3mm Rudraksha Japa Mala
3mm Rudraksha Japa Mala Beads. Indeed, hand-strung from local materials in Brindavan, India. Malas are an intrinsic part of Indian culture. Walking on the streets of Brindavan, clearly, malas are a basic part of Indian culture. Malas serve to remind us of our inherent holy nature. Malas hang on the wrist, neck, and also on statues of deities and saints. Each string of Malas contains 108 beads because 108 is the number most connected to human life within the Hindu tradition.
Rudraksha translated from Sanskrit is "Shiva's Tears". After Shiva had been meditating for many years on the welfare of all creatures, a tear rolled down his face in the form of a Rudraksha bead. This bead landed on the earth and planted the first tree of its kind. Some believe that the wearer of these beads will learn to embody the qualities of Shiva, living a fearless life.
These hand-strung beads also come in sizes 7mm or 9mm and come in strings with Lengths of 10 inches, 17 inches and 23 inches respectively. Each mala contains 108 genuine Indian Rudraksha beads. The 3mm is good for small children and as a wrist mala but cannot be worn as a necklace by an adult.
Size: 10 inches long, 3mm wide
Material: Rudraksha Tree berries
Country of Origin: India
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