Eight-treasure agarwood beaded bracelet – classic
I. Information about Eight-treasure agarwood beaded bracelet
Material Agarwood 100% + Gemstone
Country of Origin: Lao
Number of seeds: Depending on the size
Agarwood ages: 12 – 14 years sedimentary
+ Female favorites
+ Gifts for relatives, friends, or colleagues
+ Brings good luck, helps mental comfort, reduces anxiety and stress
II. Product Description
The Eight Buddhist Treasures, also known as Ashtamangala, are a suite of eight auspicious symbols relating to Buddhism. They often feature in the arts of Buddhist cultures, including sword mounts. The classic eight, commonly encountered in Tibetan and Chinese art, are:
Wheel of dharma: Represents Gautama Buddha and the Dharma teaching.
Endless knot: Symbolizes love and the intertwined unity of everything.
Conch shell: Refers to the Buddha’s teaching spreading in all directions like the sound of the conch trumpet, awakening his subjects from the deep slumber of ignorance.
Victory banner: The symbol represents the Buddha’s victory over the four hindrances in the path of enlightenment; pride, desire, disturbing emotions, and the fear of death.
Lotus flower: Emerging from the murky, muddy depths, growing towards the light and producing a pristinely white flower above the surface, lotus symbolizes the path towards enlightenment.
Pair of fish: Symbolizes moving freely and spontaneously, without fear of drowning in the ocean of suffering.
Treasure vase: Symbolizes long life, wealth and prosperity.
Parasol: A symbol of protection from the suffering experienced in the lower realms of existence.
The combination of the eight treasures with Agarwood bracelets will bring meaning to the wearer about perfect protection, luck, and blessings.
III. Agarwood Production Process