The most common type of offering on Tibetan Buddhist shrines is water offerings. It also called yonchap in Tibetan. The offering bowl set normally has seven bowls. Tibetans also burn yak butter or ghee in offering bowls too. One reason that we offer water is that water in Tibet has traditionally been considered plentiful and free, and therefore painless to give. The idea is that all of our offerings should be given as freely as we would give water.
- Offering bowls made from brass copper alloy metal; Fire resistant, sturdy, and durable; Does not tip easily; Light weight and portable; Easy to store.
- Brass offering bowl for burning cone, charcoal, and resin incense, palo santo, offering, smudging, and decorating meditation spot, altar, accent table, shelves, and yoga space.
- Small offering bowls with consistent size, shape, and quality; Easy to clean; No peeling; Fits indoor and outdoor use; Offering bowl for water, rice, oil, fruits, salt, flowers, herb crystals, and gemstones; NOT food graded.
- Unique altar accessories, incense burners, smudge bowls, decoration bowls for rituals, Buddhist ceremonies, Tibetan and Hindu holidays, person puja, and Diwali pooja.
- Bulk Buddhist offering bowls; Set of 7; Gift ready.
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