The Bell, known in Sanskrit as the Ghanta/Ghanti is used in all poojas for invoking the Gods. The ringing of the bell produces what is regarded as an auspicious sound.
It produces the sound Om, the universal name of the Lord. The fine combination of pure brass and bronze produces a harmonious and rich tonal sound the sound of the bell and the sound of the Vedas also radiate Omkaara naadh.
The sound of the bell evacuates negative energy, to help drive out negative energy / evil spirit from the place of worship. Bells are believed to frighten away evil spirits or used to cast or remove spells.
They are also instrumental in channeling positive energy to create a harmonious environment. Such bells can also be hanged at home Altar and ringing of bells removes negative energy and brings positive energy at home.
Room clearing is a concept of clearing the room of all negative energies. Room clearing can also be accomplished by using sounds. Silver, brass temple bells can be rung to dislodge stagnant energy.
Our home is not just a made of materials for shelter and comfort. It is an area filled with infinite vibrating endlessly transforming energy fields.
A temple bell is made of various metals including cadmium, lead, copper, zinc, nickel, chromium and manganese which produce a distinct sound. The moment you ring that bell, bell produces a sharp but lasting sound which lasts for a minimum of seven seconds in echo mode good enough to touch your seven healing centers or chakras in your body.
Ringing the Temple Bell will activate the Hearing Sense. People who are visiting the temple should and ring the bell when entering the temple. The bell is made in such a way that when they produce a sound it creates a unity in the Left and Right parts of our brains.
The moment we ring the bell, it produces a sharp and enduring sound which lasts for a minimum of 7 seconds in echo mode. The duration of echo is good enough to activate all the seven healing centers in our body. This results in emptying our brain from all negative thoughts. This bell sound is also absorbed by the idol and vibrated within the Garbhagriha (inner sanctum) for a certain period of time.