Tibetan Crystal Phurba | Ritual Dagger for Energy Clearing and Protection

SKU: 5197TBPPhurba


Tibetan Crystal Phurba

About Our Ritual Dragger

Measuring an impressive 30cm, the Tibetan Crystal Phurba is a masterfully handcrafted copper body covered in 24k gold plating. This piece, with its gold plating highlighting the fine details and artistry, represents an opulent fusion of traditional Tibetan craftsmanship and spiritual elegance.

The Phurba's design revolves around a three-sided crystal point and crystal vajra, which represent light, clarity, and the spiritual will to sever ignorance. The ancient symbolism of the Phurba is strengthened by these crystal components, making it an effective tool for rituals and meditation.

This Tibetan Crystal Phurba is an important artifact that connects divine intent with earthly craftsmanship. It serves as a potent reminder to engage in spiritual practice. Its aesthetic beauty and profound symbolic meaning make it ideal for collectors and practitioners. Its presence and spiritual power enliven any space.

Introduction To skull Headed Phurba :

The ceremonial dagger (Kila in Sanskrit; Phurba in Tibetan) is crucial for banishing evil and is thought to be especially useful in squelching the forces that obstruct Tantric Buddhist meditation. Its earliest known usage was as the core blade of the vajra that Indra used to kill the first cosmic serpent, Vritra, in the Hindu Rg Veda. It was undoubtedly related to Vedic sacrifices because the Sanskrit word for it, Kila, implies stake or peg. By meditation on the Vajrakila Tantr, an ancient Indian scripture that was first spread in Tibet in the eighth century by Padmasambhava, one of the founding gurus of Tibetan Buddhism, the three-headed Vajrakila Buddha is evoked.

Size: 30cm(Height) x 11.5cm(Width)
Weight: 0.41kg

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.