copy of Bol chantant tibétain, OM
Tibetan Singing Bowl: Chö-Pa
Beautiful singing bowl Chö-PA of Nepal. The singing bowls have chö-pa sounds rather bell-type. It produces a type of sound fundamental (1st harmonic) and two audible with the 2nd and 3rd harmonic. These singing bowls vibrate and you carry.
size approx 10cmx6cm height, weight approx 350g
size height 10cmx5.5cm
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NE0264, NE0265 and NE0269: Copper 71.5% / 28% Tin / Nickel 0.02% / 0.01% mercury / Zinc 0.02% / 0.02% Iron / Lead 0.001% / 0.002% Silver / gold 0 , 0001%
Historically singing bowls were manufactured in Asia, especially in Nepal in China and Japan.
The singing bowls are associated with decorative bells that littered the Silk Road. The types most rependu bowl are those of the Himalayas and are often referred to as Tibetan singing bowls.
The singing bowls are used to start periods of silent meditation. They are also used during the singing and can mark the passage of time or a change of activity during meditation as in Japan. Some Tibetan monks use singing bowls during their ceremonies.
The singing bowls are used by striking the edge of the bowl with a mallet, or may be used by rubbing a wooden mallet, leather, felt or plastic around the edge of the bowl, to unveil the harmonies of her singing. Each singing bowls and produces a single vibration.