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Tibetan Door curtain Auspicious Symbols

Tibetan Door curtain Auspicious Symbols

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This is a beautifully hand embroidered Tibetan Auspicious Symbols Buddhist door curtain.
The Buddhist Auspicious Symbols known as " The Eight Jewels " are represented by the 2 Golden Fish, The White Conch, The Victory Banner, The Endless Knot, The Vase of Great Treasures, the Dharma Wheel, The Lotus Flower and The Precious Parasol.

Tibetan door curtains can be found in many entrances to buildings and temples in Tibet, Nepal and Northern India. The origin of the 8 Tibetan Buddhist symbols can be traced back to ancient times, to ancient India where Buddhism originated. Although some of these eight symbols may be associated with the ancient royal rituals in India on the coronations of kings, some of these eight symbols were slowly imbibed into Buddhism. These symbols then were adapted for local Tibetan Buddhism. Some of these symbols, however, originated from Tibet, and have their own local implications. At present, the eight auspicious symbols of Buddhism are closely related to the Buddha or Dharma. These symbols of Buddhism represent the offerings that were made to Buddha by the gods when he achieved enlightenment.

This lovely Tibetan door curtain can also be used as a wall hanging, it has three loops at the top for hanging.

Size approx. 90cm x 190cm

Handmade and Fairtrade from Nepal


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