Dorje refres to a Tibetan word. In different religious ceremony of Buddhist culture, lamas use dorje in their right hand which gives then positive energy. Dorje is also called thunderbold. There is ancient believe that dorje is used by different gods to remove the negative vibes in the universe and to bring balance in world by removing negative energy. Dorje is important ritual object in Vajrayana Buddhism and it is central symbol, which has dimond edges which removes obstackle and deals with compassion.
In Sanskrit phurba is call ‘’ KILA ”. Phurba is a Tibetan word. Phurba is three sided peg, nail which is used in ritual ceremony associated with indo-Tibetan Buddhism. Phurba is also called magic dragger. It is believed that padmashambhava invented phurba. Padmashambhava used phurba in 8th centuary in opening of monastery where phurba is consecrate in ground. This is two metal hand carved phurba which is specially made by fine artisan of Nepal. This phurba is mostly used in Tibetan ceremony. The top part is bhairab which is made from copper. The design of bhairab is hand carved and its antique looks made it more attractive.
The dowm part is made from three different high quality metals. As we know , Tibet has always been a nomadic culture, tent used in Tibetan culture is very important. It is also belived the nail part of phurba is is carried out through the top part of tent.