The shell, a natural object and not artificially produced by man, has been used since ancient times as a ritual tool. It was already used in pre-Buddhist times as a symbol of female divinities, as a container and as a ritual musical instrument. In Tibetan Buddhism it is often used as a musical instrument and its powerful sound is used to call monks to meetings, to make offerings of sound during puje.
Represents the glory of the teaching of the Dharma, which like the sound of the shell spreads in all directions, and the abandonment of ignorance
Dimensions: 21 x 12 x 9 cm.