This beautiful set of seven antiquated offering bowls was hand crafted in Patan, Nepal. As a result, it features monastic quality hand engravings and a fine antiquated finish. Additionally, the sculptor chose to add a 24k gold detailing to the engravings. Our Nepali artisans have been the preferred supplier of the Tibetan monasteries for many centuries. As a result, when you purchase this set of antiquated offering bowls rest assured that the craftsmanship is monastic quality. Indeed, devotees benefit from valuable ritual items because they will gain additional merit.
Traditionally, there are seven offering substances: water for drinking, water for bathing, flowers, incense, light, perfume, and food. However, water is often substituted because it is visualized as pure nectar by the Buddhas. Additionally, water is plentiful in Tibet and devotees are encouraged to be generous with their time and possessions just as they would give away water.
To properly perform the ritual, fill your Tibetan offering bowls every morning and leave them on the altar. In the evening, empty the seven bowls and clean them with a soft dry cloth. As a result, devotees will obtain merit and bring the blessings of the Buddhas into their homes.