Tibetan protection amulet Sitatapatra with the image of the endless knot or lucky knot in colours white, red and orange. Sitatapatra is also called: Dhugkar (Tibet). The Boddhisattva Sitatapatra stands for challenging Negative Powers. The amulet is made of silk and a paper with the mantra: "Om Sitatapatra Parajite Sarvagrahanant Trasays Trasya Hana Hana Drum Drum Hum Hum Phat Phat Svaha".
In Tibetan Buddhism is believed that wearing this amulet eleminates opposing forces, helps to overcome hindrances and aids in achieving ones goals.
This unique handmade Tibetan Buddhist protection amulet comes from the Bouddhanath Stupa in Nepal and is called Sung Khor. The amulet contains a paper mantra dipped in saffron water, then dried, folded, and wrapped with silk thread. Finally the protection amulet is blessed by a Buddhist Lama.
The dimensions of this amulet are 4 cm x 4 cm x 0.5 cm and comes with a coloured adjustable cord. A description of the amulet is available in language Dutch or English.