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"Groupings of eight auspicious symbols were originally used in India at ceremonies such as an investiture or coronation of a king. An early grouping of symbols included: throne, swastika, handprint, hooked knot, vase of jewels, water libation flask, pair offishes, lidded bowl. In Buddhism, these eight symbols of good fortune represent the offerings made by the gods to Shakyamuni Buddha immediately after he gained enlightenment.

Ashtamangala are a sacred suite of Eight Auspicious Signs endemic to a number of Indian religions such as Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism. The symbols or "symbolic attributes" are yidam and teaching tools. Not only do these attributes, these energetic signatures, point to qualities of enlightened mindstream, but they are the investiture that ornaments these enlightened "qualities". Many cultural enumerations and variations of the Ashtamangala are extant.

Pure silver coins having carved images of the eight forms of Eight Auspicious Signs. It is an ideal choice for your puja altar or as a desktop item. You can also gift it on religious occasions.

Diameter of each coin: 14 mm
Pack dimensions: 2 inches (L) x 8.1 inches (W)
Silver content: 8 silver coins of 1 grams each.
Weight of pack: Approx. 84 grams

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Diameter of each coin: 14 mm
Weight of pack: Approx. 84 grams

Pack dimensions: 2 inches (L) x 8.1 inches (W)  (5 x 20 cms approx)
Silver content: 8 silver coins of 1 grams each.

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