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One of a Pair of Fire-Offering Ladles
Bowl of a Ritual Spoon
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This artwork is part of Rugs and Ritual in Tibetan Buddhism
This artwork is not on display
These matching ladles (1993.477.1.1a, b, 1993.477.2) (Sanskrit: darvika; Tibetan: dgang-gzar and blugs-gzar) were used to make offerings of fuel during a Homa ceremony, honoring Agni, the god of fire.
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