These pretty brocade cases are designed to protect your tingsa or tingsha. We stock in them in a choice of two colors: Red and gold or yellow and gold.
The color red symbolizes fire, lifeforce, protection, and sacredness. The Buddha Amitabha is associated with red. Particularly in Tibetan art, where he is usually depicted with a red body. Throughout Tibetan culture, you will find the color red used to signify a sacred area. The true mark of a Buddhist holy space is the simplistic, tall red gates at the entrance. Not to mention, we see red in the garments that the monks wear; this is because it is a protective color.
The color yellow is said to possess the highest symbolic value. Gautam Buddha is associated with yellow; the revered leader of Buddhism believed it represented humility. Since it was the known color of prison clothes, he, therefore, chose yellow robes to symbolize separation from a materialistic society. This was adopted by the monks who died the cloth for their robes, saffron. It is known as the color of renunciation and desirelessness, as well as the color of the earth, symbolizing stability and grounding.
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Sold separately. The approximate size of each tingsa tingsha case is as follows: Diameter 80mm and Depth 40mm.