bhaktimalas

Bhakti Malas

Fort Collins, Colorado · 32 Sales

bhaktimalas

Bhakti Malas

Fort Collins, Colorado 32 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Announcement   Mala is an ancient Sanskrit word meaning "garland of flowers", used for many centuries to honor respected people and deities in India. The word has also come to signify anything that is strung together in a similar manner, including rosaries used for spiritual practice.

Malas are used in many spiritual traditions, including Hinduism, Buddhism and both Orthodox and Catholic Christianity. Different cultures use different types of malas, and call them by many names, but the concept is universal. They are used in the repetition of prayers and mantras. In the rich spiritual culture of India, the number 108 holds a special significance, and appears over and over throughout that mythos. For that reason, both Hindus and Buddhists use malas consisting of 108 beads (or numbers that multiply to equal 108, such as 27, 36, or 54). Our malas are made in this style.

All of our malas are strung on stainless steel beading wire for optimal durability, or wire-wrapped with gold fill wire. We use only genuine semi-precious stones, and never any man-made or dyed materials.

If you have a favorite stone, or would like a particular combination of stones or colors, I am happy to make any custom mala you like. Just contact me with the details!

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Last updated on Apr 9, 2017

Mala is an ancient Sanskrit word meaning "garland of flowers", used for many centuries to honor respected people and deities in India. The word has also come to signify anything that is strung together in a similar manner, including rosaries used for spiritual practice.

Malas are used in many spiritual traditions, including Hinduism, Buddhism and both Orthodox and Catholic Christianity. Different cultures use different types of malas, and call them by many names, but the concept is universal. They are used in the repetition of prayers and mantras. In the rich spiritual culture of India, the number 108 holds a special significance, and appears over and over throughout that mythos. For that reason, both Hindus and Buddhists use malas consisting of 108 beads (or numbers that multiply to equal 108, such as 27, 36, or 54). Our malas are made in this style.

All of our malas are strung on stainless steel beading wire for optimal durability, or wire-wrapped with gold fill wire. We use only genuine semi-precious stones, and never any man-made or dyed materials.

If you have a favorite stone, or would like a particular combination of stones or colors, I am happy to make any custom mala you like. Just contact me with the details!

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Anonymous on Jul 6, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

the BEST products, the BEST seller, !!!

Anonymous on Mar 25, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful, thank you!

Anonymous on Aug 6, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful!!!

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