Damarus are used in vajrayāna practice alongside bell & vajra. This damaru size is for regular practice whereas for Chöd practice one would use a much larger damaru than this one.
- Brocade tail & brocade case included
- Special drum skin
- Made in Boudha, Nepal
[Note: The tension on the skin for these traditional drums will vary depending on the altitude and humidity of where the drum lives. The best way to tone it to the right tension is whenever the drum goes flat, wet paper-towels thoroughly and put them on both surfaces, avoiding setting the glue lines as much as you can. Let the paper-towels dry out by themselves (and fall off the drum) and this will enable the skin reset themselves. See the last photo we have included. This is a “life-hack” we learned from Native American elders!]