SKU: T03

The sound created by the tingsha is a plea to the gods- whom the drums have called down to earth- to remain here. They are rung to start or end a meditation or teaching , or simply to create a moment of quiet concentration . The two cymbal- shaped metal disks are struck together at right angles , producing a loud sound with a unique shimmering quality. The tingsha or cymbals are made of brass and have a concavity in the center to which a cord is attached. They are played by holding the cord and letting the bells strike each other.
It has an eight auspicious symbols of Tibetan Buddhism on the top the bell , each symbols has one own meaning. Size 2.3"

Price: $35.00