Definition of mani wall
: a wall made of stones inscribed with a Lamaist prayer
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Origin and Etymology of mani wall
mani from Tibetan, a prayer carved on the stones in such walls, from Sanskrit maṇi jewel (as in om maṇi padme hūṃ Oh, the jewel on the lotus, Amen—the words of the prayer)
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