Burgundy and Gold Tone Painted Hand Hammered Mantra Tibetan Singing Bowl, Rin Gong, 5", Free Magnet
Tibetan Buddhists use singing bowls as a signal to begin and end periods of silent meditation. Some practitioners use the singing bowl chanting, striking it when a particular phrase is chanted. Many Tibetan rinpoches and monks use singing bowls in monasteries and meditation centers today. Singing bowls are played by striking the rim of the bowl with a mallet. They can also be played by the friction of rubbing a wood, plastic, or leather wrapped mallet around the rim of the bowl to emphasize the harmonic overtones and a continuous 'singing' sound. They are often made of seven metal. The design and symbols around the outside of the bowl are as pictured, with minimal differences; however, due to the handmade nature of the process, the designs inside and on the bottom of the bowl often vary.
- Made from Seven Different Metals; Hand Hammered; Beautifully Painted Burgundy and Gold
- Size: 5 Inches (Buy with caution because some sellers use machine made singing bowls as hand hammered singing bowls. The price differece is almost 100%)
- Free Wood Mallet, and a Copyrighted Buddha Eye Magnet (The design of which is registered with the Federal Copy Right Commision.)
- Tibetan Singing Bowl Handmade and Hand Hammered in Nepal
- Om Mani Padme Hum Mantra around the Bowl