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Mani (prayer wheel) is an inseparable part of the Buddhist and Tibetan tradition. The Prayer Wheel is actually a hollow metal cylinder, beautifully embossed and mounted on top of a rod. The inner portion of the hollow cylinder contains a tightly scrolled paper or other material full of printed or hand written mantra. Mainly used in the Tibetan culture than other cultures of Buddhism, the Buddhist prayer wheels are used as an aid to meditation and as a means of accumulating wisdom, good karma and means of putting bad karma and negative energy aside.
This Prayer wheel is ravishingly carved by the wood carver of Kathmandu valley. The emblem carved in this wheel represents the traditional sculpture and art of Nepal.
You can put this in your rooms, office and vehicles for decorative purpose.
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