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This item sold on August 18, 2011.

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This mala has 108 coconut shell beads strung on silk cord. The counter beads on this mala are antique African trade beads and hanging from the guru bead is a brass Thai Buddha charm. This mala measures 42 inches around and is 24 inches in length when measured from the top bead to the bottom of the Buddha charm.

Mala means garland in Sanskrit; it is used for counting the repetitions of mantras or prayers. When completed I dedicate each mala to the benefit of all sentient beings. Strung in the Tibetan tradition in a multiples of 108 beads.

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Mala 108 Cocnut Shell Beads

Overview

  • Materials: coconut shell, brass, base metal, silk, glass
  • Ships worldwide from San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
  • Feedback: 351 reviews
  • Favorited by: 10 people