This large brass Tibetan bell with wood striker has a lovely tone. The Bell or Drilbu is adorned by a dorje on one end. In fact, the bell is the complement to the dorje or vajra.
The bell represents sound and impermanence and intuition; a wisdom that understands the void as in the sound of the bell disappearing without the need for reflection or reasoning. The dorje and the bell mirrors the image of interdependent opposites, indissolubly united and indispensable on the Diamond or Vajrayana Path.
• Brass bell with wood striker
• 8 inches tall
• 2 lb.