Blade or inferior part of a phurbu

 

 

 

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This whole of blades of phurbu, shows the predominance to little near general some containing motives some interlocking snakes. The most characteristic is certainly the photo n9 or two snakes are represented as well as a fish. In the photo l and 2 the snakes are firmly held by some hands. Three other blades are interesting; the 3 who is decorated of characters of writing; the 4 rich in symbols: trident, bumpa (vase to beak in whom is put back the phurbu after the ceremony) and the 5 who represents a quadruped surmounting some symbols (moon, sun, wheel).


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