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Singing Bowl Muladhara Root Chakra Gift Box - 3 inch

SKU: sb016

 • Product Size: 3" Dia 1.5" H

Hand Made

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Pema Moktan

Beautiful reddish brown painted singing bowl in gift box with an image of the Muladhara or the Root Chakra symbol painted in gold tone on the inner bowl bottom. This lovely gift box comes complete with bowl, flat round brocade cushion, and wooden striker -- all in a beautiful handmade red lokta paper box stamped with an image of the Muladhara on the lid with string and button closure. A perfect gift for family, friends and students. Round cushion 3 inch diameter. Wood striker is 3.5 inch long. Box size is 4.25 x 3.75 x 2 inch. Handmade in Nepal.

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  • Sanskrit name: Muladhara (root, support)

    Mantra: Be grounded

    Symbol: Lotus with 4 petals

    Color: Ruby red

    Location: Base of spine (perineum)

    Corresponding hormonal gland: adrenal gland

    Associated anatomy: kidneys, spine, colon, legs, feet

    Characteristics: patience, structure, stability, security, ability to manifest your dreams, related to sexuality

    Imbalanced root chakra life issues: value material possessions as sacred, find trust in places of despair, having no direction in life, excessive worry about having enough money, security, safety, possessions

    Affected by: thoughts and feelings concerning needs, physical safety, home, possessions, career, finances

    Physical activities: yoga, movement focusing on legs & feet, any activity that is grounding, physical and demands presence

    Spiritual activities: noticing the beauty and perfection of the natural world, grounding meditations

    Musical note: C

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    Pema Moktan

    Pema Moktan is one of the younger singing bowl artisans but he is passionate about using the ancient techniques of the singing bowl craft.

    Pema’s production house is composed of his family which includes his son, his uncle and brothers. They are the main pillars of his work. Others include his trainees & neighbors who trained under him for many years. He loves to work in the most traditional way as he says that modern marvels kills the artistic core of the product.

    He has a traditional kiln and mostly works with older instruments and tools. He is very peculiar about the work place safety as it involves working in high temperatures around fire. Another thing he is very specific about is the health of his team. No one needs to come to work if they feel unwell in the slightest manner. He believes that creative work needs sound physical and mental health.

    The best singing bowls are hand hammered singing bowls. Pema is a master of making hand hammered singing bowls which requires outright dedication and expertise to make. A small mistake during the heating process or the subsidy in beating the bowls can result in the bowl that does not sing at all.

    Pema buys all the materials from local vendors. The main metals required for the high grade singing bowls are Gold, Silver, Mercury, Copper, Iron, Tin, Lead and Zinc. These are called ASTADHATU( Eight metals) in Nepali. Not all bowls use the same composition of metals, most of the bowls only have Copper, Iron, Tin, Lead and Zinc.

    He is also well aware of the child rights and hence always makes continuous efforts to ensure that there is no involvement of child labor in any of the process of singing bowl making. In Nepal, as per the data of 2016, about 25.2% of the population lives below the national poverty line. This shows that lower income generating groups are the most suffered people. And that is one of the reasons behind the higher level of involvement of child labor in case of Nepal. 

    We are proud to be associated with Pema for the singing bowls.