Buddhist Crystal Kapala
Our product is entirely hand-hammered from copper. The cup's top is made using the Seku metal wire method. The vajra and the cup are composed of crystal. The turquoise stones inlaid beneath the vajra are of the greatest quality. Other semi-precious stones covering Kapala include Emerald, Ruby, Emitted Coral, and different green stones.
Introduction to Kapala
The skull cup Kapala is used in tantric ritual practices to represent the transformation of delusion into perfect wisdom. The skull also symbolizes Great Bliss and is a potent symbol of impermanence. Traditionally crafted and handmade, it is one of the principal practice supports of the Tibetan Buddhist or Vajrayana yogin. In Kathmandu, Newars offer alcoholic beverages pouring inside the skull, especially to Bhairav god, to please god for a prosperous life.
Size: 27.5cm(Height) and 24cm(Base)
How to set up your own Buddhist Shrine?
• Find a clean, quiet, and uncluttered spot
• Set up an altar table, cover it with an altar cloth that calls to you
• Place your sacred item at the center