New Item – Handcraft Bonji Pendant Neckless “Aizen Myoo”

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Handcraft Bonji Pendant Neckless “Aizen Myoo” (Ragaraja)
Exclusive item from Japanese accessory brand “Kuubokumon”.

Bonji is Sanskrit characters started in ancient India and used essentially by Shingon Buddhists in Japan to write out mantra and sutras in Sanskrit. It was introduced to Japan by Ku-Kai in 806 AD after he had studied Sanskrit and Mantrayana Buddhism in China. It is believed that each word represents Buddha and that it has a power to protect people and guide them to right direction just by wearing it. Nowadays, it is often used for tatoo, T-shirts design etc with sense of reverence.

Ragaraja (esoteric school deity of love) is known for God of Love.

[A little information about Kuubokumon]
Kuubokumon is an original accessory line from Kyoto, Japan with Kanji design elements utilizing Bonji as motif. This is a one-of-a-kind Japanese accessory with handcrafted carved sumi word on ceramic. Kuubokumon artist, MUGEN custom creates each piece by hand and care. We are proud to bring this original artisan jewelry made from a true heartfelt artist

Accessory style : Bracelet Samll
Word (Sumi) Color : Black
Clay Color: Center Ball – Black & Red, Other Balls – Black

[Size]
Ball : diameter 0.4 in (1.0cm)

[Weight]
about 0.76 oz (21.50 g)

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