Exotic India has available all manner of ritual bowls for sale. From Tibetan Buddhist singing bowls, to engraved bowls for ritual purposes, to thali sets with bowls, we have whatever you need.
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Ceremonial bowls are an important part of many Indian rituals. Tibetan Singing Bowls are one of the most popular options, and they make up much of our collection of over 100 ritual bowls. These play a major role in Buddhist meditation practices. Ours are all made by the best artisans in Nepal and Tibet, ensuring that you have the most beautiful options available to you.
Consider this Singing Bowl Engraved with Tibetan Buddhist Mantras. It’s rich, green color and golden details make this an attractive bowl for use in your meditation. Though, if you are looking for something more minimalist, we have great options as well, like this bronze singing bowl.
Our collection also has a number of urlis. These are a stand out feature in most Indian homes. They are filled with water, and flower petals are placed inside. The effect is both pleasing to the eye and to the nose, bringing a gentle hint of flower essence into the air.
There are a few other options as well, like this impressive Engraved Lota for Ritual Purposes. Made in Southern India, the delicate designs and striking presence of the brass give this bowl plenty of character.
Whatever ritual bowl you are looking for, Exotic India has an option for you. Look through our enormous selection and enjoy the convenience and world-class customer support of Exotic India.
The ceremonial bowl occupies a significant place in Indian ritual. From the singing bowls of Nepal and Tibet, to the urli adornments found in homes of the subcontinent and libation-containing patras of the pooja rooms within, these bowls are designed to aid the ancient rites conducted in homes, temples, and monasteries to this day. Singing bowls constitute the majority of the merchandise in this section.
An integral part of the Buddhist lifestyle, these have been handpicked from local artisans in Nepal and Tibet. Exquisite bronzes etched with the images of Buddhist deities, each of which is one of a kind, have been fashioned with considerable skill and precision. As meditational aids, the Buddhist singing bowls in our collection would be a valuable addition to the personal practice of any lover of the Buddha, given their unparalleled aesthetic appeal and the fact that these implements are actually endemic works of art.
Next in terms of number are the urlis. These are an essential part of the interior decor of homes and establishments in this part of the world. Wide-mouthed shallow containers, usually supported by intricately carved legs, are filled with clear water and then strewn with the petals of freshly plucked flowers. These are then placed strategically at entrances and corridors where they keep giving off a subtle whiff of nature. The beauty of this set-up also lies in the pleasing gold tones of resplendent brass set off by the natural colours of the flower petals. The urlies in this section come with varying widths and density of adornments - for example, some are sculpted in the shape of a peacock whereas some have popular icons and temple-esque structures attached - so you may choose whichever would go best with your space and tone you would like to set.
Finally, a number of ritual containers pepper this collection. These include rice bowls fashioned by local artisans from the recesses of South India, to ceremonial bowls to serve prasadam in. Some of these are designed for the flow of libations from one rite to another within the same ceremony. What characterises the Indian ritual bowls in this section are flawless workmanship, high aesthetic appeal, and spiritual functionality that draws form ancient ritual.
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