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97332-785327

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Eight Lucky Signs of Sikkim
The eight lucky signs Dug (Parasol), Bhumpa (Vase), Dhungkar (White Conch), Gyaltsen (Victorious Banner), Sernya (Golden Fish), Pema (Lotus), Palbheu (Endless Knot), Choekyi Khorlo (Wheel of Dharma) are called as Tashi Tagyein Tibetan. These auspicious signs are intimate with life and teachings of th Buddha. These eight lucky signs manifest themselves in paintings and in the form of carving on the furniture and can also be seen on the walls of buildings.


Dug (Parasol) : Signifies the shade under which one can have the fortune of escaping from the sufferings of the scorching heat of all sorts of miseries of the world.

Bhumpa (Vase) : Like vase of inexhausting treasure, this signifies the fortune of having an inexhausting luxurious welth of good health, long life and material welth.

Dhungkar (White Conch) : Signifies the awakening of sentient beings from the sleeping state of their ignorance and persuading them towerds the path of noble deeds that are beneficial to self and other.

Gyaltsen (Victorious Banner) : Signifies the fortune of having victory of good over the evil forces which obstructs the success of noble goals and also the victory of the Dharma preached by the Buddha.

Sernya (Golden Fish) : Signifies the ability to swim with ease without any hindrance in the ocean of samsaric world and from happiness to hapiness into the water of blissfulness. This also signifies the two truths - pain and transcendental truth.

Pema (Lotus) : Like lotus which through grown in the mud remains free from the muddy dirt, this signifies the purity of one's mind and deeds which are free from the dirt of sins. Symbol of non-attachment.

Palbheu (Endless Knot) : Signifies the fortune of complementing every aspect of the life harmoniously to each other such as religion and politics, wisdom and means and of knowledge and compassion.

Choekyi Khorlo (Wheel of Dharma) : Signifies the fortune of passing the time of all the sentient beings under the blessings of the Buddha's Wheel of Dharma being turned eternally without coming to an end.

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Tse-ka Commercial Complex (Room No 17) 31A National highway Road
Near Private Taxi Stand Gangtok, Sikkim (India).
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Mob : + 91- 98320-79305/98324-48551/
97332-785327

Email: adarshtours@yahoo.com
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