About Our Bell
Introducing our Brass Bell, a masterpiece meticulously handcrafted from pure brass. Standing at a height of 12cm, this exquisite bell is not just an instrument but a symbol of tradition and grace that enhances your sacred space.
With its polished brass body, this bell exudes an aura of purity and authenticity. Its elegant design and compact size make it a versatile addition to your rituals, allowing you to infuse your ceremonies with the timeless charm of traditional craftsmanship.
The sound of this Brass Bell carries a resonance of reverence, inviting you to immerse yourself in moments of reflection, meditation, or prayer. Its presence on your altar or in your sacred space adds a touch of elegance and spirituality to your daily practice.
Elevate your spiritual moments with the grace and authenticity of this exquisite Brass Bell. Embrace its timeless beauty and let its soothing sound guide you on your spiritual journey. Order your Brass Bell now and experience the resonance of tradition and spirituality in your life.
Introduction to Vajra & Bell
The vajra means "diamond" or "lightning" in Sanskrit, is an important symbol and ritual instrument in Hinduism and more in the Buddhist tradition Vajrayana ("diamond way") to which it gave its name.
Tibetan Dorje represents the indestructibility and efficiency that overcome all obstacles. Symbolically, Dorje Vajra destroys ignorance. In Tibetan Buddhist rituals, the vajra is often used with the bell, representing the masculine and the feminine, the ying and the yang, the effective action, and the compassion. The shape of the Tibetan Dorje is symmetrical, the two pyramidal heads representing samsara and Nirvana, which cancel each other out in its center thanks to the ring of Emptiness. Having a Dorje at home would have positive virtues against the various attacks we suffer.
The bell or drills is the feminine aspect of the perfection of wisdom, which directly realizes emptiness.
The Vajra or Dorje represents the male aspect as a method or skillful means, the indestructible nature of the absolute. Together they symbolize the blessing mandala of a practitioner’s main yidam deity.
Size 12 cm(Height) x 6 cm(width)
Total Weight: 0.14 kg
How to set up your own Buddhist Shrine?
-Find a clean, quiet, and uncluttered spot.
-Set up an altar table, and cover it with an altar cloth that calls to you.
-Place your sacred item (statue, thangka, or a picture of Buddha) at the center.