ISKON Krishna Lal Chandan Jaap Mala-108 Beads Rosary Basil-Red Chandan for Jap/Chandan Mala for Chanting

Contains 108 Beads of Red chandan

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  • Malas are used for keeping count while reciting, chanting, or mentally repeating a mantra or the name or names of a deity. Mantras are typically repeated hundreds or even thousands of times. The mala is used so that one can focus on the meaning or sound of the mantra rather than counting its repetitions.
  • Many OPTIONS – Each Bead connects with you in a different way and can help symbolize different needs and traits you wish to cultivate in your daily life. Our beads are made from genuine Sandalwood that feels smooth and soothing to touch and reflects light.
  • Japa is the meditation technique used with Mala to calm the mind and summon your soul. Worn as a bracelet or necklace, prayer beads also serve as a powerful reminder to be in the present moment and embody peace, love, and compassion.
  • The product in display is made from Sandalwood material and is finished in an attractive color. This product features a strand shape, expansion band, and a design that renders it with the versatility to be worn on all occasions.
  • Sandalwood is the symbol of Brahma and blessed by Lakshmi. Rosaries of Sandalwood are useful for propitiating the goddesses whereas white is useful for the gods. The wearer enjoys all comforts at his command but remains unattached. We use it for peace and empowering rituals and for worshipping all deities. It promotes tranquility and is an aid to meditation.

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