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Auspicious Buddhism Symbols Brass Tibetan Tingsha Bell - B


Auspicious Buddhism Symbols Brass Tibetan Tingsha Bell - B

Tibetan tingsha bells are small cymbals used in prayer and rituals by Tibetan Buddhist and Yoga practitioners. Two bells are joined together by a leather strap or chain. The cymbals are struck together producing a clear and high pitched tone.
The Tingsha Bells are usually accompanied by other Tibetan singing bowls, gong sounds, or crystal bowls, and other instruments, whether you are hearing it live or on a record. These sounds and instruments are great to listen to during your yoga or meditation practice.

In Buddhism Traditions, the Eight Auspicious Symbols are a set of objects that represent qualities of enlightenment and serve as teaching tools.

The Eight Auspicious Symbols, white parasol, a conch shell, a treasure vase, a victory banner, a dharma wheel, a pair of golden fish, an endless knot, and a lotus flower.


 Dimensions (approx.)

  • Diameter 4.5cm


 How to Play Tingsha Bells

The bells are not very thin like musical cymbals they are actually quite thick. They are also not used like musical cymbals, by banging the two flatter surfaces together. They are played by hitting the two edges together and then allowing them to move apart from each other so that the tone can resonate throughout the room.

    Auspicious Buddhism Symbols Brass Tibetan Tingsha Bell - B