Malas

 

A Mala is a string of 108 beads which is used for the practice of Japa Yoga (Mantra Repetition).

Malas

The beads are strung on a cotton thread, each separated by a special knot called a Brahma Granthi.

Sometimes a mala is made with 27 beads. A 27 bead mala is called a sumirani mala. It can be worn on the wrist and used at any time throughout the day.

Rudrakasha Mala

Rudrakasha Mala

Rudrakasha is the inner seed of a jungle fruit. It is said to be the most powerful mala for japa meditation.

  • Mala with 108 Beads (7mm) : £24.00

Sandalwood Mala

Sandalwood Mala

Sandalwood malas are sweet scented and pacifying.

  • Mala with 108 Beads (7mm) : £24.00
  • Wrist Mala with 27 beads (7mm) : £8.00

Quartz Crystal Mala

Quartz Crystal Mala

Crystal has the ability to retain, concentrate and solidify energy. A Crystal mala will intensify the energy we emit during Mantra Japa and meditation. This is the only type of mala which can be worn and used for Japa.

  • Mala with 108 Beads (7mm) : £28.00
  • Wrist Mala with 27 beads (7mm) : £9.00

Coloured threadsPlease Note

  • Malas can be made to order, so you can specify a combination of beads if you prefer.
  • You can choose the colour of the thread and tassel.

Note : Depending on the size of the beads we have in stock it may not be possible to make a wrist mala with 27 beads.

 

Please call or email to check availability of wrist malas.

Click here for Guidelines for the Practice of Japa Yoga and using a mala.

“When you practice japa, forget your name, forget your home and forget your environment. Just repeat your mantra, immerse yourself into it and become the mantra itself.”Swami Satyananda Saraswati

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