A Tsa Tsa mould is traditionally used in Tibetan Buddhism to create images or shapes of a Buddha or Stupa, in the past mostly of clay. They come in many shapes and sizes. Various materials are used for this purpose, such as cast clay, plaster, clay, etc. During the process mantras are recited. The Tsa Ts can be given away, they are also used to fill large Stupa’s. One can also process the relics in the Tsa Tsas. It is said that TsaTtsa’s made by meditation masters have a protective effect. This mould is made of brass in a traditional way and the shape is a Long Life Buddha, a Long Life Stupa and 2 other Buddha forms.
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