Vajra Silver Pendant
Imagine wearing a silver Vajra pendant that in some way invoked within you the necessary fortitude to remain in a state of intense spiritual power and control. This Vajra pendant is symbolic of "Firmness of Spirit and Spiritual Power". The Vajra (or dorje in Tibetan) is a ritual weapon used in Dharma traditions of Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism. It symbolizes the properties of a diamond, which is indestructible, and a thunderbolt which is a force of nature unreckoned with. In Indian mythology, the Vajra is the weapon of the Indian Vedic rain and thunder-deity Indra.
- Material: 925 Sterling silver
- Colors: Silvers
- Process: Handmade
- Jewelry Type: Pendant
- Height: 66mm
- Width: 18mm
- Weight: 26grams
Please Note: Any string, rope or chain shown in the images are not included with the product.
The Vajra is a kind of weapon used by the Indian Vedic rain and thunder-deity Indra. In Indian mythology, It symbolizes the properties of a diamond, which means "Indestructibility", and a thunderbolt which means "irresistible force". And it is considered as one of the most powerful weapons in the universe. In Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism, the Vajra is used as a ritual object to symbolize firmness of spirit and spiritual power.
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.