About this Mala:
108 8mm real, Rudraksha beads, called “Rawa,” and are slightly rough to the touch with 5-6 subtle, undefined facets or Mukhi, with Tiger’s Eye and turquoise markers, a Tigers Eye guru bead, finished with an ahhimsa natural tassel.
Rudraksha seeds are from an evergreen tree, genus Elaeocarpus, and are used to make malas in Hinduism. The name comes from Sanskrit, “Rudra’s eyes.”
Tigers Eye: Folklore holds this as a power stone Tiger Eye has a wonderful reputation for attracting wealth, money and luck. However it has some powerful spiritual uses as well. The liquid movement of light across the stone makes it an excellent tool for vision or divination work.
Hindu Japa malas are usually worn around the neck when not in use. Rudraksha are used to recite mantras, holding the mala with the right hand. Hindu Style malas are usually made from Sandalwood, Seeds or Rudraksha beads.
Our Rudraksha Malas natural seeds from an Indian or Indonesian Himalayan Rudraksha Tree. These are usually used for wrathful practices as Shiva and Rudra is associated with the third cycle of destruction, the circle of birth, sustaining and ending, and is particularly potent in times of war.
All malas have a 30 day guarantee to protect from breakage. Complimentary Silk Mala Bag included!