Maha Mala - garnet aksh mala

Indian based designer Maha Mala combines traditional wood and seeds with the beneficial properties of semi-precious stones to bring you a beautiful and diverse range of malas. These unique pieces are equally suitable for meditation or as jewelry.

 

Product Detail

  • • Garnet: Personal power, creativity and passion.
  • • Rudraksha: Traditional seed used in malas, known to calm tension adn give clarity to voice.
  • • Measures 33”L (108 beads).
  • • Ahimsa Silk Tassel measures 2.5"L
  • • Stretch elastic - Can be worn as necklace or bracelet
  • • Includes Khadi fabric pouch block printed with vegetables dyes and sewn by the women of the Ek Tara Foundation.

 

Further Information

A Mala is used so that one can focus on the meaning or sound of a mantra or prayer rather than having to focus on counting the number of repetitions. This recitation aids in calming the mind, similar to meditation.

 

Additional necklaces by Maha Mala shown here.

 

Shown on model with Lotta Stensson, Orchid and Palm Maxi Caftan

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