TIBETAN BUDDHIST GHAU GAU GAO SILVER PENDANT
The items is Handmade. The Tibetan Ghau, (prayer box) was used to carry sacred relics, magical charms and medicinal herbs, and acted as portable shrines used for protection when traveling. This Tibetan Gau Portable Shrine can be worn hanging from the neck or from a waist sash or belt. These Tibetan Gau Portable Shrine are crafted by a small family factory of Nepali artisans.
1 side - Kalachakra
2 side - Dorje
The philosophical view of the Kālacakratantra is undoubtedly that of the Mahayana Buddhist Madhyamaka school, and the text attempts to refute all other Buddhist and non-Buddhist systems. As noted by Wallace, the Kālacakratantra holds that "only Madhyamikas who assert the nonduality of compassion and emptiness avoid philosophical failure."
The Kālacakratantra summarizes its fundamental doctrines in the following passage:
Identitylessness, the maturation of karma, the three realms, the six states of existence, the origination due to the twelve-limbed dependence, the Four Truths, the eighteen unique qualities of the Buddha, the five psycho-physical aggregates, the three bodies and the Sahajakaya, and animate emptiness.