Endless Knot (Ashtamangala) Ring | Sterling Silver Rings

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This Endless Knot Ring is a symbol steeped in deep spiritual significance. This ring, with its interwoven lines forming the Ashtamangala, represents the intertwining of wisdom and compassion, the eternal continuum of mind where beginning and end are but illusions. Crafted in lustrous silver, the Endless Knot rests atop a band that gleams with intention and purpose. It's a talisman for the seeker, a beacon for the believer, and a treasure for the collector of meaningful beauty. This piece is not just worn, it is experienced, offering a tangible connection to the ancient wisdom that reminds us of life's interdependent nature and the endless cycle of cause and effect.

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Item Code: JXN82
Sterling Silver
Dimensions 21 mm Height
Weight: 10 gm
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The Endless Knot (Skt. shrivatsa; Tib. dpal be'u):

The endless knot is a closed, graphic ornament composed of right-angled, intertwined lines. It is conjectured that it may have evolved from an ancient naga symbol with two stylized snakes.

Two Serpents

This latter image signifies the dramatic interplay and interaction of the opposing forces in the dualistic world of manifestation, leading to their union, and ultimately to harmony in the universe. This fact is amply reflected in the symmetrical and regular form of the endless knot.

Endless Knot

The intertwining of lines reminds us how all phenomena are conjoined and yoked together as a closed cycle of cause and effect. Thus the whole composition is a pattern that is closed on in itself with no gaps, leading to a representational form of great simplicity and fully balanced harmony.

Since all phenomena are interrelated, the placing of the endless knot on a gift or greeting card is understood to establish an auspicious connection between the giver and the recipient. At the same time, the recipient is goaded to righteous karma, being reminded that future positive effects have their roots in the causes of the present. This is because the knot represents a connection, a link with our fates, binding us to our karmic destiny. Not surprisingly, this is one of the most favorite symbols in Tibetan Buddhism, and often occurs independently on its own.

Since the knot has no beginning or end it also symbolizes the infinite wisdom of the Buddha.



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