These intricate hanging silver medallions are a convenient way to carry the dharma with you. Hang them on the wall, above doorways or windows, they also make a wonderful moving ornament for the car. Beautifully detailed on both sides, you could also attach them to your bag, or keep them as keyrings. Composed of a synthetic silk cord, choose between a silver Ashtamangala emblem, or an elephant charm.
The delicately carved silver elephant symbolising good luck hangs from a silver ring encircling a brass crossed-vajra, studded with red (or blue on the reverse) stone, and followed by a small studded silver crossed vajra.
An elaborate Ashtamangala emblem presents the 8 auspicious symbols - sacred to Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. Representing enlightened attributes, the symbols are: the precious parasol, white conch shell, two golden fish, eternal knot, great treasure vase, victory banner, lotus flower, and 8-spoked Dharmachakra wheel. Surrounding a stylised Tibetan letter OM, the medallion hangs from a silver ring encircling a brass crossed-vajra, studded with red (or blue on the reverse) stone, followed by a small studded silver crossed vajra, and complete with a miniature endless knot charm.