We manufacture and export singing bowl used for meditation, healing, finding music noted and for gift purposes. We have Singing bowls like handmade singing bowls, antique finishing handmade bowls, Itching bowls, carving bowls and gift set bowls. All the bowls are in different size thus the weight are different. Handmade bowls are used for healing therapy, meditation and for finding music notes. Also the machine made bowls are best for sound making as well. Handmade singing bowls do have music tune notes. But exactly any music tones are not possible specific size of bowl. The best known singing bowls are from the Himalayan region and are often called "Tibetan singing bowls." Singing bowls are played by the friction of rubbing a wooden, plastic, or leather wrapped mallet around the rim of the bowl to produce overtones and a continuous 'singing' sound. High quality singing bowls produce a complex chord of harmonic overtones. Singing bowls may also be played by striking with a soft mallet to produce a warm bell tone. Traditionally, antique singing bowls were made of Panchaloha (literally meaning "five metals" in Sanskrit): a bronze alloy of copper, tin, zinc and iron and other metals. Antique singing bowls produce multiphonic and polyharmonic overtones which are unique to the instruments. The subtle yet complex multiple harmonic frequencies are a special quality of the high quality bronze alloy. The art of making singing bowls in the traditional way is often called a lost art, but traditional craftsmen do still make singing bowls in the traditional manner in hidden corners of Nepal but few contain sky-iron.
Antique singing bowls are a subset of the general class of household brass bowls that were used for cooking, eating, and storage in Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. One reason for the popularity of brass as a material for these uses is the strong anti-bacterial properties of copper. Silver, also a constituent of many singing bowls, has strong anti-bacterial properties as well. It is estimated that millions of these bowls were made over the centuries (Sarnataro, Census Estimate, Profound Himalayan Sounds 2008). Of these millions of bowls a relatively small percentage have the tonal coherence that qualifies them as a "singing bowl". While it is likely the vast majority of brass bowls were made without attention to their sonic qualities it is also likely some bowls were specifically made to produce sound. This is especially true of medicine bowls, flat bottomed bowls used to hold mandalas of medicinal herbs and ceremonial lingam bowls that have a protrusion in the centre symbolic of the male principle. Antique singing bowls may display abstract decorations like lines, rings and circles engraved into the surface. Decoration may appear outside the rim, inside the bottom, around the top of the rim and sometimes on the outside bottom. Antique singing bowls are highly prized and collected worldwide. Their popularity is due to their fine craftsmanship and remarkable sound. The aging process greatly improves the tone and centuries old antiques produce an incredibly rich and beautiful sound.
New singing bowls may be plain or decorated also feature religious iconography and spiritual motifs and symbols, such as the Tibetan mantra Om mani padme hum, images of Buddhas, and Ashtamangala.
We have different kind of Inching Singing bowls like Budda Iching, Tara Itching.
We can also develop any kind of Iching according to your demand.
We have wide range of Machine Made Singing Bowls in different size.
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We have different kind of Carved Singing bowls in different size and color. Like budda Carving, Tara carving.