Eight Auspicious Symbols Carved Singing Bowl

Eight Auspicious Symbols Carved Singing Bowl

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Ringing Bowl Set

A Sankha or a conch is one of the eight auspicious symbols of the Asthamangala. It has multiple interpretations and meanings. Among them the two most common ones are that it’s a symbol of lord Vishnu and another is that the sound produced from it is said to be the sound of dharma which awakens people from ignorance and blesses them with enlightenment.

This special brown etching meditation ringing bowl  has a Sankha etched on the inside and is beautifully decorated at the sides. It is surrounded with Tibetan mantras on the outside and has simple patterns above it. This 4-inch bowl comes along with a light rosewood leather mallet and a blue Tibetan silk tassel square cushion.


Palm Fit Ringing Bowl - Types/Material : Brass

Singing Bowl Size

  • Diameter : 4 inch


  • 330 gram
Striker size(inch)
  • Diameter: 2.3 cm
  • Length : 5 inch

Cushion size(inch) : 4 inch

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