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Prayer wheels

LC control 87005871
LC classificationBQ5075.P73
Topical headingPrayer wheels
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Variant(s)Chos ʼkhor
Ma ni chos ʼkhor
Manichos ʼkhor
Tibetan Dharma wheels
Tibetan Manichos ʼkhor
See alsoBuddhism--Liturgical objects
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Wheels--Religious aspects
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Wheels--Religious aspects--Buddhism
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Found inWork cat.: Simpson, W. The Buddhist praying-wheel, 1970.
Random House.
Web. 3.
96-100324: Las sgrib rgyun gcod ʼkhor lo = Dharma wheel cutting karma, 1994.
Britannica Micro.: p. 669 (Prayer wheel, Manichos ʼkhor. In Tibetan Buddhism a mechanical device the use of which is equivalent to the recitation of a mantra. The prayer wheel consists of a hollow metal cylinder, often beautifully embossed, mounted on a rod handle and containing a consecrated written mantra.)
WorldCat: Aug. 18, 1998 (Ma ni ʼkhor loi phan yon : on the benefits to be derived from the use of the prayer wheel ... 1985.