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Set of 7 Small Round Water Offering Bowls

Set of 7 Small Round Water Offering Bowls

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Set of 7 water offering bowls for your Dharma practice.

Water is the most common items of offering in Tibetan Buddhism.  Offering any item of value (to the three jewels) is the antidote to greed and attachment and helps cultivate generosity. Detailed instructions on how to practice yonchap (water offering) can be found in various Mahayana Buddhist texts.

Water is generally offered first thing in the morning and then packed away after sunset. Buddhas and enlightened beings do not need our offerings as such, and so the practice of offering water is actually for our own benefit and to demonstrate freedom from attachment. An excellent resource for understanding the water offering practice is available on Buddha Weekly at the link below:

https://buddhaweekly.com/buddhist-water-bowl-offerings-as-an-antidote-to-attachment/

Item Specifications

  • Set of 7 bowls
  • Material: Copper and brass
  • 8 cms wide and 3 cms high
  • Made in Nepal
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