The prayer wheel is undoubtedly the object of the Buddhist ritual best known to laymen, but also the best companion of the faithful. Commonly called Chos-kor, it means "to turn the doctrine" and refers to the first teaching of the Buddha, after awakening, which thus set the Wheel of Dharma in motion. It consists of a cylinder filled with mantras rotating around an axis. Operating the prayer wheel has the same symbolism and spiritual value as reciting mantras. The prayer wheel is turned clockwise.
Prayer wheel in copper and brass with wooden handle.
Find all the flavors of India on your plate thanks to the sweet taandori sold by the gram, this mixture of finely ground spices has a pretty brown-red color. With a very rich and subtle taste when cooked, the latter turns out to have a slightly spicy and very aromatic side.
In the spices that make up the tandoori:
chilli: rich in antioxidants, vitamins C...
An Urli is a large metal container, a kind of basin, which is used in various ways in India. They are used by people in everyday life as a saucepan, for washing clothes, they're used as containers for offerings or in large versions as huge saucepans for ceremonies or wedding celebrations. They are usually made of bronze, brass or metal.