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Auspicious Buddhist Charm: Treasure Vase

Rs. 2,700.00

The Treasure VaseThe golden treasure vase, or ‘vase of inexhaustible treasures’, This pot is known as a kalasha or kumbha, with a flat base, round body, narrow neck, and fluted upper rim. The treasure vase is mostly a representation of certain prosperity deities, including Jambhala, Vaishravana, and Vasudhara, where it...

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The Treasure Vase

The golden treasure vase, or ‘vase of inexhaustible treasures’, This pot is known as a kalasha or kumbha, with a flat base, round body, narrow neck, and fluted upper rim. The treasure vase is mostly a representation of certain prosperity deities, including Jambhala, Vaishravana, and Vasudhara, where it often appears as a trait beneath their feet. One form of the wealth goddess Vasudhara stands upon a pair of horizontal treasure vases that spill an endless stream of jewels.


As the divine ‘vase of plenty’, it possesses the quality of natural display, because regardless of how much treasure is removed from the vase it remains perpetually full. The typical Tibetan treasure vase is represented as a highly ornate golden vase, with lotus-petal motifs radiating around its various sections. A single wish-granting gem, or a group of three gems, seals its upper rim as a symbol of the Three Jewels of the Buddha, dharma, and sangha.


Benefits of Wearing

Enhance Prosperity and Abundance, feeling of wholeness. Brass + gold plating18kt, enameling

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