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the five symbolic ornaments/ seals [IW]
 
the five symbolic ornaments/ seals [IW]
  
The Five Symbolic Ornaments/Symbolic Seals/Ornamental Seals/Mudrās: 1. wheels ('' 'khor lo), 2. earrings (''rna cha''), 3. necklace(s)/choker(s) (''mgul rgyan''), 4. bracelets (''gdu bu''), and 5. belt (''ska rags''). Technically ''mudrā''-s', and these have a similar physical-symbolic function to the usual sense of ''mudrā'', but here the term has the specific meaning of certain bodily ornaments, which each have a symbolic significance. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]  
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The Five Symbolic Ornaments/Symbolic Seals/Ornamental Seals/Mudrās: 1. wheels ('' 'khor lo), 2. earrings (''rna cha''), 3. necklace(s)/choker(s) (''mgul rgyan''), 4. bracelets (''gdu bu''), and 5. belt (''ska rags''). Technically 'mudrā-s', these have a similar physical-symbolic function to the usual sense of ''mudrā'', but here the term has the specific meaning of certain bodily ornaments, each with a symbolic significance. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]  
  
 
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[TRS 143-4]; the five symbolic ornaments / seals [RY]

the five symbolic ornaments/ seals [IW]

The Five Symbolic Ornaments/Symbolic Seals/Ornamental Seals/Mudrās: 1. wheels ( 'khor lo), 2. earrings (rna cha), 3. necklace(s)/choker(s) (mgul rgyan), 4. bracelets (gdu bu), and 5. belt (ska rags). Technically 'mudrā-s', these have a similar physical-symbolic function to the usual sense of mudrā, but here the term has the specific meaning of certain bodily ornaments, each with a symbolic significance. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]