Carved Tibetan mani stone is another way of spreading prayers to life and nature in the Himalayan country Nepal. Many mantras and deity figures are carved on mani stones and kept on the mountain areas alongside the paths and mostly, next to the stupas and monasteries.
Tibetan mani stones are found in many pilgrimage places in Nepal and the root of this traditional culture is from Tibet which is passed down to the Newar and Tamang communities in Nepal.
Nepalese carvers believe that mani carving work is very important and the reason behind is to preserve the sense of Nepalese culture.
Your purchase of the carved Tibetan mani stone is a motivation to the craftsman to spread the Buddhist prayers throughout the world.