Tandruk Eleven-Eyed Dzi

RM1,688.00

The five Dhyani Buddhas helping to achieve 5 paths and 5 detachments. Strengthening prayers and bestow blessings.

The six-syllable mantra ‘Om Ma Ni Pad Me Hung’. Treasure of the lineages, wisdom and the accumulation of happiness.

Tandruk or widely pronounced as Chang-zhug which means the “Roar of Dragon” is a temple at Zetang built by the 1st King of Tibet. It is perhaps the most prominent and surviving royal foundation at the whole of Yarlung Valley.

Tandruk Dzi category is found around the area, ranging from Tandruk Monastery all the way east towards the Amdo area. The nomads and people at all these areas love the Tandruk Dzi.

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Weight 165 g
Dimensions 11.4 × 39.3 mm
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