Bajra Ghanti and Dhilbu are popular objects in Buddhist community.
Bajra Ghanti is a popular bell in Buddhist community. Dhilbu is also a popular object in Buddhist community. These are made by brass with Pancha Dhatu (five elements of metals). In the upper part of Bajra Ghanta, one can find the symbol of thunderbolt. In Buddhist community Lamas (the monks) use this Instrument in different ceremony and rituals.
Material used: Mixed metal.
Origin : Tibet.
Size of the Bajra Ghanti :
weight: 700 gm (approx.)
Size of the Dhilbu :
weight: 200 gm (approx.)
These music instruments are popular Buddhist community. These instruments are often used by monks for rituals or ceremony in the Himalayan area of Tibet and Nepal.
Made: These Tingchhas are made by the fine artist of Nepal who are specialized in their filed of making Nepali music instrument.
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