Ashtamangala-8 Symbol: Címbalos Tibetanos (Tingshas)
Ashtamangala-8 Symbol: Tibetan Tingsha
These Attractive Tingsha embossed with the 8 auspicious symbols from Tibetan Buddhism (Ashtamangala/Tashi Tag Gye) are commonly used by Sound therapists and healers. These Tingsa are made in Nepal and come in a lovely handmade paper box.
Tibetan tingsa (or Tingsha, Ting-Sha) are small cymbals used in prayer and rituals by Tibetan Buddhist practitioners. Two cymbals are joined together by a leather strap or chain. The cymbals are struck together producing a clear and high pitched tone. Typical sizes rangefrom 2½–4 inches (5-10cm) in diameter. Tingsha are very thick and produce a unique long ringing tone. Antique tingsha were made from special bronze alloys that produce harmonic overtones.Tingsha are unique in form and function and distinctly different from other cymbals. Today, tingsha are used along with singing bowls and other instruments in meditation, music and sound therapy. Traditionally,however, tingsha are also used as part of specific Tibetan rituals, such as offerings.
- 186g // Each cymbal approx. 6cm ∅
- Presented in handmade box;
- Imported from Nepal by a BAFTS recognized Fair Trade company.
|ECO & ETHICS||Sustentável, Comércio Justo-Fair Trade|
|≈ Medidas & Pesos||186g // Each cymbal / Cada címbalo approx. 6cm ∅|
|≈ Capacidade de Carga||-|
|País de Origem||Nepal|