The Sanskrit word "mala" means "garland." A mala is a string of beads used to count repetitions in Buddhist practices--prostrations, recitations of mantras, names of the Buddha. Sometimes it is simply a reminder to be aware. The traditional number of beads in a mala is 108. The beads themselves, made from variety of seeds, wood, and semiprecious stones, are worn around the neck or wrapped in coils around the wrist.
Size: 8mm beads and 7" Round or 2.8 inch Diameter(fits
all wrists, from small to large, as it i..
Our smallest of rudraksha malas! Rudrashka beads are prized in India
Size:6"Beautiful inlaid bone bead wrist mala! These bone beads are inlaid
with turquoise ..
Seed malas are the most common mala used in Tibet and Nepal. Seeds are
Our sanded rudraksha beads are some of our most popular! Much smaller
Beautiful pressed turquoise-powder beads are strung with red stone spacers.
Size: 7" round and adjustable furtherMaterial: Bone
This is a bone bracelet. The..
Size: 8mm Bone Beads Prayer Mala with Two Counters-Size: 30"
weight 60 grams approx..
The Beautiful White Onyx Stretchable Beads Bracelet.
White Onyx is a stone for inner vision, ..
Size: 8mm beads and 33" Round approx
Weight: 27 grams approx
This is a beautifully crafted W..
Size: 31"(10mm)This is one of our very unique malas! Made of yak bone disc beads