The Indian manjira bells pair are a traditional percussion instrument typically used in India to accompany devotional music such as Bihu music, Bhajan and kirtan. To play the chimes simply hit them together slowly to release the beautiful medicinal prayer sound. The bells can be used for prayer and sound baths in music healing therapy. They produce a rich and long-lasting sound with a high pitched tone. The cord between the chimes is to hold them apart and slowly clang them together. They are often used in folk traditions.
The word manjira, manjeera, jalra, karatala, kartal or gini means clash of cymbals and are commonly used when performing Hinduism rituals. The Asian musical instrument is similar to the antique Tibetan tingsha bells and as it has small parts It is not suitable for children.
- Beautiful and sustainable brass bells
Traditional Manjira bells pair
- Handmade, fair trade, eco-friendly and fun
- Perfect for praying, dancing, and sound therapy
Weight & dimensions
Size: 6cm each bell
Product Type: Bells
Colour: Bronze and black
Material: Brass and cotton
Number of bells included: 2
Theme: Sound bath
Display type: Freestanding
Product Care: Wipe with damp cloth
Country of Origin: India