Kapen Hanging 8 Auspicous signs
Kapen Hanging 8 Auspicous signs
Kapen Hanging 8 Auspicous signs
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Kapen Hanging 8 Auspicous signs

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Traditional kapen representing the 8 auspicious symbols of the Buddhist tradition,
machine embroidered on brocade. Hanging this Kapen in your home or in shared spaces such as meditation rooms, offices and shops is a great blessing. Considered in Tibetan culture as a real good luck both in the material and in the spiritual, it helps to
eliminate the obstacles on our path towards the truth.


1)Parasol.  2) Golden Fish.  3)Treasure Vase. 4)Lotus.  5)Conch.  6)Auspicious or Endless Knot.  7)Victory Banner.  8)Dharma-Wheel or the Dharmachakra.

These are believed to represent the gifts given by celestial beings to Sakyamuni on his attainment of Enlightenment to Buddhahood.
* The white parasol:- protects on from evil desires.
*The Golden fishes:- symbolizing beings rescued from the ocean of misery of earth existence. Kalasa,
*The treasure vase:- treasury of all spiritual wealth and it also holds the water elixir immortality.
*Padma or the Lotus:- symbolizes purity. Sankha,
*The white conch-shell:- symbolizes the blessedness of turning to the right and proclaim the glory of the saints by its humming sound.
*Srivatsa, endless knot or mystic diagram:- symbolizes of the endless cycle of rebirth.
*Dhvaja, the banner:- signifies the victory of Buddhism.
*Chamaru, Dharma Wheel:- symbolizes tantric manifestations, it is made of yak tail attached with silver staff, it is used during ritual recitation and fanning the deities on an auspicious religious ceremony.
These eight auspicious symbols usually displayed during the performance of vrata ceremony, consecration of house and an elaborate fire sacrifice ceremony marked on paper, cloth or metal.

Dimensions: 18x16x2 cm


      

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Adhesive paper document envelopes
Eco-friendly: the paper bag can be recycled together with the box.
100% paper: external side 35 g / m2 glossy (natural fiber), internal side in white silicone kraft 40 g / m2 for the insertion of documents.
Back in non-siliconed kraft paper 40 g / m2 bleached without chlorine.
Permanent hot melt adhesive without solvent.

Adhesive tape: paper
FLO-PAK NATURAL biodegradable crisps: these crisps are made from
biodegradable and compostable corn starch and decompose in contact with water, no toxic waste is present.

Bubble wrap: made of 50% recycled materials.
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Cardboard box: 70% recycled
Tissue paper: 100% recycled, it contains neither chlorine nor acid.


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