Statues , statuettes, Tibetan Singing Bowls , Indian padlock Tibetan prayer mills and brass objects of different patinas . All these Indian brasss are made in Rajasthan , Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat. Singing and prayer wheels bowls are made in Nepal. All prayer wheels are loaded with mantras on scrolls.

Indian bronzes There are 21 products.

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  • Tibetan prayer wheel
    Tibetan prayer wheels . All the mills are charged ( parchment inside with mantras ) .
  • Bronze statues
    Statues , Indian bronze statues of different patinas . All these bronzes are made in Rajasthan , Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat.
  • singing bowls
    Singing bowls from Nepal handicrafts . These bowls have a sculpted interior (Buddha or other) and damask on the outside. Tibetan bowls are traditionally made of an alloy of seven metals, each of which is linked to the 7 planets of the solar system. You can use the Tibetan bowl in several ways. The easiest way is to make it sound by striking it with a mallet ( puja ) covered with felt like we hit a gong . And can also hold the bowl on the palm wide open and have a wooden stick all around . The motion must be seconded and quite slow. This gives a very pure sound that will rise gradually , and transmit the vibrations to the body by means of the palm . When you stop the movement , the sound gradually disappears . From the point of percussion , the sound may take several minutes. The effect is particularly soothing and gives a feeling of pleasant expansion. You can also use Tibetan bowl to bring well-being and serenity during a session of relaxation or massage.
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    In India, Tibet and Nepal, gongs still have a predominant place in temples where they still punctuate ceremonies, meditations and offerings today. All our gongs are made in Nepal and delivered with a mallet to hit it.

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    In India, Tibet and Nepal, gongs still have a predominant place in temples where they still punctuate ceremonies, meditations and offerings today. All our gongs are made in Nepal and delivered with a mallet to hit it.

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    In India, Tibet and Nepal, gongs still have a predominant place in temples where they still punctuate ceremonies, meditations and offerings today. All our gongs are made in Nepal and delivered with a mallet to hit it.

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    Every Buddhist practitioner has these two objects: the vajra (or dordjé, dorje) and the bell. While the dorje, male principle, is the symbol of the way, of the path to be followed, the bell or gantha, female principle, embodies knowledge, emptiness. They are used simultaneously in rituals, the dorje being held in the right hand, the bell in the left hand.

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    Every Buddhist practitioner has these two objects: the vajra (or dordjé, dorje) and the bell. While the dorje, male principle, is the symbol of the way, of the path to be followed, the bell or gantha, female principle, embodies knowledge, emptiness. They are used simultaneously in rituals, the dorje being held in the right hand, the bell in the left hand.

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    Every Buddhist practitioner has these two objects: the vajra (or dordjé, dorje) and the bell. While the dorje, male principle, is the symbol of the way, of the path to be followed, the bell or gantha, female principle, embodies knowledge, emptiness. They are used simultaneously in rituals, the dorje being held in the right hand, the bell in the left hand.

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    Tibetan bowls are traditionally made of an alloy of 7 metals. There are several ways to use the Tibetan bowl. The easiest way is to make it ring by striking it with a mallet (puja) covered with felt as you would strike a gong. And you can also hold the bowl on the palm wide open and pass a wooden stick all around.

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    Tibetan bowls are traditionally made of an alloy of 7 metals. There are several ways to use the Tibetan bowl. The easiest way is to make it ring by striking it with a mallet (puja) covered with felt as you would strike a gong. And you can also hold the bowl on the palm wide open and pass a wooden stick all around.

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    Tibetan bowls are traditionally made of an alloy of 7 metals. There are several ways to use the Tibetan bowl. The easiest way is to make it ring by striking it with a mallet (puja) covered with felt as you would strike a gong. And you can also hold the bowl on the palm wide open and pass a wooden stick all around.

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    Tibetan bowls are traditionally made of an alloy of 7 metals. There are several ways to use the Tibetan bowl. The easiest way is to make it ring by striking it with a mallet (puja) covered with felt as you would strike a gong. And you can also hold the bowl on the palm wide open and pass a wooden stick all around.

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    Tibetan bowls are traditionally made of an alloy of 7 metals. There are several ways to use the Tibetan bowl. The easiest way is to make it ring by striking it with a mallet (puja) covered with felt as you would strike a gong. And you can also hold the bowl on the palm wide open and pass a wooden stick all around.

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    Tibetan bowls are traditionally made of an alloy of 7 metals. There are several ways to use the Tibetan bowl. The easiest way is to make it ring by striking it with a mallet (puja) covered with felt as you would strike a gong. And you can also hold the bowl on the palm wide open and pass a wooden stick all around.

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    Tibetan bowls are traditionally made of an alloy of 7 metals. There are several ways to use the Tibetan bowl. The easiest way is to make it ring by striking it with a mallet (puja) covered with felt as you would strike a gong. And you can also hold the bowl on the palm wide open and pass a wooden stick all around.

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    Tibetan bowls are traditionally made of an alloy of 7 metals. There are several ways to use the Tibetan bowl. The easiest way is to make it ring by striking it with a mallet (puja) covered with felt as you would strike a gong. And you can also hold the bowl on the palm wide open and pass a wooden stick all around.

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    The Green Tara is one of the 21 forms of tara, bodhisattva of Buddhism who officiates for the benevolence of beings. She is represented seated, two arms, a head, a crystal between the two eyes, the outstretched leg, and her two hands holding lotus flowers. She is ready to stand up to help others. Its emblem is the color green, symbol of hope, and the...

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    The Green Tara is one of the 21 forms of tara, bodhisattva of Buddhism who officiates for the benevolence of beings. She is represented seated, two arms, a head, a crystal between the two eyes, the outstretched leg, and her two hands holding lotus flowers. She is ready to stand up to help others. Its emblem is the color green, symbol of hope, and the...

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    Tibetan bowls are traditionally made of an alloy of 7 metals. There are several ways to use the Tibetan bowl. The easiest way is to make it ring by striking it with a mallet (puja) covered with felt as you would strike a gong. And you can also hold the bowl on the palm wide open and pass a wooden stick all around.

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    Tibetan bowls are traditionally made of an alloy of 7 metals. There are several ways to use the Tibetan bowl. The easiest way is to make it ring by striking it with a mallet (puja) covered with felt as you would strike a gong. And you can also hold the bowl on the palm wide open and pass a wooden stick all around.

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    Tibetan bowls are traditionally made of an alloy of 7 metals. There are several ways to use the Tibetan bowl. The easiest way is to make it ring by striking it with a mallet (puja) covered with felt as you would strike a gong. And you can also hold the bowl on the palm wide open and pass a wooden stick all around.

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    Tibetan bowls are traditionally made of an alloy of 7 metals. There are several ways to use the Tibetan bowl. The easiest way is to make it ring by striking it with a mallet (puja) covered with felt as you would strike a gong. And you can also hold the bowl on the palm wide open and pass a wooden stick all around.

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    Tibetan bowls are traditionally made of an alloy of 7 metals. There are several ways to use the Tibetan bowl. The easiest way is to make it ring by striking it with a mallet (puja) covered with felt as you would strike a gong. And you can also hold the bowl on the palm wide open and pass a wooden stick all around.

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