Collection: Tingsha Cymbals

Tingsha cymbals, also known as Tibetan hand cymbals or prayer cymbals, are small metal percussion instruments that are commonly used in Tibetan Buddhist rituals and ceremonies. They consist of two cymbals connected by a leather strap or chain. Tingsha cymbals are typically made of a special alloy of bronze and are often adorned with religious symbols or mantras.

These cymbals are played by holding the leather strap or chain and striking the edges of the cymbals together. The resulting sound is believed to have spiritual significance and is used to accompany chanting, meditation, and other religious practices. Tingsha cymbals are also sometimes used in sound healing and meditation outside of religious contexts due to their calming and resonant tones.