- Door Handle
- Prayer beads / Malas
- Singing Bowls
- Tibetan Prayer flags
- Tingsha / Cymbals
- Wall Hangings
· Beautifully hand carved conch shell mala.
· It is intricately carved with OM MANI PEDME HUN, Mantra of compassion Buddha.
· There are 108 beads in the mala.
· Ideal for a practitioner because it is made to last.
· Each bead is about ¼ of an inch in size.
· It is made in Patan, Nepal
Size 16 inches long without the fringe.
Weight 81.9 grams / 2.89 oz.
Tibetan Prayer Beads
Tibetan prayer Beads ("rosary") or Mala are used to count prayer, mantras and prostrations. It helps to center the mind away from distracting thoughts. As each bead is passed through the fingers the practitioner recites his or her personal mantra. The large shaped central bead represents Mount Meru, also known as Mount Kailash. Mala is considered one of the most sacred and treasured tools of a Tibetan Buddhist practitioner. Malas are primarily used to aid with one's personal yidam practice or they are simply used for any number of mantras that may be recited during puja or day to day activity. Mantra recitations are counted in order to complete important aspects of the practice. These recitations have the power to liberate the practitioner and benefit sentient beings in limitless ways. Some practitioners spend their lives accumulating many millions of mantras, because of this they are thought to develop deep insights into genuine reality and gain inner peace. It is also used as a fashion accessory in the Hollywood and among the young adults who wears them in their arms.