- Handmade by the Tibetan Buddhist
- Attracts all good things
- The knots are tied while reciting specific mantras
- Size Adjustable
The Dharmachakra generally refers to a typical Dharma Wheel with eight spokes - representing the Eightfold Path - and is the oldest, universal symbol for Buddhism. There are multiple ways of interpreting the Dharma Wheel so there are several meanings behind the symbol. There are three different parts that make up the Dharma Wheel: the spokes, the hub, and the rim.
The rim of the Dharma Wheel further signifies the ability to hold all of the teachings together by meditating and concentrating. The circular shape of the wheel symbolizes the perfection of Buddha's teachings.
The hub in the center of the Dharma Wheel represents moral discipline. The three swirling shapes on the hub, often depicted in blue, yellow and red, symbolize Dharma, Buddha, and Sangha respectively. They are also known as the Three Treasures or Jewels.
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