Buddhist Instrument: Zen ritual Inkin hand carrying bell, telescoping design
- Carried in the hand and struck with a metal stick attached to it with a string(all high quality material)
- Clear sound and excellent vibrant long-lasting
- Portable: adjustable length(both handle and stick) & shorter when packed in travel
- Free & Fast international delivery
When the head-monk strikes it in the Zendo, it means the beginning or the end of the meditation hours. When he does so at the head of a procession it means that all the monks joining it are to stand still and then sit, or that they have to rise from the sitting position and walk back to the Zendo.