Traditional Singing Bowl with Auspicious Symbols and Vajra, NepalItem# NBT-SB825
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This large and ornate singing bowl is inscribed with some of the most significant symbols and inscriptions seen in Buddhism. On the inside there is the Vajra as well as the Eight Auspicious symbols. Both inside and along its outside rim, there is the mantra Om Mani Padme Hum, a mantra that translates to “hail to the jewel in the lotus.” This is one of the most widely used mantras.
Singing bowls are a wonderful way to enrich your spiritual practice, having long been used for meditation and healing. To use, simply strike the side with the mallet and then run along its rim.
- Singing bowl with traditional symbols and mantra
- Made of traditional metals
- Measures 8x8x4 inches
- Weighs approximately between 2 and 3 lbs.
- Comes with cushion (color may vary) and two strikers
- Made in Nepal
Made by Tibetan artists in Nepal – variations in metal finish, size and weight may be present, enhancing individual character of each singing bowl. The color of the cushion may vary.