Silver/Copper/Bones

Tibetan people like to use silver, copper and bones to make the malas and prayer beads. A kapala (Sanskrit for "skull") or skullcup is a cup made from a human skull used as a ritual implement (bowl) in both Hindu Tantra and Buddhist Tantra (Vajrayana). Especially in Tibet, they were often carved or elaborately mounted with precious metals and jewels. Many of the deities of Tibetan Buddhism, including Mahasiddhas, Dakinis and Dharmapalas are depicted as carrying the kapala, usually in their left hand. Some deities such as the Hindu Chinnamasta and the related Buddhist Vajrayogini are depicted as drinking blood from the Kapala. Tibetan people also like to creat artwork from yak bone. A lot of artwork among Tibet peple are made from yak bones.


Buddhist 108 Prayer Beads Tibetan Old Yakbone Malas

Buddhist 108 Prayer Beads Tibetan Old Yakbone Malas

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999 Silver 108 Beads Tibetan Mala

999 Silver 108 Beads Tibetan Mala

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Blessed 925 Silver 108 Prayer Beads Tibetan Mala

Blessed 925 Silver 108 Prayer Beads Tibetan Mala

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Blessed Tibetan Bone Mala Old Yak Bone Buddhist 108 Beads Mala

Blessed Tibetan Bone Mala Old Yak Bone Buddhist 108 Beads Mala

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Blessed Tibetan Mala Old Yak Horn Mala Buddhist 108 Beads Mala

Blessed Tibetan Mala Old Yak Horn Mala Buddhist 108 Beads Mala

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Blessed Tibetan Mala Yakbone Buddhist 108 Beads Mala

Blessed Tibetan Mala Yakbone Buddhist 108 Beads Mala

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