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An antique Tibetan wooden Phurba is a unique and ornate ceremonial object used in Tibetan Buddhist rituals. Also known as a "ritual dagger," the Phurba is believed to have the power to dispel negative energy and spirits. The Phurba is typically made of wood and features a three-sided blade that tapers to a point, often resembling a stake. The handle of the Phurba is usually intricately carved and adorned with various symbols and figures that hold significant meaning in Tibetan Buddhism. Antique Tibetan wooden Phurbas are highly prized by collectors and spiritual practitioners alike, as they are not only beautiful but also steeped in spiritual and cultural significance. Their intricate carvings and unique design make them a fascinating artifact to study, and their use in traditional Tibetan Buddhist rituals provides a glimpse into the rich spiritual heritage of the region.

Antique Tibetan Wooden Phurba (Around 16th to 18th Century)

SKU: D6024
₹33,000.00 Regular Price
₹14,850.00Sale Price