Traditional hand-beaten singing bowl with the asthamangala shell engraved on the inside. The shell is one of the eight Tibetan lucky signs (Ashtamangala's). The shell is made of metal, of which 10% is recycled from old broken bowls.
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The exterior of the shell contains engravings of the mantra "Om mani padme hum" and on the bottom the Shrivatsa symbol is engraved. The singing bowl comes with a wooden mallet.
Key: A Dimensions: 19 cm x 19 cm x 10 cm Weight: 900 grams
This singing bowl has been bought Fair Trade in Nepal and you can watch here how these bowls are manufactured.