Tuesday, January 2, 2007

Varja and Bell


Another Popular Ritual Items is the Varja and Bell, Varja Also known as Dorje, is a quintessential symbol of Varjayana Buddhism, the name Varja actually means “hard or mighty” in Sanskrit, it is equivalent in Tibetan, as it means “Indestructible” or something that cannot be cut or broken.

The Varja Symbolize immovable or indestructible state of Buddha hood. The 5 spokes Varja Resembles of the 3 wisdoms and the 9 spokes Varja Resembles the Buddha of the 5 Families and also the 4 mothers.

When a Varja is always paired with a Bell and Varja represents a method or compassion.

The Bell, also known as Dri bul, has many different heights, from 8 finger’s height to a 22 finger widths in height that comes with a round base. The Hollow of the bell symbolizes the wisdom of cognizing emptiness and the clapper represents the sound of emptiness.

When a Bell is paired with Varja, it represents wisdom, which means the wisdom for the method. As both of the Varja and Bell is always together and never separated.

Another saying is that the Varja Represents the Compassion of the Buddha and the Bell Represents the Wisdom. The Bell is always visualized as the Buddha’s Body and the Varja is the mind and the sound made by the bell represents the Buddha’s Speech in spreading the Dharma.
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