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https://www.sivanaspirit.com/products/silver-mantra-ring52094582Silver/Gold Mantra Healing Ring//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0066/2802/products/insta_Prodshots_09_02-1347_large.jpg?v=1461883419//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0066/2802/products/insta_Prodshots_09_02-1347_medium.jpg?v=146188341979.00USDInStockRing$70 - $100Allavantlink datafeedGifts $70 - $100Holiday 2016 Gifts Under $100Holiday Gifts for HimIntention: Healing & CleansingInternal - Old ProductJewelryJewelry for HealingLarge for MenMen Jewelry RingsMens JewelryMens RingsOm Mani Padme HumOne of a KindPut a Ring on ItSmall for Womenstock testSymbol: Sacred MantrasWomenWomens JewelryWomens RingsYL FairTrade
Throughout the ages, Tibetans have worn metal rings for healing purposes and also to attract the energies of prosperity. These striking handcrafted heavy Sterling Silver rings carry the sacred Mani mantra (OM Mani Padme Hum) and can be worn by men and women. Ring is solid pure Sterling Silver with gold plated letters. Adjustable sizing and .4 inches wide. Small size is for women, Large size is for men.
Om Mani Padme Hum, or hail to the jewel in the lotus, is the ancient Tibetan mantra or prayer for realizing perfect wisdom and compassion. Travelers to Tibet find it everywhere -- printed on prayer flags, inside and outside prayer wheels, carved onto prayer stones and even on mountain sides. Tiny silver with gold plated hand-cut letters form the sacred Sanskrit prayer or mantra Om Mani Padme Hum.
These rings are made by Fair Trade Partnerships from Nepal and support a large Tibetan Buddhist monastery there. The monastery now houses over 200 young monks living in exile. The workshops and the monastery is an amazing, beautiful, clean, joyful place and supplies fair trade silver jewelry, copper bracelets, and many other products.
16 grams silver
Tibet ArtsFair TrademenOm Mani Padme HumSilversize-large-for-mensize-small-for-womenTibetwomen2016-11-08