|Payment Terms:||T/T,Western Union,MoneyGram,Paypal|
|Supply Ability:||100000 Piece/Pieces per Month|
|Place of Origin:||Zhejiang China|
|Necklaces Type:||Beaded Necklaces|
|Jewelry Main Material:||Wood|
|Main Stone:||8mm Lovers Sandalwood Beads Buddhist Mala Necklace|
|Product name:||8mm Lovers Sandalwood Beads Buddhist Mala Necklace|
|Bead's size:||6mm and 8mm for choice|
|unit weight:||about 40gram/pc|
|Color:||same as the photos|
|Packing:||1pc/pvc seal bag,carton and foam|
|Delivery time:||2-10days ,depend on the quantities|
|Suit for Amazon website:||the Barcode can stick on the packing bags|
|Payment:||paypal,western union, T/T,Money gram|
|Delivery Detail:||Shipped in 3 days after payment|
|Packaging Detail:||1pc/pvc seal bag, carton and foam|
Keya 8mm Lovers Sandalwood Beads Buddhist Mala Necklace wholesale
|Item Name||Keya 8mm Lovers Sandalwood Beads Buddhist Mala Necklace wholesale|
|Bead's size||6mm and 8mm for choice|
|Min order quantity||50pcs|
|Payment Way||By Bank Transfer,Paypal or Western Union|
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What is a Japa Mala?
Mala beads are a string of beads used to count mantras (Sanskrit prayers) in sets of 27, 54 or 108
repetitions. The large meru (mountain) bead provides a starting and ending point on the mala for
counting the repetitions. Mala beads are an ancient tool that was developed to keep the mind focused
on the practice of meditation.
Mala beads are seen in other cultures and religions and are also known as prayer beads, rosary beads
and worry beads. Over two-thirds of the world’s population employ some type of prayer beads as part
of their spiritual practice. The use of beads in prayer appears to have originated around the 8th
century B.C.E. in India.
Mala beads are typically made out of different materials, and the properties of the beads are said to
have specific energetic effects. Different spiritual practices and religious traditions historically
have used beads of a specific material.
Mala is a Sanskrit word meaning garland. Japa means recitation, and it is traditionally used as an
adjective and combined to form Japa Mala (prayer beads for meditation). Japa mala was adopted into
other languages as the use and popularity of prayer beads spread. When the Romans invaded India, they
mistook japa for jap, the Latin word for rose. Upon returning to Rome, mala beads were referred to as
rosarium and later became known as rosary beads in English.