Tibetan [Handmade] Gongs, 70cm [Various Symbol Mantra Design], High Quality Design

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7 metal gong 70 cm diamerer
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70 x 70 x
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Length (cm)70
Width (cm)70
Product TagsSound Modules,Sound therapy ,Metal Craft,Metal Detectors,Meditation,Insoles,Musical Instruments,Musical Toy Instruments,Instrument Accessories,Traditional Instruments
Seller Countries: Nepal
FINISHING : ANTIQUE FINISHING This Gong Statue has been processed in the Antique patina, This is not to be misunderstood as an antique statue. Only the patina of the statue has been treated in a way to make it look like an antique. This is an undisclosed process where the Gong statue goes through multiple Aging processes to get the result as shown in the picture. ☛ GONG: WHAT IS A GONG? A gong is an East and Southeast Asian musical percussion instrument that takes the form of a flat, circular metal disc which is hit with a mallet. The gong traces its roots back to the Bronze Age around 3500 BC. The term gong originated in Java. Scientific and archaeological research has established that Burma, China, Java and Annam were the four main gong manufacturing centres of the ancient world. The gong later found its way into the Western World in the 18th century when it was also used in the percussion section of a Western-style symphony orchestra. A form of bronze cauldron gong known as a resting bell was widely used in ancient Greece and Rome, for instance in the famous Oracle of Dodona, where disc gongs were also used. WHAT IS OM MANI PADME HUM Auṃ maṇi padme hūṃ (Sanskrit: ॐ मणि पद्मे हूँ, ) is the six-syllabled Sanskrit mantra particularly associated with the four-armed Shadakshari form of Avalokiteshvara, the bodhisattva of compassion. It first appeared in the Mahayana Kāraṇḍavyūhasūtra where it is also referred to as the sadaksara (six syllabled) and the paramahrdaya, or "innermost heart" of Avalokiteshvara. In this text the mantra is seen as condensed form of all the Buddhist teachings. The first word Aum/Om is a sacred syllable found in Indian religions. The word Mani means "jewel" or "bead", Padme is the "lotus flower" (the Buddhist sacred flower), and Hum represents the spirit of enlightenment. In Tibetan Buddhism, this is the most ubiquitous mantra and the most popular form of religious practice, performed by laypersons and monastics alike. It is also an ever present feature of the landscape, commonly carved onto rocks, known as mani stones, painted into the sides of hills or else it is written on prayer flags and prayer wheels. Due to the increased interactions between Chinese Buddhists and Tibetans and Mongolians during the 11th century, the mantra also entered Chinese Buddhism. The mantra has also been adapted into Chinese Taoism. ABOUT DOUBLE DORJE The double vajra (Skt. vishva-vajra; Tib. རྡོ་རྗེ་རྒྱ་གྲམ་, dorje gyadram, Wyl. rdo rje rgya gram) or crossed vajra is formed from four lotus-mounted vajra-heads that emanate from a central hub towards the four cardinal directions, and symbolizes the principle of absolute stability. INCLUDED IN THE PARCEL A hitting stick fitting the size of the gong will be inclusive in the price and the shipment.
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