The Meaning of Burning Incense and Ringing Bells in Buddhism (+84) 946 02 6622 (Whatsapp/Viber/Zalo) | www. rawincense.com Buddhist meditation or prayer rituals include objects that symbolize important concepts in Buddhism. Two of the most important objects in worship include the bell and incense. Each have several meanings and are part of honoring the Three Jewels or Three Treasures of Buddhism, which are the Buddha, the Dharma and the Sangha. Offerings in Buddhism Incense along with flowers and fruit represent some of the primary gifts that Buddhist practitioners offer during Buddhist prayer or on their altars. Incense in particular stands for ethics and morality. But these offerings only have meaning if the follower also has right conduct. Incense also reminds the practitioner of the path of the Middle Way, or moderation, and offers the key to enlightenment and Buddhahood. It creates a feeling of serenity. Evokes Protective Deities The bell symbolizes Buddha'