Tibet Agate Dragon Vein 10 Eyed & Happy Lotus Dzi Bead



History of the Dzi beads

ãeeãee Dzi made its first appearance during the period between 3000 BC to 1500 BC, in ancient India w Aryans inhabited. People at that time used to pray piously for godsâe(tm) blessing. They painted incantations, totems and other symbolic patterns in the ancient Veda (origins of various patterns on todayâe(tm)s Dzi) on stones to sublimate their spirit. Veda recorded, seriously tortured by geographical environment and natural calamities, people at that time prayed to gods for blessing and help, and naturally, âeoeDziâe emerged. Meanwhile, they intermingled various medicines with the motif of incantations and totems into stones in hope to get blessing and help from gods.

ãeeãee Bead pronounces as DZI in Tibetan language, meaning beauty ãe authority and wealth, and reads as "Meiziga " in Sanskrit. However, it was piously used as a sacrifice to Buddha gods in the 15th year of Zhenguan (641AD) for Tang Taizong when Wencheng princess married Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo, Wencheng took one statue of Buddha from India as dowry. Later, this statue was housed in Jokhang Temple in Lhasa studded with over hundreds of Dzi Beads by Tibetan people, including three nine-eyed Dzi Beads, and scores of three-eyed, twoâe"eyed, treasure bottle Dzi beads (also called immortality bottle
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