Damaru Drum with Case
The Damaru is a two-headed drum lamas in Tibet used to explore fear. The lamas would go to areas where they felt fear and they would manage the fears and work to release fear.
The two-faced drum is a symbol of living and dying and through ritual drumming you realize what life is. The drumming Chod practice is a ritual for singing with the dakini inviting them to cut fear.
The damaru is made from red wood and the two faces are made from goat skin leather. Inside the drum are written Bon Mantras.
Size: 10.5 inches in diameter width x 4.5″ depth.
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|9.25 × 9.25 × 4.4 in