Embossed Buddhist Prayers and Swastika Sterling Silver Ring, Buddhism Symbols Mens Om Ring (N)
Embossed Buddhist Prayers and Swastika Sterling Silver Ring, Buddhism Symbols Mens Om Ring
Keywords: Tibetan Buddhist Prayers Ring, Chinese Prayers Ring, Meditation Jewelry, Zen Ring, Mens Silver Ring, India
The simplified design of this sterling silver ring features the Tibetan Buddhist Prayers characters beautifully embossed on the outside, along with the buddhist swastika symbol (as a character 卍).
The shiny finish on the silver material gives all the attention to the deep cameo characters and symbol.
On the inside of the ring are crafted Chinese characters meaning "Sand and the Paradise, Water and the Life". Humans often get loss in life while putting too much effort on judging others or complaining the surroundings, without realizing the world is just the reflection of what they believe.
Size: (This is not a wedding ring, so you can wear on any finger which fits and looks good)
Small: For finger circumference of 2.3 inches (59.5mm), Diameter 19mm, about US size 9
Medium: For finger circumference of 2.4 inches (62mm), Diameter 19.8mm, about US size 10
Large: For finger circumference of 2.55 inches (64.5mm), Diameter 20.6mm, about US size 11
Band width: 1/4 inches (7 mm)
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"Om Mani Padme Hum", The Powerful Six Symbols in Tibetan Buddhism are: 唵（om）、嘛（ma）、呢（ni）、叭（pad）、咪（me）、吽（hum）. Buddhists say and repeat out loud or silently to oneself, invokes the powerful benevolent attention and blessings. They are considered the key of Tibetan Buddhism. and appear in everything related.
----- Swastika, auspicious footprints of the Buddha
The swastika (as a character 卍, respectively) in Buddhism it symbolizes the auspicious footprints of the Buddha. It is also used as a symbol of divinity and spirituality in Indian religions. The name Swastika comes from Sanskrit word Swastika meaning "conducive to well being" or "auspicious".
In China it is named "wan / 卍 / 萬", meaning "all things", pronounced "manji" in Japanese.