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Phurba + phurba holder Brass 28 cm

€181.82

The phurba is also known as the magic dagger. In Sanskrit the name is kilaya or kila, in Tibetan it is phurba or phurpa. Phur or kila means pin or nail. The phurba is a three-sided pin that is used for Buddhist rituals. Tibetans have since long been a nomadic people so the tent plays an important role in the lives of Tibetans. Putting tent pins in the ground is seen as an act of making the land the tent is on, sacred. The shape of the phurba can be deduced from the pin that holds the tent in place.

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Phurba + phurba holder brass

€140.41

The phurba is also known as the magic dagger. In Sanskrit the name is kilaya or kila, in Tibetan it is phurba or phurpa. Phur or kila means pin or nail. The phurba is a three-sided pin that is used for Buddhist rituals. Tibetans have since long been a nomadic people so the tent plays an important role in the lives of Tibetans. Putting tent pins in the ground is seen as an act of making the land the tent is on, sacred. The shape of the phurba can be deduced from the pin that holds the tent in place.

New

Phurba + phurba holder brass

€181.82

The phurba is also known as the magic dagger. In Sanskrit the name is kilaya or kila, in Tibetan it is phurba or phurpa. Phur or kila means pin or nail. The phurba is a three-sided pin that is used for Buddhist rituals. Tibetans have since long been a nomadic people so the tent plays an important role in the lives of Tibetans. Putting tent pins in the ground is seen as an act of making the land the tent is on, sacred. The shape of the phurba can be deduced from the pin that holds the tent in place.