7-8" Traditional Nepalese Manakamana Singing Hand Bowl - E♭ Tone


Connect to the deep healing traditions of Tibet and Nepal with this stunning, Hand Singing Bowl.

Crafted of up to seven different metals by a master Singing Bowl metal-smith high in the mountains of Nepal, our Singing bowls are directly and ethically sourced, and help sustain this important tradition stretching back thousands of years in these regions.

Differing from bowls meant for body-layouts, Hand Bowls contain a built in handle making them much easier to play.

These Manakamana Hand Bowls contain a special secret within the wooden handle: blessed water from the Manakamana Temple in Nepal on the Arun River, as well as Vibhuti (holy ashes). Each bowl has been resonated with a special mantra while made. and vibratory blessing.

A silk pillow and mallet are included with this special Singing Bowl.




This listing is for one handmade Singing Hand Bowl that measures 7-8" in diameter, one silk pillow (color varies), and one mallet.

Healing with Singing Bowls has been practiced for thousands of years, with the sonic vibrations of the bowls soothing the nervous system and bringing a sense of calm.

Lingam sound bowls are characterized by a small metal protrusion in the center, representing Divine Masculine Energy and the god Shiva. Primarily used for ceremonial or ritual purposes, Lingam Bowls sometimes have extensive etching inside, in order to indicate the placement of the feet surrounding the lingam. In modern times, the sounds from these rare bowls vibrate the physical and energetic bodies from head to toe.


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