Traditionally, there are seven offering substances: water for drinking, water for bathing, flowers, incense, light, perfume, and food. However, water is often substituted because it is visualized as pure nectar by the Buddhas. Additionally, water is plentiful in Tibet. As a result, Buddhists are encouraged to be generous as if they were giving away water. As such, proper use of this set of seven oxidized Tibetan offering bowls on your Buddhist altar will enhance your generosity. Additionally, you can alleviate the defilements of craving and bring the delight of the Buddhas into your home.
Our set of seven oxidized water offering bowls feature an antiquated copper finish with elegant engravings and 24 karat gold detailing. We have partnered with the Nepali artisans to create our Tibetan offering bowls. As a result, we can offer you monastic quality offering bowls at an excellent price. The craftsmen in Patan have been practicing their craft for many generations. Therefore, rest assured that you have procured a world class item.