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Skull Tibetan Buddhist Beads Bracelet-I

by Ajit Twayana Owner/Founder Mandalas Craft
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
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  • prostrations, recitations of mantras, names of the Buddha
  • in a mala there is 108
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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.

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About Ajit Twayana Committed   Owner/Founder Mandalas Craft

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