Tibetan Antique Nave singing bowel are a form of inverted bell, minus the tongue and crown, made from a sonorous hand-forged bronze alloy that varies slightly from a bowl to bowl. This bowl has the unique design as it has the dimple at middle of the bowl. Because of its unique design it creates the pleasing sound which gives ease to the listeners. They are played by striking the wall with a padded mallet or rubbing around the rim with a wooden or leather-wrapped wand. This excitation causes the sides and rim of the bowl to change shape slightly and vibrate…producing wonderfully complex and multi- harmonic sound that is unlike any other musical instrument and is unique to Tibetan Antique Nave singing bowls.