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Hand-carved by our close friends in Nepal, the roof of the world and birthplace of Buddha, this beautiful Tibetan Om mantra panel, with a lotus flower border, contains the full chant, Om Ma Ni Pad Me Hum (also interpreted Om mani padme hum), which is often translated as Om to the jewel in the lotus.  Considered by many to be the most powerful chant in Buddhism, helping you to achieve the highest state of enlightenment, this mantra is commonly inscribed on prayer flags, the outside of prayer wheels (and the scrolls inside them), while the 6 syllables correlate directly to the 108 beads found on malas.  Let this lovely mantra, asoociated with the bodhisattva of compassion, bring inner peace to you and yours. Hand-crafted in India, from wooden particle board, this beautiful Hindi Om sign panel makes a lovely addition to any room.  The sound of the creation of the universe, primary syllable in most mantras, and among the most sacred symbols in Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism, it is believed to be without beginning or end, and embracing of all that exists.  Show your cultural appreciation, artistic affinity, and bless your home with this symbol of all that is divine. Hand-carved by our close friends in Nepal, the roof of the world and birthplace of Buddha, this beautiful Namaste panel, with a lotus flower border, is a symbol of friendly respect.  The traditional greeting and farewell throughout many parts of Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent, it translates to "I bow to the divine in you."  Show both your cultural appreciation and warm salutations by adorning your home with this message of love.
Hand-carved by our close friends in Nepal, the roof of the world and birthplace of Buddha, this beautiful Tibetan Om mantra panel, with a lotus flower border, contains the full chant, Om Ma Ni Pad Me Hum (also interpreted Om mani padme hum), which is often translated as Om to the jewel in the lotus.  Considered by many to be the most powerful chant in Buddhism, helping you to achieve the highest state of enlightenment, this mantra is commonly inscribed on prayer flags, the outside of prayer wheels (and the scrolls inside them), while the 6 syllables correlate directly to the 108 beads found on malas.  Let this lovely mantra, asoociated with the bodhisattva of compassion, bring inner peace to you and yours. Hand-carved by our close friends in Nepal, the roof of the world and birthplace of Buddha, this beautiful Astamangla (8 Auspicious Gifts) panel, has a lotus flower border, and contains many of the most sacred symbols in Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism.  Representing the offering of the gods to Buddha, upon his attaining enlightenment, these symbols of good fortune have their individual meanings, and a sum greater than the whole of its parts.  The gifts are, from top to bottom, the parasol (umbrella), two golden fish, treasure vase, lotus flower, sankah shell, endless knot, standard (victory banner), and mandala (wheel).  Bring it home today, and show your cultural appreciation and love for Nepal. Hand-carved by our close friends in Nepal, the roof of the world and birthplace of Buddha, this beautiful Astamangla (8 Auspicious Gifts) panel, has a lotus flower border, and contains many of the most sacred symbols in Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism.  Representing the offering of the gods to Buddha, upon his attaining enlightenment, these symbols of good fortune have their individual meanings, and a sum greater than the whole of its parts.  The gifts are, from left to right, the parasol (umbrella), two golden fish, treasure vase, lotus flower, sankah shell, endless knot, standard (victory banner), and mandala (wheel).  Bring it home today, and show your cultural appreciation and love for Nepal.
Hand-carved and painted by our close friends in Nepal, the roof of the world and birthplace of Buddha, this beautiful panel depicts the 5 Dhyani Buddhas (5 Wisdom Buddhas), which are in themselves representations of the 5 wisdoms of the Buddha.  In short, the Buddhas are Vairocana (wisdom of meditation), Amoghasiddhi (wisdom of practice), Amitabha (wisdom of observation), Ratnasambhava (wisdom of equality), and Akshobhya (wisdom of reflection).  Perfect for any room, bless your home with this serene depiction of wisdom, while showing your cultural appreciation and love for Nepal. Hand-carved and painted by our close friends in Nepal, the roof of the world and birthplace of Buddha, this beautiful panel depicts the 5 Dhyani Buddhas (5 Wisdom Buddhas), which are in themselves representations of the 5 wisdoms of the Buddha.  In short, the Buddhas are Vairocana (wisdom of meditation), Amoghasiddhi (wisdom of practice), Amitabha (wisdom of observation), Ratnasambhava (wisdom of equality), and Akshobhya (wisdom of reflection).  Perfect for any room, bless your home with this serene depiction of wisdom, while showing your cultural appreciation and love for Nepal.