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This handcast meditation bowl is carefully hand tuned for clarity of sound but not intended for use as a traditional singing bowl. The box features the historical Sakyamuni Buddha, founder of Buddhism and the earliest expounder of the Dharma or Buddhist teachings, though he is thought to be just one of many Buddhas or enlightened beings. The paper used to make the attractive box comes from the bark of a sustainably harvested Himalayan shrub called lokta. Inside are instructions for a simple meditation using the bowl.
This handcast meditation bowl is carefully hand tuned for clarity of sound but not intended for use as a traditional singing bowl. The box features the goddess Tara, known as the bodhisattva of compassion or The Swift One because of her immediate response to those requesting her aid. She is also called the Liberator and goddess who grants all wishes. The paper used to make the attractive box comes from the bark of a sustainably harvested Himalayan shrub called lokta. Inside are instructions for a simple meditation using the bowl.
This simple meditation bowl is carefully hand tuned for clarity of sound but not intended for use as a traditional singing bowl. The box top and sides feature the sanskrit symbol for Om which signifies the innate spiritual energy and vibrational god-like essence of all things in the universe.
The attractive gift box is made with sustainably harvested Himalayan lokta paper on top of a recycled paper board. Inside the 3.5'' square box you''ll find a cushion, striker and 3'' dia. bowl along with instruction for care and how to use the bowl for a simple meditation. Handmade in Nepal by skilled artisans using traditional crafting methods.
Tibetan tingshas are traditionally used for meditation, ritual ceremonies and as an elegant and powerful decorative element. In iconic depictions of celestial orchestras goddesses are often seen playing 'ting-sha' or hand cymbals. A quick tap of these two flower etched bells will generate a lovely chime, pleasing to all goddesses (and gods!) everywhere.
All our tingsha are hand cast with a traditional 7-metal alloy to produce a powerful harmonic resonance. Each one is strung on a dark cotton cord and comes with an informative hang tag. Each tingsha is handmade by Tibetans at the Lingtsang metal craft colony in India. (3''dia.)
The Andean Drum is an important instrument to the indigenous music of the Andes, our hand-crafted drums, are made in Huancayo, Peru. All drums are made from natural materials: wood, bark from trees, animal skin, & hand woven twine. Andean Drums are used for festive occasions & are an essential part of traditional Andean Music. Use your drum the same way and make some rhythm. Measures 10 inches in diameter and is 3 inches deep. Comes with 8 inch wooden stick. (Not shown). Peru.
The Drum's basic design has been almost unchanged for thousands of years, & they are one of the world's oldest & most ubiquitous musical instruments in history. Our Triangle Drum has a wooden style frame which has goat-skin stretched over the frame. One mallet is included with each drum. Peru.
A beautiful, highly reflective, engraved bronze with 3 metal alloy Tibetan Singing Bowl. Made by special craftsmen, each bowl with hand engraving on the inside bottom and with decorative grooves encircling the outside of the bowl. Medium Mantra style. Approximately 5 inches in diameter by 2 inches high. Made in Nepal.
A beautiful singing bowl gift box with an image of the Peace Buddha worked on the inner bottom. This lovely gift box comes complete with three-metal bowl, embroidered, tasseled square cushion, and wooden striker -- all in a beautiful handmade lokta paper box with a string and button closure. A perfect gift for family, friends & students. Bowl 4 inch diameter and 2.25 inches high. Yellow square cushion 4 x 4 inches . Striker is 5 inches long. Box size is 5 x 5 x 4 inches. Handmade in Nepal.