musical instruments

Tibetan musical instruments

The musical instruments used in Tibetan Buddhism do include: • ritual instruments, such as the bell (drilbou) and the drum (damaru) • tempo instruments, such as the large drum mounted on a handle and struck with a stick and various types of cymbals (sylkien, rolmo); • wind instruments, always played in identical pairs, such as conchs, telescopic horns (radong), bones trumpets (human, fiber) or metal trumpets (kangling); and oboe (djaling). offers you the best musical instruments made in Nepal in the purest tradition of Buddhism handicraft. All our instruments are selected by ritual masters.

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