Metal Khatvanga Axe | Symbolic Tibetan Ritual Instrument

SKU: 4952ECTibetanAxe

  • Unique Work of Art (One of a kind)
  • Multiple Reproduction of the Original Thangka
  • Unique Work of Art (One of a kind)
  • Multiple Reproduction of the Original Thangka
  • Unique Work of Art (One of a kind)
  • Multiple Reproduction of the Original Thangka
  • Unique Work of Art (One of a kind)
  • Multiple Reproduction of the Original Thangka
  • Unique Work of Art (One of a kind)
  • Multiple Reproduction of the Original Thangka
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    Metal Khatvanga Axe

    About Our Product

    With our Metal Khatvanga Axe, you can explore the mystical realms of Tibetan tradition. This axe, handcrafted from a combination of iron, silver, brass, and copper, is more than just a piece of metal; it's a whisper from ancient Tibetan lore, a tangible representation of mythology brought to life. Each curve and etching on the axe tell a story, drawing you into a world where spirituality and art collide.

    In the hands of master artisans, robust iron transforms into lustrous silver, warm brass, and radiant copper in an exquisite metal dance. This axe exemplifies the timeless art of metalwork, where each stitch and meld is a creative stroke that captures the essence of Tibetan esoteric traditions. It is not simply crafted; it is created with passion and precision.

    This Khatvanga Axe, standing at a majestic 66cm, is a light for people who value the mysterious and the sacred. It is more than just an item; it is a doorway into the past and a focal point that draws attention to itself in any area intended for introspection or appreciation of culture. The seeker, collector, and connoisseur of the distinctive tapestry of Tibetan heritage will find resonance in this axe.

    Introduction to Khatvanga Axe

    The khatvanga, also spelled "khadga" or "khadgaṅka," is a ritual tool used in Tibetan Buddhism and other Vajrayana traditions. It is commonly referred to as a symbolic or ritual axe. The khatvanga is typically made of a long shaft with three severed heads arranged in a triangular pattern at the top. In Buddhism, each head represents the overcoming of the ego as well as the three poisons. The khatvanga is associated with several deities, including Chakrasamvara and Vajrayogini. Practitioners incorporate it into ceremonies and rituals as a spiritual tool for cutting through ignorance and attachment, promoting enlightenment and the realization of emptiness.

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    Size: 66cm(Height) x 24cm(Width)
    Weight: 2.96kg
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    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