The damaru (ritual drum) is an essential implement of Vajrayana sadhana practice. The shape and make of this particular damaru is suited for the Inner Tantras. Through the concescration of samadhi, mantra, and blessed substance, the damaru becomes an instrument capable of beseeching the minds and hearts of the dakas and dakinis, thereby enhancing the altruistic power of the practitioner.
Our damarus are hand made in Nepal and blessed by Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche. Each is constructed with high quality acacia wood, buffalo skin, and brocade selected by senior lamas at Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling Monastery. The required daka and dakini mantras are hand-written inside are according to Chokling Tersar tradition by the same lamas. The damaru comes with a brocade tail and cover.