Tigers eye 108 Beads Tibetan Prayer Mala


This is a very beautiful Tiger Eye Stone Beaded Prayer Mala with 108 beads of 7 mm. This mala has three lapis beads counter along with two Taiwanese Counter attached to it. The Taiwanese counter can be used to count the recitations of mantras, prostrations or names of Buddha. It allows you to control your count so that you do not forget while in deep meditation or devotion.

The Sanskrit word "mala" means "garland." A mala is a string of beads used to count repetitions in Buddhist practices--prostrations, recitations of mantras, names of the Buddha. Sometimes it is simply a reminder to be aware. The traditional number of beads in a mala is 108. The beads themselves, made from variety of seeds, wood, and semiprecious stones, are worn around the neck or wrapped in coils around the wrist.

Total Length: 26"
Beads Size: 7 mm
Weight: 50 grams

NOTE: Due to the manual measurement, Please allow 1-2 mm differences