Tibetan OM Mani Padme Hum Fair Trade Round Bracelet.
Giveaway via our partner, Sivana
Om Mani Padme Hum is the universal mantra of love and compassion. Each of the syllables are beautifully hand-carved on this bracelet. The can be adjusted by pulling the cord. The bracelet is made from Yak Bone.
The yak is a long-haired animal found throughout the Himalayan region of south Central Asia, the Tibetan Plateau and as far north as Mongolia and Russia. All the yak bones used in our jewelry are the leftover from the domestic population that died from natural causes! This Bracelet is carefully hand made by superior crafts people, exiled Tibetans refugees living in India, Nepal, Bhutan, Mongolia and elsewhere.Purchases directly assists in the day to day lives of these refugees and aids in preserving and expanding the unique, rich Tibetan heritage and culture. This is a Fair Trade item. Color of the bracelet will vary slightly lighter or darker.
Sivana is based in the yoga beach culture of Encinitas, California. Brothers Benn and Sam relaunched the business last year with a fresh approach, a new look to the family business. Our concept is rooted in Eastern spirituality—providing support, inspiration and cool stuff for yoga, higher consciousness and sustainable living. Shop on Sivana’s website or visit our facebook.
To enter the giveaway, please share this on your facebook page and [email protected]@Sivana and then comment here that you’ve done so. We will pick winner randomly by Friday, January 25, 2012 at noon.
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