Description
Tibetan Buddhist Shakyamuni Buddha Singing Bowl Made in Nepal
Tibetan singing bowls or Himalayan bowls are a type of bell that vibrates and produces a rich, deep tone when played. These bowls are said to promote relaxation and offer powerful healing properties. In the religious context, the Tibetan Buddhist singing bowls are primarily associated with Buddhist practices like meditation Prayer, Trance Induction and chanting, Sakhya Muni attained enlightenment under a Pipal tree, known in the tradition as the Bodhi-Vraksha tree of enlightenment and emerged as his new being as Buddha. This singing bowl is named after Bhagwan Shakhyamuni Buddha. Friction created by a mallet rubbed around its rim produces astonishingly complex and continuous overtones of great harmony. A more mellow tone can be produced by striking the bowl with a mallet wrapped in soft material. _x000D__x000D_Built with Bronze, an auspicious & heavenly alloy with the eye-catching ancient carvings, and Includes a striker/ mallet. The sacred healing mantra carved Tibetan Singing Bowl is designed to produce pure octave tones. Also etched or engraved are the holy Om Mani Padme Hum Mantra, & some other symbols on this singing bowl in Tibetan script. This antique bowl is engraved with abstract designs._x000D__x000D_To play the singing bowl, there is a beautifully finished striker, known as the mallet made with a ‘soft strike technique’ involving fine quality wood wrapped with the maroon colored soft felt of appropriate density covered on its one end for striking. The bowl is securely placed atop an appropriate sized vibrant sky blue colored o-ring shaped cushion prepared to prevent the bowl from sliding around and to give an excellent tone quality.



Specifications:

Bronze Statue, Cloth and Wood

3.2 inch Height x 7.2 inch Width x 7.2 inch Depth-Bowl

7.5 inch-Stick

6 inch-Cushion Dia

0.87 Kg.
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