The term vajra is a Sanskrit word that is usually defined as 'diamond' or 'thunderbolt.' It also defines a kind of battle club that achieved its name through its reputation for hardness and invincibility. The vajra has special significance in Tibetan Buddhism, and the word is adopted as a label for the Vajrayana branch of Buddhism, one of the three major forms of Buddhism. The visual icon of the vajra club, along with the bell (ghanta), form a principal symbol of the Vajrayana Buddhism of Tibet.
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Material: 92.5 silver
Weight: 2.01 gms. Since all our products are handcrafted, the exact weight may vary slightly.
Delivery: 5-7 days
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