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Balinese Sterling Elephant Cuff for Fortune and Good Luck

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Elephants are believed to represent royalty and power in Balinese culture. The maker of this authentic bracelet was inspired by this majestic animal, while creating this elegant amulet. The cuff is fully hand-crafted from 25 grams of Sterling Silver, by Balinese silversmiths, using traditional tools and techniques. Since ancient times, the elephant is a symbol of strength, ...

Guru Padmasambhava Nepalese Bronze Statue Amulet

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Although there was a historical Padmasambhava, very little is known of him, apart from his help in the construction of the first Buddhist monastery in Tibet at Samye. Many legends have grown around Padmasambhava's life and deeds, and he is commonly referred to as the 'second Buddha'. In Tibet, Padmasambhava is known as Guru Rinpoche, meaning ...

Kubera Vajra Nepalese Bronze Amulet Statue for Wealth and Prosperity

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Kubera, also known as Kuber or Kuvera, is the lord of wealth and is also regarded as the protector of the world. He is a popular figure in Buddhist and Jain mythology. In Hindu Mythology, he is both guardian of the North and lord of wealth. Kubera is associated with the earth, mountains, all treasures such ...

Old Por Gae Ruesi Seer and Elephant-headed Ganesha God Amulet fueled by Ancient Khom Incantations

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Made around 2520-2529 BE (1977-1986) in Chainat Province, this old Thai amulet is a classic masterpiece containing a unique blend of traditional Hindu and Buddhist magic. On one side of the amulet the elephant-headed god Ganesha (Sanskrit: Gaṇeśa), son of Shiva (Śiva) and Parvati (Pārvatī), is depicted. On the other side, the mythical seer (Thai: ...

Sacred Sīvalī Śarīra Dhātu Elemental Relic radiating Blessings of Physical and Spiritual Protection, Grace, and Prosperity

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Buddhist relics (śarīra) of enlightened masters (arahant) and saints, such as Sīvalī Thera, are considered by the followers of the Buddha to be the most sacred and powerful amulets. After cremation of saint's physical body there remain several small ball-shaped objects among the ashes of the corpse. These so-called dhātu elementals are believed to be ...