The 6" Bowl Measurements (Approx):
Bowl Diameter: 6" / 15 cm
Bowl Weight: 1 lb 6 oz / 640 g
The 7.5" Bowl Measurements (Approx):
Bowl Diameter: 7.5"/ 19 cm
Bowl Weight: 1 lb 15 oz / 880 g
The Amitabha was, in ancient times and in another world, a monk and former king named Dharmakara who came into contact with buddhism through Lokesvararaja and renounced his throne. He resolved to become the Buddha and come into the Buddha-Field. He expressed this resolution through 48 vows, which outlined the type of perfect universe he set out to create through merit and rebirth. Through his efforts, he created a pure land called Sukhavati.
The 8" Bowl Measurements (Approx):
Bowl Diameter: 8" / 20 cm
Bowl Weight: 2 lbs 7 oz / 1 kg
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Approximate Bowl Measurements:
Bowl Diameter: 16" / 40 cm
Bowl Weight: 15 lbs / 6.9 kg
What is the Sri Yantra?
The Sri Yantra is composed of nine interlocking triangles that radiate outwards from the center.
Four triangles point heavenward. Some say they represent Shiva, or the masculine, while the five that point earthward are for Shakti, or the feminine. This suggests to some that the Sri Yantra symbolizes for the union of the masculine and the feminine divine.
We also find that this central point can represent the junction of the physical, manifest, world and the spiritual realms and the Source, your Higher Self.