Kangling en fibre pour rituel de Tcheu

Fibre kangling + case - for Chöd ritual - Art of Nepal

The kangling is a trumpet formerly made of a human femur and used in rituals such as Tchöd or during funeral processions. Here, the bone is replaced b...

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Description

The kangling is a trumpet formerly made of a human femur and used in rituals such as Tchöd or during funeral processions. Here, the bone is replaced by a resin version but moulded carefully to respect the traditional aspect of the human femur. If you want to know more about this musical instrument, go in 'Dharmatèque'.

Data sheet

TDS
MUVEN002
New product
Data sheet
Height
33
Longueur: 33cm
Weight
220
Matter
Fiber
Origin
Katmandou (Nepal)

Tips for ritual objects

A ritual object, like any instrument of religious practice, must be respected with circumspection. We remind you here some ethical rules:

  • Ritual objects are objects of practice that have the power to protect us and help us on the path to liberation. They should therefore be treated with respect, that is, kept away from the ground and places where people sit or walk or dirty places.
  • Outside ritual moments, objects should be protected by an appropriate holster for rest and / or transport and not mixed with, for example, dirty or soiled equipment / objects.
  • Ritual objects are not decorative objects. To acquire a ritual object, underlies that one wishes to use it for its practice and one must therefore devote a privileged place where it will remain outside the moments of practices.
  • If you no longer want to keep your ritual object, do not throw it away! Please contact the nearest Buddhist Center and make a donation. In doing so, this object will give you merit until the end of your relationship.

This is a few non-exhaustive rules of Buddhist ethics that you are free to respect or not.

Warning

All our objects are handmade. Each piece is unique and it is impossible to reproduce exactly the same. Slight differences may therefore appear in the shapes, proportions, colors and / or materials used in our descriptions and specification sheets.

The silver (metal) used in Nepal is always composed of an amalgam and is most often plated on metal parts. Most of the stores that sell 925 sterling silver products from Nepal are fraudulent!

Likewise, some stones considered semi-precious from Nepal or India are actually stones reconstituted from powder of semi-precious stones, such as turquoise or coral. Nevertheless, they seem to retain the properties of the original stones. In the case where reconstituted stones are used, we always specify it in the specifcation sheeet.

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Qualité monastère
Monastery Quality

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Good quality damaru as expected
As soon as I got the damaru, i stated to practise it. The sound is very good and the finish is great. The case is cute and...
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