Large Offering Bowls crafted from fine quality copper metal with a thin brass lining on the outer edge of each bowl. Water is the most commonly used as an offering substance in this practice of generosity. They are used at the beginning of the day and/or meditation period to make water offerings to the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas.
Alternatively, you can make filled with rice upon which is inserted a stick of incense, flower, fruit, tingsha bells, conch shell or anything with good intent.
Seven Copper Offering Bowls with butter lamp, typically used to make the seven kinds of offerings on any Buddhist Shrine or altar. This an essential way of offering your own generosity.
Offering bowls are used on the altar or shrine. They are placed in a straight line and filled with water. At the end of the day empty them, and then fills them again on the morning of the next day, or when practicing later on.
Large Offering Bowls dimenions are approx. 3.25" diameter x 1.5" high.
The brocade shrine cloth is sold separately under the shrine supplies dept.