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Imperfection: this drum has a skin that is variable in tautness. Because of the inconsistency, it is being offered at the cost price. It also has a small nick in the top corner of the drum. All sales are final.
Drums, along with bells and kanglings, are essential for practicing Chod in the traditional way. Most drums available today are made with standard wood and skin painted green with generic mantras pasted inside. These drums, however, have been made with high-quality sengdeng (rosewood). The skins, which get their color from being treated with various minerals and buried for a period of time, give the drum a beautiful, resonant tone. Most importantly, these drums have the correct mantras painted in gold according to the Dudjom T'hroma Chod tradition.
These drums were crafted by Pema Bumtang in Kathmandu, Nepal.
- Approximately 10" in diameter
- Case brocades may vary