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DOBANI Timsha Bells

The timsha Bells are a ritual artifact by Buddhist Monks, as well as in the Shamanist traditions. The Timsha bells are crafted from a complex alloy of bronze (copper and tin) and also iron and zinc. When these unique hand cymbals strike each other they produce a clear, pure, cleansing sound which can be used to focus the mind before and after meditation. When played as an instrument they can be used as a chime or a bell. When playing you grasp each cymbal by the cord, at the point where it enters the timsha and hold firmly and strike the edges together at an angle. They can also be used to clear the space of any negative energies. Available in three designs:
Dragon - which is considered to be a protector or guardian.
Symbols - eight auspicious Buddhist symbols include the parasol protecting against evil, the banner of victory of Buddha's teachings, the conch shell of good luck, the endless knot of eternal love, the water vessel of abundance, the two fish of salvation and fecundity, the lotus of purity and beauty, and the Buddhist Wheel of the Law.
Mantra - Om Mani Padme Hum in Tibetan, is the mantra of the deity of compassion, Avalokitesvara, and loosely translates "Hail to the Jewel in the Lotus Blossom."

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Item #: TSB225-B

Stock: 36+

Item Specifications

Item Weight: 0.36 lbs.

Item Length: 2.375 in

Item Height: 0.875 in

Item Width: 2.375 in

UPC Code: 844731015793

Origin: India

Shipping Specifications

Shipping Weight: 3 lbs.

Shipping Length: 6 in

Shipping Height: 4 in

Shipping Width: 0.9 in


The timsha Bells are a ritual artifact by Buddhist Monks, as well as in the Shamanist traditions. The Timsha bells are crafted from a complex alloy of bronze (copper and tin) and also iron and zinc. When these unique hand cymbals strike each other they produce a clear, pure, cleansing sound which can be used to focus the mind before and after meditation. When played as an instrument they can be used as a chime or a bell. When playing you grasp each cymbal by the cord, at the point where it enters the timsha and hold firmly and strike the edges together at an angle. They can also be used to clear the space of any negative energies. Available in three designs:
Dragon - which is considered to be a protector or guardian.
Symbols - eight auspicious Buddhist symbols include the parasol protecting against evil, the banner of victory of Buddha's teachings, the conch shell of good luck, the endless knot of eternal love, the water vessel of abundance, the two fish of salvation and fecundity, the lotus of purity and beauty, and the Buddhist Wheel of the Law.
Mantra - Om Mani Padme Hum in Tibetan, is the mantra of the deity of compassion, Avalokitesvara, and loosely translates "Hail to the Jewel in the Lotus Blossom."