Etched Handmade Singing Bowls

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This exquisite collection of singing bowls represents a tradition of artisanal craftsmanship, where each bowl is meticulously handcrafted and adorned with intricate designs using techniques inherited from previous generations. Every piece is a testament to unparalleled artistry, taking weeks to complete and resulting in a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.

We offer a range of artwork including Buddha, Tara, sacred symbols and sacred geometry in handmade bowls ranging from sizes, 7 to 13 inches in diameter, allowing you to select the perfect bowl for your needs. Additionally, if you have a specific design in mind, we welcome your input to personalize your bowl. Please note that the crafting process requires approximately two to three weeks to ensure the utmost quality and attention to detail.

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Key features:

  • Available sizes range from 7 to 13 inches
  • Takes around 1-2 weeks for etching ensuring quality craftsmanship 
  • Bowls are handmade by skilled artisans, ensuring a unique and high-quality product.
  • Each bowl comes along with a wooden felt mallet and a silk cushion ornate with traditional Tibetan motifs

How to effectively use your Singing bowl?

Hold the singing bowl in the palm of your hand, ensuring that it is secure and stable.

Gently strike the rim of the bowl with the mallet, using light to medium pressure. Now lightly move the mallet around the rim of the bowl in a circular motion. This will create a resonant and soothing sound. Allow the vibrations to resonate and fill the space, focusing on the sound and sensation it produces. Close your eyes and take deep, slow breaths, allowing yourself to fully relax and be present in the moment.

What do the various symbols mean?

Flower of life

The Flower of Life is a sacred geometric pattern symbolizing the interconnectedness of all life. It represents the universe’s underlying structure and is used for meditation, healing, and spiritual exploration.

Buddhas eyes

The Buddha’s eyes symbolize wisdom, compassion, and insight, representing the enlightened vision of the Buddha and his teachings guiding all sentient beings.

Tree of life

The Tree of Life symbolizes interconnectedness, growth, and balance across cultures. It represents the unity of all life and serves as a metaphor for spiritual evolution and personal growth.

Tibetan Mantra: Om mani padme hum

Om Mani Padme Hum” is a sacred Tibetan Buddhist mantra, translating to “The Jewel is in the Lotus.” It symbolizes compassion, wisdom, and the path to enlightenment.

Om:

Om is a sacred symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, representing the essence of the universe and chanted for spiritual connection and inner peace.

Sri Yantra:

The Sri Yantra, or Sri Chakra, is a sacred symbol in Hindu and Tantric traditions, representing the cosmic universe through interlocking triangles. It invokes harmony, abundance, and spiritual awakening.

Dorje: 

The Dorje symbolizes spiritual power and indestructibility in Tibetan Buddhism. It represents enlightenment and is used for protection and clarity in rituals and meditation.

Buddhas Eyes:

The symbol of Buddha’s eyes represents wisdom, insight, and the path to enlightenment in Buddhist tradition.

Tara:

The symbol of Tara, a central figure in Buddhism, embodies various qualities such as compassion, enlightenment, and protection. Tara is revered for her swift action and compassionate assistance in overcoming obstacles and suffering. She is often depicted as a female deity with attributes that symbolize her role as a compassionate guide and protector on the path to enlightenment.

Care Instructions:

To ensure the longevity and quality of your handmade singing bowl, it’s important to follow these care instructions:

  • Handle the bowl with care and avoid dropping or banging it against hard surfaces.
  • Store the bowl in a safe and dry place, away from extreme temperatures and humidity.
  • Use a soft cloth to clean the surface of the bowl and remove any dust or debris. Avoid using any hard material or abrasive on the engraved surface

Purchases are shipped from our warehouse in Kollegal, a small town near Mysore in India, by reputed courier partners. Please allow the following number of days from receipt of your order.

  • Most orders are processed within 1-2 business days unless the making time is long which is mentioned in the description. You can expect delivery of domestic orders in India within 3-7 business days. For locations that are in the interiors or complex coverage area, this may take more working days.
  • Order deliveries are made between 9AM – 6 PM Monday – Saturday excluding public holidays.
  • If you have any issues with tracking your order, you can email us at care@sarveda.com or Whatsapp us in the link below.
  • Shipping and handling rates may vary based on product, packaging, size, volume, type, and other considerations. The shipping and handling charges are given at the time of check out, and consumers will know about this before making payments.
  • Sarveda is not responsible for damage after delivery.
  • There are no hidden charges when you buy any product from us. The prices listed on our website are inclusive of all taxes. The final price includes shipping charges based on your location

Key features:

  • Available sizes range from 7 to 13 inches
  • Takes around 1-2 weeks for etching ensuring quality craftsmanship 
  • Bowls are handmade by skilled artisans, ensuring a unique and high-quality product.
  • Each bowl comes along with a wooden felt mallet and a silk cushion ornate with traditional Tibetan motifs

How to effectively use your Singing bowl?

Hold the singing bowl in the palm of your hand, ensuring that it is secure and stable.

Gently strike the rim of the bowl with the mallet, using light to medium pressure. Now lightly move the mallet around the rim of the bowl in a circular motion. This will create a resonant and soothing sound. Allow the vibrations to resonate and fill the space, focusing on the sound and sensation it produces. Close your eyes and take deep, slow breaths, allowing yourself to fully relax and be present in the moment.

What do the various symbols mean?

Flower of life

The Flower of Life is a sacred geometric pattern symbolizing the interconnectedness of all life. It represents the universe’s underlying structure and is used for meditation, healing, and spiritual exploration.

Buddhas eyes

The Buddha’s eyes symbolize wisdom, compassion, and insight, representing the enlightened vision of the Buddha and his teachings guiding all sentient beings.

Tree of life

The Tree of Life symbolizes interconnectedness, growth, and balance across cultures. It represents the unity of all life and serves as a metaphor for spiritual evolution and personal growth.

Tibetan Mantra: Om mani padme hum

Om Mani Padme Hum” is a sacred Tibetan Buddhist mantra, translating to “The Jewel is in the Lotus.” It symbolizes compassion, wisdom, and the path to enlightenment.

Om:

Om is a sacred symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, representing the essence of the universe and chanted for spiritual connection and inner peace.

Sri Yantra:

The Sri Yantra, or Sri Chakra, is a sacred symbol in Hindu and Tantric traditions, representing the cosmic universe through interlocking triangles. It invokes harmony, abundance, and spiritual awakening.

Dorje: 

The Dorje symbolizes spiritual power and indestructibility in Tibetan Buddhism. It represents enlightenment and is used for protection and clarity in rituals and meditation.

Buddhas Eyes:

The symbol of Buddha’s eyes represents wisdom, insight, and the path to enlightenment in Buddhist tradition.

Tara:

The symbol of Tara, a central figure in Buddhism, embodies various qualities such as compassion, enlightenment, and protection. Tara is revered for her swift action and compassionate assistance in overcoming obstacles and suffering. She is often depicted as a female deity with attributes that symbolize her role as a compassionate guide and protector on the path to enlightenment.

Care Instructions:

To ensure the longevity and quality of your handmade singing bowl, it’s important to follow these care instructions:

  • Handle the bowl with care and avoid dropping or banging it against hard surfaces.
  • Store the bowl in a safe and dry place, away from extreme temperatures and humidity.
  • Use a soft cloth to clean the surface of the bowl and remove any dust or debris. Avoid using any hard material or abrasive on the engraved surface

Purchases are shipped from our warehouse in Kollegal, a small town near Mysore in India, by reputed courier partners. Please allow the following number of days from receipt of your order.

  • Most orders are processed within 1-2 business days unless the making time is long which is mentioned in the description. You can expect delivery of domestic orders in India within 3-7 business days. For locations that are in the interiors or complex coverage area, this may take more working days.
  • Order deliveries are made between 9AM – 6 PM Monday – Saturday excluding public holidays.
  • If you have any issues with tracking your order, you can email us at care@sarveda.com or Whatsapp us in the link below.
  • Shipping and handling rates may vary based on product, packaging, size, volume, type, and other considerations. The shipping and handling charges are given at the time of check out, and consumers will know about this before making payments.
  • Sarveda is not responsible for damage after delivery.
  • There are no hidden charges when you buy any product from us. The prices listed on our website are inclusive of all taxes. The final price includes shipping charges based on your location

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