Pure Copper Handheld Bell Ritual Instrument


VENDOR: Buddha3bodhi

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Product Description

  • Our original bell and dorje set is entirely handmade in Nepal using traditional methods.
  • Full of incredible detail with a beautiful tone, it is the perfect set for your altar space!
  • The bell and dorje are often used by Buddhists as sound offerings or as a way to clear space prior to meditation or ritual practice. The bell and dorje sound is a tool on your path to enlightenment.
  • Regarded as one object, they are rarely parted or used separately. The bell symbolizes wisdom and emptiness, while the dorje represents compassion that leads to relief of suffering. The true meaning of emptiness is often misunderstood as something negative. However, the spiritual definition refers to emptiness as having the potential to be anything rather than nothing.
Dorje Meaning
The weapon in the hands of the Tathagata Dharma Protector "Guhyapāda vajrah": "Guhyapāda vajrah" holds a vajra and protects the Tathagata.
Symbol of Wisdom: The teachings do not use the vajra as a dharma tool, so there is no real vajra. The firmness of the vajra is used as a metaphor for "Great Wisdom", and with this "Great Wisdom", the firm and unbreakable mountain of lust is broken. Or destroy the boundless suffering of sentient beings. Even to destroy all heresy.
Handmade in Nepal
Handmade by craftsmen, traditional old-fashioned craftsmanship, simple and unsophisticated, returning to the original, with black old material carbon on it, which can be wiped off or not.
How to Use the Dorje Bell
When playing, hold the handle of the bell in the left hand, and shake the bell mouth downward, the sound is clear and pleasant, and the sound is far transmitted.
It is used in Buddhist Dharma chanting and Buddhist music. It is used in lama monasteries in Tibet, as well as in the distribution areas of Lamaism in Southeast Asian countries. When the monks are chanting sutras together, they are used by the leading lamas or living Buddhas.


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Vajra is a five-pronged ritual object used in Buddhist ceremonies in Tibet. It symbols the properties of a diamond (indestructibility) and a thunderbolt (irresistible force). As a symbol for the properties of a diamond, vajra signifies indestructibility as diamonds are the hardest of stones. As a symbol for the thunderbolt, vajra represents the irresistible force. It denotes cutting through ignorance since the god Indra kills ignorant persons with this weapon.
The vajra is the weapon of the Indian Vedic rain and thunder-deity Indra, and is used symbolically by the dharma traditions of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism often to represent firmness of spirit and spiritual power.

In the tantric traditions of Buddhism, the vajra is a symbol for the nature of reality, or sunyata, indicating endless creativity, potency, and skillful activity.

The vajra (symbolizing the male principle, fitness of action) is held in the right hand and the bell (symbolizing the female principle, intelligence) in the left hand, the interaction of the two ultimately leading to enlightenment.