- An etched singing bowl handcrafted by 4th and 5th generation singing bowl artisans in the Kathmandu Valley exclusively for DharmaShop.
- Designed by the DharmaShop team with our friend Brook, a local Michigan tattoo artist, this bowl features a detailed Citipati skeleton dance design.
- The skeleton dance is a sacred Tibetan ritual found in Himalayan Buddhism. The Citipati skeletons are a pair of lovers whose dance represents the liberation and enlightenment that comes from accepting our impermanence.
Citipati is a protective deity shown in the form of a skeleton who are fierce protectors of the dharma. They serve as a symbol of death and rebirth, and a reminder of the impermanence of life. The Citipati remind us to live in the present moment; because nothing is permanent, everything is possible. Despite their dark appearance, they actually represent perfect awareness and a joyous freedom from attachment.
Available in our Tibetan Astrology, Sky, & Citipati Etched Singing Bowl Set!
Your bowl comes with a wood and suede striker and our large black brocade ring cushion hand stitched and stuffed with up-cycled materials. Includes a DharmaShop keepsake bag.
Bowl measures approximately 9.5 inches wide and 4 inches deep. Comes with a traditional wooden striker.
Check out the sound recording to hear an example of what your bowl will sound like. Sounds great and recorded with our Handcrafted Red Wool Mallet!