Astamangala or Eight Auspicious Symbols, Tashitakgyad Copper Plate For Vastu Puja Rituals

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The Ashtamangala are a sacred set of eight auspicious signs or symbols. They are considered a teaching tool, which point to the qualities of enlightenment. Within Buddhism, the Ashtamangala, are symbols of good fortune and represent the offerings made to Buddha by the gods upon gaining enlightenment.

Names of Ashtamangala Symbols
1. Swastika.
2. Srivatsa.
3. Nandavarta.
4. Vardhmanaka (food vessel)
5. Bhadrasana (seat)
6. Kalasha (pot)
7. Darpan (mirror)
8. Pair of fish.

Make: made in copper
Size: 7.75 inches (L) x 1.5 inches (W)
Weight: 35 gms
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Short DescriptionThe Ashtamangala are a sacred set of eight auspicious signs or symbols. They are considered a teaching tool, which point to the qualities of enlightenment. Within Buddhism, the Ashtamangala, are symbols of good fortune and represent the offerings made to Buddha by the gods upon gaining enlightenment.

Names of Ashtamangala Symbols
1. Swastika.
2. Srivatsa.
3. Nandavarta.
4. Vardhmanaka (food vessel)
5. Bhadrasana (seat)
6. Kalasha (pot)
7. Darpan (mirror)
8. Pair of fish.

Make: made in copper
Size: 7.75 inches (L) x 1.5 inches (W)
Weight: 35 gms
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