Incense Burner | Traditional Burner | Ritual Item

SKU: 122TKIncenseBurner


Incense Burner, Buddhist Burner

About Our Ritual Item:

The Incense Burner is a rectangular ceramic block with a Dharma Wheel and two Deer on top. It is adorned with Buddhist motifs such as the 8 Auspicious Symbol. Makara is also carved on the four corners of the burner. Makara is an ancient power symbol. Most are open vessels, like a deep bowl, with a handle on each side. This large Incense container is typically made of silver and pure 24K gold and decorated with enamel details.

Introduction To Incense Burner :

Incense is one of the most often utilized ceremonial artifacts in Nepali houses and temples, as well as on other occasions. It is primarily utilized as a fragrant offering to the deity, but it is also used to create a pleasant scented ambience in your surroundings. However, when incense is burned, it becomes difficult to place the burnt incense in your room and manage the ashes from the incense. As a result, we provide a long-term solution for incense burners and holders.

Size: 36cm/14"(Height), 45cm/17.7" (Base)
Depth: 7cm
Weight: 2.648kg (approximately)


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