Amulet (Tibetan: tog chag. English: lightning metal): small metal objects thought to be created in the ground by lightning striking the earth. Some objects are recognizable and others are in abstract shapes. Old garment clasps, book buckles, bits and pieces of horse bridles, etc., are all gathered together under this one term.
Ga'u or Gawu is a ritual item also known as amulet box. Gau are portable shrines generally made from hand hammered metals. The purpose and function of an amulet box is for general protection and protection when traveling. Amulet boxes are also commonly used to store all manner of sacred materials such as small texts, blessing cords, consecrated medicine, relics, and the like.
Types of Tibetan Gau Box
Tibetan Gau boxs can be categorized according to their size, .
Pratisara and the Pancha Raksha is also known as Fifty-six Deity Mandala.
is a Bodhisattva belonging to the Mahayana and Vajrayana sects. She is sometimes presented as the consort of Vairocana.
The life of Pratisara
In this portion, we are going to learn about the life of Pratisara, after that short etymological description of the word Pratisara itself.
Etymology of the Pratisara
Pratisaea is known as the Great fulfiller of wishes.
Earlier, we learn about the life of Pratisara. Now .
The Goddess of the Dawn is depicted in many different forms. Sometimes Marichi rides a white horse through the sky, banishing the darkness and driving back the night with the orb of the sun in the outstretched right hand.
More commonly Marichi is yellow or red in color, with one, three or more faces and six to twelve arms, seated on a chariot drawn by seven pigs, or horses, removing all obstacles to happiness and .