Tibetan pilgrim or lucky stone. These stones are searched along the riverbeds in Nepal and are hand carved with the mantra and colorful painted.
On one side is the mantra om mani padme um and on the other side the eyes of Buddha. Om mani padme hum is a Buddhist mantra of compassion. It means "Hail to the jewel of the lotus." It is difficult to translate, but approximately it means: we must look within ourselves to find the peace of Buddha, the jewel is in the lotus.
Buddhists wear these stones as a protective amulet with them when they go on pilgrimage tour to holy places like Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha.
The price mentioned is for one stone. The stones are all different in size, 4 cm x 7 cm to 2.5 cm x 4 cm.