Tibet Handicrafts | Buddhist bronze Cymbals
Buddhist Cymbals in bronze with decorative pattern of the eight auspicious symbols.
The cymbals, along with the wind instruments, are played in specific rites and depending on the type of alloy and thickness of the metal their sound can be very different. Cymbals smaller in diameter – that create a more delicate sound – are used in ceremonies addressed to pacific deities, while those of larger size with a more marked stamp are played during rituals designed to appease angry gods.
The different vibrations that can range from these simple tools help achieve certain mental stages during meditation and prayers recited by the monks.
Weight 280 gr