Inside each prayer wheel cylinder are tightly rolled printed mantras. Each containing thousands printed mantras.
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What is a Buddhist prayer wheel called? Prayer wheel, Tibetan mani chos 'khor, in Tibetan Buddhism, a mechanical device the use of which is equivalent to the recitation of a mantra (sacred syllable or verse). Prayer wheels are used to accumulate wisdom and merit (good karma) and to purify negativities (bad karma). Inside each prayer wheel cylinder is a tightly wound roll of printed mantras. Each cylinder contains 32,200,000 printed mantras. Ready to read? Be sure to take a look at our other photographs of statues and prayer wheels.
Enjoy this fine art photograph. Printed in a giclée fine art print for the highest quality print, with a styrene backing. Styrene backing is a super smooth plastic mounting substrate that resists warping, making it an excellent choice for providing rigidity to prints. This Tibetan mani chos 'khor photo is: 13h x 10w