Tingsha with “Mazira 8 Lucky Signs” Symbols
The brass medium tingsha are traditional Tibetan hanging cymbals. Handmade and used by Tibetan monks for healing and meditation in their temples.
Adapt them to your own spiritual needs. You can use them for toning or cleanse the mind. Also used for space cleaning, a way of freeing negative vibes in a room.
They create a wonderful sound when played. Great for percussion in world music.
Tingsha literally comes from the Tibetan word “ting” – the ringing sound of metal and “sha” – which means hanging.
The brass medium tingsha Mazira 8 Lucky Signs refers to the markings on the cymbals. The tingsha symbols stand for the 8 Auspicious Symbols of Buddha. Also known as Ashtamangala.
The Eight symbols are Right-coiled White Conch, Precious Umbrella, Victory Banner, Golden Fish, Dharma Wheel, Auspicious Drawing, Lotus Flower and Vase of Treasure.
Material: Brass with leather strap
Diameter: 67 mm