Khorlo is the wheel in Buddhist literature – the wheel of life – the cycle of eternal growth. ‘Khorlo’ signifies the fortune of passing the time of all the sentient beings under the blessings of Lord Buddha’s Wheel of Dharma being tuned eternally without coming to an end. In Tibetan Literature ‘Khorlo’ means “The Rising Sun”. It symbolizes the propagation of Buddha’s teaching. The first sermon setting in motion of the cycle of law is symbolist in a wheel with eight spokes, which stand for the eight fold path.