Meditation Bell and Dorje Vajra Tibetan Pure Sound Handmade Yoga, Buddha carved 7 metals Chakra balancing Bronze Bell and Dorje Vajra Nepal
Notice: due to lockdown in kathmandu, nepal. As most of the transit is in a lock-down state until further notice. Stay safe, keep your distance and stay home as much as you can. Let us help each other in as many ways as we can. Take care and be safe and make others be safe. Namaste and peace from nepaldescription of item. Height of the bell : 7.71 inches / 19.6 cms. Diameter of bell : 3.70 inches / 9.4 cms. Weight of bell : 524 grams / 1.154 lbs. Length of the dorje : 5.70 inches / 14.5 cms. Width of the dorje : 1.57 inches / 4.0 cms. Weight of dorje : 253 grams / 0.558 lb. The’bell’ -‘ghanta'(hindu) or’dril-bu'(tibetan) – is said to be the’voice of the buddha’, although one of many symbolic meanings; it is the feminine complement to the masculine’vajra’/’dorje'(thunderbolt). This is a high-quality tibetan large handcrafted solid bell decorated with embossed tibetan buddhist dorji and victory banner. This handmade tibetan buddhist prayer bell seven metals alloy including brass and bronze in northern india where traditional metal crafts support the entire community. The bell has a great sound. This handmade tibetan buddhist prayer bell can be also used to call practitioners for meditation, yoga, or family. Vajra is a sanskrit word meaning both thunderbolt and diamond. It is a weapon that is used as a ritual object to symbolize both the properties of a diamond (indestructibility) and a thunderbolt (irresistible force). The five-pronged vajra is the most commonly seen vajra. The bell and vajra set represent the perfect union of wisdom and compassion. The bell and vajra are used as ritual items in meditation practice, retreats, and ceremonies along with other musical instruments, mudra hand gestures and dance. The bell or drilbu is the feminine aspect of the perfection of wisdom, which directly realizes emptiness. The vajra or dorje represents the male aspect, as method or skillful means, the indestructible nature of the absolute. Together they symbolize the blessing mandala of a practitioner’s main yidam deity. This item is made of bronze and brass.