Mongolia – 2024 – 2000 Togrog – Manjushri Mandala / Archeology & Symbolism Series ANTIQUED COLOR


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Issuing Country Mongolia
Year of Issue 2024
Face Value 2000 Togrog
Metal Silver
Fineness (purity) 9999/1000
Weight 3 oz (93.3 grams)
Diameter 65 mm
Quality Antiqued
Mintage 111 pcs.
Scope of Delivery Box
Special features Ultra high relief Smartminting, ultra-detailed
Color and 8 crystals inserted


The Manjushri Mandala coin is the 11th issue in the ‘Archeology & Symbolism’ series. Taking advantage of the enhanced ultra-high relief Smartminting©️ technology puts the artwork in a completely new perspective. The relief reaches more as twice the coin thickness. The coin has an antique finish and is struck on a huge 3 oz pure .999 silver 65mm blank in the highest quality possible. It has a limited mintage of only 111 pcs color & crystals antiqued (plus 111 pcs gilded, and 333 pcs plain antiqued). The coin comes in a beautiful box with a certificate of authenticity. Get the 11th edition of this series now at your local modern coin dealer before it gets sold out as all previous issues did.

Coin description

The reverse of the coin depicts the Manjushri Mandala, with Manjushri, a Bodhisattva embodying enlightenment, in the center and inscription: “Manjushri Mandala” (the name) and “2024” (the year of issue). It has ultra-high relief and interesting small details of the original Manjushri Mandala.

The obverse side of the coin depicts the standard Coat of Arms of Mongolia with circles and with the inscriptions: “MONGOLIA” (the issuing country), “2000 TOGROG” (the face value) and “3oz .999 SILVER” (the weight and the fineness of the Silver).

Background information

Manjushri Mandala represents the profound wisdom and compassion of Manjushri, a Bodhisattva embodying enlightenment. This sacred mandala is a visual representation of the universe, with Manjushri seated at its center, surrounded by intricate patterns and symbolic elements. As the Bodhisattva of Wisdom, Manjushri’s presence in the mandala signifies the illumination of ignorance and the attainment of enlightenment through the cultivation of wisdom.

The Manjushri Mandala serves as a spiritual tool for meditation and visualization, guiding practitioners on the path to wisdom and enlightenment. By contemplating the mandala’s intricate details and meditating on the presence of Manjushri, individuals seek to awaken their innate wisdom and insight. Through the practice of Manjushri Mandala meditation, practitioners aspire to transcend mundane concerns and perceive the true nature of reality, ultimately achieving liberation from suffering. In essence, the Manjushri Mandala is not only a sacred art form but also a profound spiritual practice that empowers individuals to awaken the wisdom within and realize the highest truth of existence.

The Manjushri Mandala holds significance in regions like Mongolia, where Tibetan Buddhism is practiced extensively. In these areas, the mandala serves as a focal point for spiritual devotion and meditation, guiding practitioners on the path to enlightenment.