The bumpa is a ritual vase with a spout used in Tibetan Buddhist rituals and empowerment. There are two kinds of bumpa: the tso bum, or main vase, and the ley bum or activity vase. The main vase is usually placed in the center of the mandala, while the activity vase is placed on the Lama’s table and is used by the Chöpön, or ritual master, during rituals and empowerment. The bumpa is also used to sprinkle the shrine offerings.

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