Hand Held Tibetan Prayer Wheels

Our authentic Hand Held Tibetan Prayer Wheels are a combination of ancient tradition and modern technology. The Prayer Wheel plays a very important role in Tibetan Buddhist tradition. Brought to our world by one of the most renowned historical Buddhist teachers, Nagarjuna, it has been used for over a thousand years by the great Yogis of Tibet, including Marpa and Milarepa, as well as people from all various walks of life. All the prayer wheels we offer are specially filled with Millions of copies of the Mantra:


This Mantra was written by His Holiness The Dalai Lama specifically for the purpose of duplicating as many times as possible for use in the Prayer Wheels.  Using special equipment, the Mani Mantras are micro printed, they are then properly placed in the prayer wheel. According to tradition, the more mantras that are wound inside a Prayer Wheel, the more beneficial it becomes - micro printing allows us to put Millions of Mantras in every Prayer Wheel.

The practice of turning the Prayer Wheel, or even having in one’s home, is said to be of immeasurable benefit for oneself and others. Buddhist teachers and the ancient texts expound the profound benefits of the Prayer Wheel for its ability to quickly harmonize the environment, promote healing, increase compassion, and assist practitioners on their journeys to enlightenment.



Brass Hand Held Prayer Wheel



Brass hand held prayer wheel with inlayed mantra lettering and colored stones, antiqued wood handle, Double Dorje etching on copper bottom, filled with 40 Million Mani Mantras. Filled according to the detailed instructions in the Tibetan Buddhist Commentaries. Made with the proper earth and sky wheels, the method for making our Prayer Wheels has been verified by Kyabje Zopa Rinpoche; and every Prayer Wheel we offer has been checked for authenticity by Ven. Lhundrop Kelsang.

Brass Prayer Wheel 10' x 3" (40 Million Mantras ) $165.00  Add to cart



Wheel of Great Compassion


The Wheel of Great Compassion is the first Book to provide Western readers with a complete understanding of the prayer wheel—an ancient and mystical practice that has long been popular with Buddhists throughout Tibet and now in the West - for its ability to bless the environment, promote healing, increase compassion, and assist practitioners on their journeys to enlightenment.

This Book offers a clear description of prayer wheel practice, its meaning and benefits, and its role as an essential ritual and symbol of Tibetan Buddhism. It contains a general introduction to the prayer wheel, photographs and illustrations, six commentaries by Tibetan lamas (including Lama Zopa Rinpoche), and instructions for proper use.

Wheel of Great Compassion  $18.95 Add to cart

The Practice of the Prayer Wheel in Tibetan Buddhism     
Lorne Ladner, Editor
Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Foreword


We can ship our Prayer Wheels to almost anywhere in the world, please contact us for more information on International shipping costs.

We offer discounts on larger orders for meditation centers and other organizations. Please contact us for more information.