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Dorje or vajra

Dorje or vajra
Dorje or Vajra
Dorje or Vajra

Tibetan Dorje of Vajra
The Vajra is a small Buddhist ritual object having five or nine prongs at each end, that bend inward to form a rounded enclosure. It symbolises the indestructible nature of the supreme truth.
Used with the Tibetan Bell, the vajra also symbolises compassion and the male, while the bell or ghanta symbolises wisdom and the female. (source: AGNSW). In Mahayana Buddhism the term vajra relates to states of meditation known as samadhi.
Vajra is a Sanskrit name, it is translated into Tibetan with two words, do and je (pronounced dorje). In the Indian Vedic literature, it is the sceptre of the god Indra, like a lightning bolt.
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