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DZAMBHALA CHUTOR WATER OFFERING SET
DZAMBHALA COPPER WATER OFFERING SET (Chutor)
Our Price: £59.95

A water offering set for the practice of Chutor. The large copper bowl where the tripod sits measures approx 9 inches. The smaller offering dish that sits on the tripod measures approx 3.8 inches diameter.

This set comes complete with a tripod stand and small offering dish,
one main copper bowl and a copper water kettle.
Hand crafted in Nepal.
Silver Plated Water Offering Set
Silver & Copper Water Torma (Chutor) Offering Set

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A very nice hand hammered silver on copper water torma offering set. Engraved with auspicious symbols. A great size for travelling.

Includes:

Engraved silver plated copper Kettle with lid.
Dish engraved with auspicious symbols
Silver plated tripod
Small dish to sit on tripod.

dish measures 5.2 inches diameter
kettle measures height = 2.5 inches width = 3.1 inches
Origin: Nepal
Antique Style Water Offering Set
Antique Style Water Torma (Chutor) Offering Set

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A very nice copper and gilt water torma offering set. Engraved with auspicios symbols. A great size for travelling.

Includes:

Engraved copper Kettle with lid, and 24k gilt highlights
Large dish with engraving and 24k gilt rim
Gilded tripod
Small dish for tripod.

dish measures 5 inches
kettle measures height = 2.5 inches width = 3.3 inches
Origin: Nepal
Antique Style Offering Kettle
Antique Style Water Torma Offering Kettle

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A very nice copper, silver and gilt offering kettle. Includes three silver plated dishes.

Origin: Nepal
DZAMBHALA CHUTOR WATER OFFERING SET
DZAMBHALA WATER OFFERING SET (Chutor)

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A Chutor water offering set. The larger copper dish where the tripod sits measures approx 9 inches and is inlaid with imitation turquoise or coral. The copper and brass kettle is also inlaid with immitation turquoise or coral. Comes complete with a tripod stand and one water dish. The smaller offering dish measures approx 3.8 inches diameter.


A brief teaching:
WATER OFFERING TO WHITE DZAMBHALA

"First, generate yourself as Chenrezig, then recite, “I offer this water to the holy body of Dzambhala, who rides a dragon. His body is white in color. His right hand holds a trident; his left, a club. He is surrounded by the four dakinis, one in each cardinal direction.”

[The four dakinis are: in the east, blue Vajra Dakini holding a vajra in her right hand and a vessel full of auspicious, variegated substances in her left; in the south, yellow Jewel Dakini holding a heap of jewels in her right hand and an iron hook in her left; in the west, red Lotus Dakini holding a lotus in her right hand and a jewel-marked banner of victory in her left; and in the north, green Karma Dakini holding a double vajra in her right hand and a treasure-producing mongoose in her left. All of them sit in the half-lotus posture and are adorned with jeweled ornaments.]

Now offer the water by pouring it on Dzambhala’s head. It is good to use a watering can with a long spout, which lets you offer water in the preferred fine stream. As you pour the water with your right hand, snap the fingers of your left at your heart (to remind yourself of emptiness) and recite the mantra, OM PADMA KRODHA ARYA DZAMBHALA HRI DAYA HUM PHETseven, twenty-one or as many times as possible.

To collect more merit when you do this practice, the most important thing is to visualize Dzambhala as your own guru. Also visualize unceasing wish-fulfilling jewels or billions and billions of dollars pouring out of the mouths of the dragon and the mongoose like a beautiful waterfall tumbling down a mountainside. The water you offer generates great bliss on Guru Dzambhala’s head; he experiences endless bliss like the sky. After you have offered the water, from this state of bliss, Dzambhala’s mind is extremely inspired, and he promises to help you completely, to provide everything you need for all your projects to succeed and for you to realize all attainments." ~ Lama Yeshe ~