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  • The first prayer beads (“Sanskrit: mala, meaning “garland”) grew out of the Vedic tradition in India and were the prototype for prayer beads in later world cultures. (For more information on history and meaning, see our About Malas section.) Our stone 108-bead malas are strung on strong flexible wire for durability and adorned with luxurious handmade cotton tassels. Amazonite is a slightly translucent, delicate blue-green stone which has a soft glowing beauty. This lovely mala is finished with a rock crystal guru bead. Marker beads may be special ordered for an additional $8.00 to $10.00 depending on the number added to the mala. Placement of markers can be arranged according to one’s meditation tradition. Please contact us for more details.
  • The first prayer beads (“Sanskrit: mala, meaning “garland”) grew out of the Vedic tradition in India and were the prototype for prayer beads in later world cultures. (For more information on history and meaning, see our About Malas section.) Our stone 108-bead malas are strung on strong flexible wire for durability and adorned with luxurious handmade cotton tassels. This mala of deep purple translucent beads is finished with an amethyst guru bead. Diverse cultures associate amethyst with spiritual awareness and wisdom. Marker beads may be special ordered for an additional $8.00 to $10.00 depending on the number added to the mala. Placement of markers can be arranged according to one’s meditation tradition. Please contact us for more details.
  • The first prayer beads (“Sanskrit: mala, meaning “garland”) grew out of the Vedic tradition in India and were the prototype for prayer beads in later world cultures. (For more information on history and meaning, see our About Malas section.) Our stone 108-bead malas are strung on strong flexible wire for durability and adorned with luxurious handmade cotton tassels. This stone is a delicate light green and is connected to energies of peacefulness and healing. The mala is completed with an aventurine guru bead. Marker beads may be special ordered for an additional $8.00 to $10.00 depending on the number added to the mala. Placement of markers can be arranged according to one’s meditation tradition. Please contact us for more details.
  • The first prayer beads (“Sanskrit: mala, meaning “garland”) grew out of the Vedic tradition in India and were the prototype for prayer beads in later world cultures. (For more information on history and meaning, see our About Malas section.) Our stone 108-bead malas are strung on strong flexible wire for durability and adorned with luxurious handmade cotton tassels. An elegant mala of smooth jet-black stone finished with a black onyx guru bead. In the Tibetan tradition, black is associated with the protection principle, the guarding of awareness and dispelling of obstacles. In the Zen tradition, black connotes emptiness. Marker beads may be special ordered for an additional $8.00 to $10.00 depending on the number added to the mala. Placement of markers can be arranged according to one’s meditation tradition. Please contact us for more details.
  • The first prayer beads (“Sanskrit: mala, meaning “garland”) grew out of the Vedic tradition in India and were the prototype for prayer beads in later world cultures. (For more information on history and meaning, see our About Malas section.) Our stone 108-bead malas are strung on strong flexible wire for durability and adorned with luxurious handmade cotton tassels. Blue Lace Agate is a finely patterned stone of white and varying shades of light blue. Tones of soft white and cool blue give this mala a subtle, quiet beauty. The mala is finished with a rock crystal guru bead. Marker beads may be special ordered for an additional $8.00 to $10.00 depending on the number added to the mala. Placement of markers can be arranged according to one’s meditation tradition. Please contact us for more details.
  • The first prayer beads (“Sanskrit: mala, meaning “garland”) grew out of the Vedic tradition in India and were the prototype for prayer beads in later world cultures. (For more information on history and meaning, see our About Malas section.) Our stone 108-bead malas are strung on strong flexible wire for durability and adorned with luxurious handmade cotton tassels. These rich, deep red/orange beads create a mala that is both bold and warm. Red in the Tibetan tradition symbolizes the magnetizing energy of attracting favorable circumstances. Completed with a carnelian guru bead. Marker beads may be special ordered for an additional $8.00 to $10.00 depending on the number added to the mala. Placement of markers can be arranged according to one’s meditation tradition. Please contact us for more details.
  • The first prayer beads (“Sanskrit: mala, meaning “garland”) grew out of the Vedic tradition in India and were the prototype for prayer beads in later world cultures. (For more information on history and meaning, see our About Malas section.) Our stone 108-bead malas are strung on strong flexible wire for durability and adorned with luxurious handmade cotton tassels. This stunning coral mala is made from bamboo coral that has been dyed a rich orange-red. It is finished with a yellow jade guru bead. Inquire about availability and price of un-dyed coral through our custom mala form. Marker beads may be special ordered for an additional $8.00 to $10.00 depending on the number added to the mala. Placement of markers can be arranged according to one’s meditation tradition. Please contact us for more details.
  • Create Your Own Full Mala

    Price will be based on your selection.

    BUILD YOUR OWN 108 BEAD FULL MALA!

    Many Blessings! (Buddhist message in scroll or image) - Welcome to our BUILD YOUR OWN MALA page. For those who prefer to create their own from 108 mala we have created this customizable shopping cart below. Steps are below...

    1. Choose Your base 108 beads for the mala.
    2. Choose Your Marker Bead (this goes in-between the base beads to help keep a good prayer rhythm). $10 to add most any markers...
    3. Choose Marker Layout (number of beads in-between your marker beads).
    4. Accent - $5 to add accent style.
    5. Guru Bead - Traditionally the LARGEST bead that also holds together your mala.
    6. Tassel - Optional to add a tassel.
    7. Snake Knot - Optional to add a snake knot.

    Choose Your Favorite Base Bead Below to Begin!!

       
  • The first prayer beads (“Sanskrit: mala, meaning “garland”) grew out of the Vedic tradition in India and were the prototype for prayer beads in later world cultures. (For more information on history and meaning, see our About Malas section.) Our stone 108-bead malas are strung on strong flexible wire for durability and adorned with luxurious handmade cotton tassels. In many cultures throughout the ages, jade has been associated with sacredness and treasured for it's beauty. These stones are color enhanced and the mala is finished with a carnelian guru bead. For un-dyed jade availability and price, inquire through our custom mala form. Marker beads may be special ordered for an additional $8.00 to $10.00 depending on the number added to the mala. Placement of markers can be arranged according to one’s meditation tradition. Please contact us for more details.
  • The first prayer beads (“Sanskrit: mala, meaning “garland”) grew out of the Vedic tradition in India and were the prototype for prayer beads in later world cultures. (For more information on history and meaning, see our About Malas section.) Our stone 108-bead malas are strung on strong flexible wire for durability and adorned with luxurious handmade cotton tassels. This stunning mala, is made from fine-grade, deep blue lapis. The medicine Buddha, the embosiment of healing energy is described as deep blue, the color of lapis lazuli. Finished with a lapis guru bead. Marker beads may be special ordered for an additional $8.00 to $10.00 depending on the number added to the mala. Placement of markers can be arranged according to one’s meditation tradition. Please contact us for more details.
  • The first prayer beads (“Sanskrit: mala, meaning “garland”) grew out of the Vedic tradition in India and were the prototype for prayer beads in later world cultures. (For more information on history and meaning, see our About Malas section.) Our stone 108-bead malas are strung on strong flexible wire for durability and adorned with luxurious handmade cotton tassels. This dramatic stone of vibrant green with darker green banding creates a mala that is appropriate for practices connected with accomplishing compassionate activity, such as Green Tara. It is finished with a black onyx guru bead. Marker beads may be special ordered for an additional $8.00 to $10.00 depending on the number added to the mala. Placement of markers can be arranged according to one’s meditation tradition. Please contact us for more details.
  • The first prayer beads (“Sanskrit: mala, meaning “garland”) grew out of the Vedic tradition in India and were the prototype for prayer beads in later world cultures. (For more information on history and meaning, see our About Malas section.) Our stone 108-bead malas are strung on strong flexible wire for durability and adorned with luxurious handmade cotton tassels. Natural mother of pearl is a glowing variegated creamy beige shell. This mala is both earthy and luminous. Finished with a rock crystal guru bead. Marker beads may be special ordered for an additional $8.00 to $10.00 depending on the number added to the mala. Placement of markers can be arranged according to one’s meditation tradition. Please contact us for more details.

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