Tibetan Tingsha

Weight 1 kg
SKU: 914-918


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Actual Weight(KG): 0.35

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Tibetan tingsha are small cymbals used in prayer and rituals by Tibetan people. Two circular
cymbals are joined by a leather strap or chain. They are often used in meditation practices to
help focus the mind. They can also be played to add depth to musical soundscapes. The chimes
are struck together to create pure, bright bell sound which rings for a surprising long time. It
looks like a typical Nepali instrument ‘mujra’ but the sound tingsha is derived from ancient
Tibet. So, the ancient monks used to call it Tibetan tingshas. These types of musical instruments
are handmade, and no mechanical devices are used to make such tingshas. They are solely
The origin of such tingsha is in Tibet. At ancient times, the Tibetan monks used to play such
musical instrument for many purposes. In our factory, we manufacture the Tibetan tingshas
which were used by those ancient Tibetan monks at an ancient time.

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Weight 1 kg
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