White Tara Sankha
Introducing the White Tara Sankha, a magnificent work of art painstakingly crafted by hand on a holy conch shell. In addition to capturing the exquisite essence of the White Tara, this exceptional work of art also features a harmonious array of various gods, each of which has been meticulously carved onto the surface of the sankha.
In Tibetan Buddhism, the White Tara, who is revered for her compassion and knowledge, is a representation of purity and enlightenment. Those who seek her blessings are said to experience peace, healing, and protection when she is present. This sankha is the perfect addition to your sacred space because it so beautifully embodies her divine energy.
The presence of various deities decorating this White Tara Sankha's surface is what distinguishes it from others. This spiritual work of art gains complexity and depth thanks to the distinctive characteristics and symbolism of each deity. You will be enveloped in a tapestry of spiritual energies as you gaze upon this sankha, with each deity bestowing its own blessings and protection.
The Sankha is a testament to the artistry and spiritual significance of Tibetan culture, whether you are an experienced practitioner looking for a distinctive addition to your altar or a collector of sacred art. This magnificent work acts as a conduit for divine energy, a visual symphony of devotion, and a source of inspiration for your spiritual journey.
Introduction to Shankha
The Conch Shell is used in Buddhist worship as a trumpet or offertory vessel & and symbolizes the spoken word of Buddha. It is one of the 8 auspicious Buddhist symbols and represents the victory of Buddha’s teachings which spread omnidirectional as the sound of a conch.
The conch shell is an emblem of power, authority & and sovereignty; its blast is believed to banish evil spirits, avert natural disasters & and scare away poisonous creatures.
Size: 10cm (Height) x 18cm (Base)
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.