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Tamashii Original Silver 925‰ Ring RIG ZVA -Red Passion Agate

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Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.
Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.
RIG ZVA hat is worn by students who have passed the exam of Sgrub Grva, that's reserved to the Grub Bla Ma and to the abbots (Gdan sa).


Tamashii original ring RIG ZVA with natural stones RED PASSION AGATE
In Silver 925‰, available in different sizes, engraved with “Om Mani Padme Hūm”, mantra related to the Buddha of compassion Chenrezig, among of the most known and widespread mantra in buddhism.

Each ring comes with its original packaging and the guarantee certificate.

 

INTRODUCTION ON THE PRODUCT ORIGIN
Tamashii® is a product made in Middle East (Himalaya area) according to ancient traditions, using supervised products, techniques and processes by Aria Preziosa.
Tamashii® brand is owned by Aria Preziosa srl.

CONSUMER HEALTH PROTECTION
All Tamashii® Jewels are handcrafted with natural stones and materials in compliance with rules related to the protection of people (Italian Decree 206-6/9/2005).
All the metals we use have a nickel content complying with the rule EN 1811:2011.

To view the legal guarantee in its entirety, please visit the specific web page.

Each Tamashii® product is made to last over time if all the basic use and maintenance suggestions are followed.

All the materials have natural origins, so their lifetime and characteristics are variable and unpredictable. Chemicals can modify and affect their appearance and durability, meaning that over time they can produce variations of the colours and polishes.

Some stones are naturally matte and we apply polish on them through a mechanical treatment. In the long term they can go back to their original aspect.

We recommend:
• avoid contact with make-up, creams, perfumes and chemicals
• don’t expose the products to chlorine, soaps or salt water
not to wear Tamashii® jewels while taking a bath or shower, in the swimming pool or during housecleaning

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Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. PAN ZVA hat is worn by Pandita abbots, "the erudites”.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. PAN ZVA hat is worn by Pandita abbots, "the erudites”.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. PAN ZVA hat is worn by Pandita abbots, "the erudites”.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. PAN ZVA hat is worn by Pandita abbots, "the erudites”.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. PAN ZVA hat is worn by Pandita abbots, "the erudites”.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. PAN ZVA hat is worn by Pandita abbots, "the erudites”.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. PAN ZVA hat is worn by Pandita abbots, "the erudites”.

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Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. PAN ZVA hat is worn by Pandita abbots, "the erudites”.

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Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. PAN ZVA hat is worn by Pandita abbots, "the erudites”.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. PAN ZVA hat is worn by Pandita abbots, "the erudites”.

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Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. RIG ZVA hat is worn by students who have passed the exam of Sgrub Grva, that's reserved to the Grub Bla Ma and to the abbots (Gdan sa).

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. RIG ZVA hat is worn by students who have passed the exam of Sgrub Grva, that's reserved to the Grub Bla Ma and to the abbots (Gdan sa).

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. RIG ZVA hat is worn by students who have passed the exam of Sgrub Grva, that's reserved to the Grub Bla Ma and to the abbots (Gdan sa).

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. RIG ZVA hat is worn by students who have passed the exam of Sgrub Grva, that's reserved to the Grub Bla Ma and to the abbots (Gdan sa).

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. RIG ZVA hat is worn by students who have passed the exam of Sgrub Grva, that's reserved to the Grub Bla Ma and to the abbots (Gdan sa).

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. RIG ZVA hat is worn by students who have passed the exam of Sgrub Grva, that's reserved to the Grub Bla Ma and to the abbots (Gdan sa).

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. RIG ZVA hat is worn by students who have passed the exam of Sgrub Grva, that's reserved to the Grub Bla Ma and to the abbots (Gdan sa).

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. RIG ZVA hat is worn by students who have passed the exam of Sgrub Grva, that's reserved to the Grub Bla Ma and to the abbots (Gdan sa).

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. RIG ZVA hat is worn by students who have passed the exam of Sgrub Grva, that's reserved to the Grub Bla Ma and to the abbots (Gdan sa).

In Tibet, Lamaism is divided into several schools, among the most characteristic and ancient being that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients," the second school. Their monks wear different headdresses, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. The RIG ZVA headgear is worn by students who have passed the examinations of the Sgrub Grva course, that is, reserved for Grub Bla Ma and abbots (Gdan Sa). Since the dawn of civilization, Lapis lazuli has been one of the most well-known and celebrated gemstones. It was often used during rituals performed by Mesopotamian peoples, believed to be the abode where the purest essence of the divine resided. Wearing the Lapis Lazuli stone contributes to a person's integrity and honesty by helping him or her remain consistent with choices made in the past.

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Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

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In Tibet, Lamaism is divided into several schools. Among the most distinctive and ancient is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients," the second school. Their monks wear different headdresses, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. The PAN ZVA headdress is worn by the Pandita abbots, "the scholars." Since the dawn of civilization, Lapis lazuli has been one of the most well-known and celebrated gemstones. It was often used during rituals performed by Mesopotamian peoples, believed to be the abode where the purest essence of the divine resided. Wearing the Lapis lazuli stone contributes to a person's integrity and honesty by helping him or her remain consistent with choices made in the past.