Tibetan Damaru Chod Drum Set
The Damaru Chod Drum set is part of a assortment of musical instruments that are used for Tantric practice in Tibet. The 2 headed Damaru Chod drum made it’s way from India to Tibet in the 8th – 12th centuries. As Vajrayana Buddhism began to flourish in Tibet so did the use of the Damaru. Traditionally, the Damaru was made with a male or female skull however, that practice has been largely discontinued. This Damaru Chod Drum set has been created with Nepali wood and also features a 24k gold gilded metal ring and cotton case. The Damaru Chod Drum is used to cut through ignorance and eliminate misconceptions such as belief in the eternal self.