The Hring is a shallow, single-sided drum (45cm across) made of Paiynu or Odaal wood and covered with goatskin. It is the chief folk instrument of the Chepang ethnic group residing in the Districts of Dhading and Makwanpur, in the mid Mahabharata hill area and in also in the District of Chitawan. Its rhythm is played with a stick of Phalaanth wood during spiritual healing sessions when reciting Tantra-Mantra for the welfare both of the patients and of the player.
10 AM -17 PM (Sunday- Friday)
13 PM- 16 PM (Every Saturday)
In Nepali artworks, Lord Buddha and all Buddhist monks or Lamas and especially Medicine Buddha carry a begging bowl; this traditional brass bowl was and is also used for healing as well as for collecting their daily food. The bowl was placed on the part of the body that was sick and was made to resonate by beating with a stick or by chanting healing mantra across it.