Khatvanga Wand


Basically, this Khatvanga set is also called a magical dagger. This khatvanga contains 14 ritual items which have a magical power to fight with evil spirit. They are often used by the tantric.

These ritual items are basically originated in Tibet.

In the Old Tradition System in the Himalayas, the Padmasambhava is said to have used and introduced this magical weapon when exorcising the local, non-Buddhist demons (and deities), the khatvanga took on a different, more symbolic form.

From this 14 items of the khatvanga set one of the triple blade of the Phurwa symbolizes the overcoming or cutting through of the three root poisons of ignorance, desire, and hatred, and also represents control over the three times of past, present and future.
And the other triangular shape represents the element of fire and symbolizes wrathful activity.

Due to the essentially nomadic nature of life in ancient Tibet, the tent was an important part of their routine. While traveling it was used by all, the peasants, the traders, the royalty, nobility and even the exalted monks. Indeed, the peg of the tent is the prototype of the Phurwa. Its triple blade is really not a dagger but a peg, precisely the kind of peg used to secure tents.

Tibetan Old Antique Vintage Khatang Handmade in Nepal Handcrafted items ritual set khatvanga set dagger.

There are other and special forms of the magical wand in both traditions. One such wand is known as pinaka (Tib., klu-shing). It is a wand in the form of a poisonous snake, usually a cobra, and is associated with Shiva. Another case, this one Tibetan, is the flat wand inscribed with magical formula and topped by a dorje; this one is called srid-pa’i khram-byang.


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