padme refers to the sacred lotus flower. And Hum means "the spirit of enlightenment.

Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism | MANTRAPIECE The Ashtamangala, otherwise known as the "Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism". The Ashtamangala is a sacred suit of eight auspicious signs or symbols. In Buddhism, these symbols are considered to be a teaching tool, which points to the attainable qualities of enlightenment. They are also considered to be symbols of good fortune and symbolize the offerings made to Buddha by the gods when he attained enlightenment. The Parasol represents "Royalty and Great Spiritual Power". The Two Golden Fishes represent "Good Fortune, Fertility, Salvation and Fearlessness". Treasure Vase represents "Spiritual and Material Abundance". The Lotus Flower represents "Mental and Spiritual Purity". Conch Shell represents "Deliverance from Ignorance". The Endless Knot represents the "Infinite Wisdom of the Buddha. The Victory Banner represents "Victory of the Buddha's Teachings and Wisdom over Ignorance". And the Dharma Wheel represents the "Teachings of the Buddha".

Swastika | MANTRAPIECE The Swastika symbol symbolizes divinity. Since ancient times, the Swastika symbol has been used as a symbol of spirituality, good luck, and prosperity in various Indian religions, Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism throughout Nepal, India, Mongolia, China and Japan.

Given the nature in which our products are created, rather they be ethnic-made Tibetan prayer beads, rare dzi beads, or Nepali silver jewelry, each of our products are of outstanding quality and craftsmanship. And so, we offer a full one year return on all purchases that become defective.

We require 3 to 5 business days to prepare the product and the shipment. During these 5 days, we will process the order and confirm legitimacy of the transaction. While we are processing the order, we will also conduct a routine quality check on the product, just to ensure there are no potential quality issues.

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