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Chod Drum - Damaru 4.15"

Chod Drum - Damaru 4.15"

⏱Vintage: 1950s

☞Handmade: 100%

⚒Materials: Wood,Leather

☲Size: 4.15" × 2.75"

Regular price $399.99 USD
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This Old Damaru Chod Drum was collected from a vallage in Gerze Tibet,about 60 years old,used and blessed by lama.
It is made of Wood,Sheepskin and leather cord,the drumsticks are also made of leather cords, the drum skin shows different colors because one side of it was damaged and repaired long time ago.


  • Material:wood,sheepskin,leather cord
  • Color:brown
  • Height:70mm / 2.75" Inches
  • Diameter: 105mm / 4.15" Inches

❤ABOUT Damuru – Ritual Drum
In Tibetan Buddhism, the damaru is used as an instrument in meditation practices.
The Damaru or Damaru is a small drum with two heads, mostly prevalent in Tibetan Buddhism and Hindu culture. In many parts of the subcontinent of India, this Damaru is quite well known. It is considered to be a power drum and if believed, it emanates spiritual energy when played. It has mythological association with Lord Shiva. Some people also believe that the language of Sanskrit was identified by the Damaru's beats and with the Shiva's performance in Tandav cosmic dance form. Due to the small size of the Damaru, it is used by many musicians of all genres.

The Damaru has a shield shape, and in this there is an upward triangular form, which is symbolic of male lingam or procreativity while the rounded downwards pointing form is showing the female yoni or procreativity. As a symbolic meaning of this shape, the world's beginning occurs when there is the meeting of the yoni and lingam at midpoint while their separation leads to destruction.

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