When we invite house guests, we often welcome them with a delicious delicacy. Similarly, when we invite the blessings of the deities in our practice, we honor them with a sacrificial cake, or torma. Carved in lightweight yet resilient wood, tormas are brightly painted with enamel.
The shape, ingredients, and color of a torma varies depending upon to whom it will be offered. The wooden shal-zé torma, painted red and adorned with circular white buttons, is placed in your offering bowl to conveniently represent the food offering.
You can find all other items for your offering practices here.
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