This is a superior 100% natural Japanese temple incense with sticks of an exceptional size. The burn time is an incredible 2 hours 30 minutes for each stick.
A vibrant and deeply meditative blend of aloeswood with rich plant musk and sandalwood.
Each pack contains 25 sticks
Length 36 cm
Burn time 2 h 30 each.
A rare quality Indian conch or chank shell trumpet that has been ornamented with silver and has coral and turquoise inlay. The silver is engraved with a floral motif. A wonderful ritual instrument or alternatively a fine altar offering to represent the 'melodious sound of the Dharma'.
Material: Indian Conch (Chank) ornamented with silver inlaid with genuine coral and turquoise cabachons. Origin: Nepal/Himalayan Age: 20th C
length 8.25 inches
width 3.5 inches
A unique Guru Rinpoche thangka reproduction printed on canvas. Tibetan sacred art is revered as a creation of enlightened consciousness. Its brilliant colors and forms awaken the mind and energize consciousness; its images stimulate capacities for visualization and nourish the heart. By evoking and communicating the qualities of realization directly, these images assure that insight will not be reduced to abstract concepts, but will remain a living experience. Tibetan pratictioners have used these precious images for over twelve hundred years to open the path of wisdom.
A standard size pack of hand rolled Lopen Tharpola Incense. Containing
premium grade medicinal herbs and plant resins that are mainly found
high in the Himalayas. Some of the prized ingredients include: clove,
cardamom, nutmeg, carthamus, saffron, cinnamon, rhododendron,
Sandalwood and other herbal ingredients and spices. Burning this incense
is believed to enhance meditation practice, relaxation and is an
excellent remedy for stress.
Free from chemicals and artificial scents. 100% natural!
Another great deep orangey red Tibetan Takyab or pack animal rug. This piece was probably used on the lead animal of mule train. It is decorated with a Padma symbol or Lotus motif. A Buddhist Auspicious Symbol of perfect purity of body, speech and mind. These rugs were also believed to bless the animal at the lead of the train, so that all journeys were accomplished without obstacles. The overall condition of the rug is very good with minor weathering commensurate with age.
Origin: Collected in Tibet in the 1980s and part of the Stone Routes Collection.
9 inches x 7.25 inches Age: Early 20th C