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A bumpa is a ritual vase with a spout used in Vajrayana ceremonies. The bumpa is understood to be the vessel or the expanse of the universe and is often used for purification or consecration. There are two kinds of bumpas used in ceremonies: main vases (tso bum) and activity vases (ley bum).
- Material: painted copper and brass
- Approximately 8" tall without the feather
- Meticulously crafted and painted by Tibetan and Nepali artists in Boudha
- Includes a feather top (phundro)
Note: As this is handcrafted and painted there may be subtle differences in design compared to what is pictured.