Citipati Bone Carved | Tibetan Skeleton Dancer for Meditation and Spiritual Spaces

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Citipati Bone Carved

About our ritual item

Carefully crafted from Yak bone that has been ethically sourced, the Citipati Bone Carving is a one-of-a-kind and enthralling piece of art. The fine details of the Citipati, the Lord of the Cemetery, are meticulously carved into each piece, guaranteeing that it is vividly brought to life. The meticulous carving highlights the artists' talent and commitment while emphasizing the Citipati's enormous cultural and spiritual significance in Buddhist traditions.

This bone carving is a significant relic with a wealth of symbolic importance in addition to being an eye-catching decorative item. Often portrayed as dancing skeletons, the Citipati symbolize the cyclical nature of death and rebirth as well as the transience of life. A profoundly reflective and spiritually enlightening addition to any collection, this handcrafted sculpture serves as a moving reminder of these concepts.

Introduction To Chitipati :

A well-known deity in Tibetan Buddhism, particularly in the Vajrayana or Tantric tradition, is Chitipati, which is also called Citipati. Chitipati is frequently portrayed as a dancing skeletal figure and is known as the "Lord of the Cemetery" or the "Cemetery Guardian." This representation symbolizes the impermanence of life and the inevitability of death, central themes in Buddhist teachings.

Size: 16.5 cm(Height) x 4 cm(Width)
Weight: 0.064 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.