The word japamala comes from the Sanskrit japa (the repetition of a mantra); and mala (garland).
- 108 white sandalwood beads
- Bead size: 8mm
- Japamala size: Approx. 864mm
- Includes 2 x 8 marker beads (counting beads through the wheel of Dharma)
- Hand-woven & knotted with durable thread
Did You Know?
- The number 108 is considered sacred in Buddhism and Hinduism. Some beliefs associate the number with 108 feelings, while others link it to 108 worldly temptations.
- Sandalwood is a symbol of vitality, as well as transformation and elevation.
Never wear your japamala when swimming or showering. Never submerge the jewellery fully in water.
Small beads & parts, not suitable for young children
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travel mala beads
12 Sep, 2015, By Nadya
This is perfect for what I wanted from this product: Mala beads that go around my wrist and which I can take with me every day. In other words, it has an elastic. The beads are smaller than they seem in the picture, or perhaps I just expected a little different because I have other mala strings, but I am quite happy with this product.
09 Apr, 2015, By dene
love this , but was definitely overpriced :(