Tibetan silver are unique and well designed ornaments that hang on necklaces, bracelets and earrings. They are simply known as ‘hanging jewelry or ornaments'. Pendants come in variety of brands and designs. Among the very best causing ripples in the fashion industry are the Om pendants which are quality jewelry products loaded with meanings.
Omoncler vest have a very peculiar origin in the great Tibetan culture. The term "Om" is usually the very first sound in the highly revered mantra which denotes the Tibetan culture. The "Om" is part of a common Tibetan phrase normally used in the mantra. The phrase goes as follows: "Om main padme hum" meaning "hail to the jewel in the lotus". Each one of these words has a special meaning that connotes the idea of purification in the life of an individual. Meanwhile, the term "Om" later became part and parcel of jewelry manufacturing in the Hindu culture. The Buddhist jewelry also imbibed it.
Making of the "Om Pendant"
Om pendants are usually made of ceramics and other metals. They normally have special images attached to them. The Buddhist brands of Om pendants usually have the image of Buddha while the Hindu brands do come with images of Hindu statues. The Shiva statue is usually a very common image used in designing Hindu pendants.
In any case, the Om pendants of most brands usually comprise of endless knots. These knots have various interpretations. They could be interpreted as the interaction between the opposing forces of the world which leads to harmony in the universe. They also refer to the infinite wisdom of Buddha as seen in the Buddhist religion.