Extraordinarily rare, hand-forged, Master-quality® Tibetan Singing Bowl:
- 8 1/2″ Diameter;
- Fundamental tone: G# -2 ( 413.5 Hz.);
- Mixed-alloy bronze;
- Circa 19th Century;
- Type: “Lingam”
About the Sound Sample
First, you’ll hear this Lingam bowl struck with a 30mm Himalayan hardwood wool-padded mallet. Next, you’ll hear the fundamental played around the outside rim with a 30mm leather-padded mallet.
Bowl Type: “Lingam”
Perhaps the rarest of all the Tibetan/Himalayan type singing bowls, Lingam bowls have a conical protrusion coming out of the center of its basin. The term “Lingam” comes from the Sanskrit terms for “phallus”. The Lingam has been worshipped by Shaivite Hindus as the formless aspect of God for millennia. In the Buddhist, Bon, Hindu, and Jain traditions, this protrusion and accompanying multiple ring lines are also symbolic of Mt. Kailash and the practice of circumambulating this most sacred mountain in western Tibet.
- Certificate of Authenticity signed by Shakti.
- A 2-Piece Professional Mallet Set (a 30mm Himalayan hardwood wool-padded and leather-padded mallet).
- Tips and Information Brochure: historical information, general metallurgical analysis, how to hold the mallet, playing around the rim, and advanced techniques.
- A silk-brocade cushion in your choice of Red, Blue, and Plum.
You will receive the exact bowl you see and hear.
This Master-quality® singing bowl is amongst the finest caliber of singing bowls available in the world. Master-quality® means that these bowls have passed stringent tests for authentic antiquity, harmonic balance of sound, smoothness, ease of playing, sound volume, and long sustain.
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