Carnelian Full Mala

$50.00

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.

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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. 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.

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