· All our Spiritual Products Are Spiritually activated With Mantras & Puja’s also known as Abhisheka by our Panditji Priest without any extra charges.
· All orders above £ 40* will get a surprise gift.
· All orders above £ 70* will be offered free worldwide postage. (* Considering only the item’s actual price also known as buy it now price )
· We do accept wholesale orders, Please write to us for wholesale enquiries, we will definitely create a special listing for you at very reasonable prices.
· Our motto is “ Genuine, Original & Authentic Rudraksha Bead Distribution Worldwide”
· We sell all kind of spiritual items so if you need anything anywhere in the world please contact us 24X7 at: email@example.com
Pack of 3 Prayer Mala's - Special price!!!!!!!!!
-108 Beads Rudraksha Mala
-108 Bead Red Sandal Wood Mala
-108 Bead White Sandal Wood Mala You will get 1 of each Mala, It is a Special BundledOffer!!!!
5 FACE RUDRAKSHA 8 mm 108 beads+1 LORD SHIVA JAPA MALA
Indian legend relates many stories about Lord Shiva,also known as “Rudra”. He is famous for being the embodiment of the power ofdestruction in an eternal cycle of creation maintenance, and destruction. Shivais also associated with deep states of meditation where thoughts are absent andonly silence and emptiness exist. It is said that Lord Shiva once entered aprofound state of meditation for the benefit of mankind for a very long time.When he finally emerged from this state and opened his eyes, the deep joy,peace, and love he felt for the human race was expressed with sacred tearswhich ran down his cheek and fell to earth. Each tear generated a rudrakshatree whose tiny fruits are born of the tears of rudra—the Lord AlmightyHimself.The word rudraksha, in fact, comes from the two Sanskrit words rudra, asynonym for Lord Shiva, and aksha, meaning “eyes”. Botanically, the rudrakshatree is known as Elaecarpus ganitrus Roxb. These trees grow in very few placesin the world including the Himalayas of India and Nepal, as well as in parts ofIndonesia. They are large trees with a wide silhouette whose flowers bloomannually. The rudraksha berry varies in size (3-40 mm; 1/8 to 1½ inches). Ithas smooth light green skin and pulp much like a green grape. Lodged within thepulp is a single round seed which has a rough surface and a hole runningthrough it from top to bottom. It is these seeds which are the rudraksha beads.Each seed also possesses fron 1 to 21 vertical lines running down its surface,like the longitude lines on a globe. These lines are known as mukhas, orfacets, and are natural formations of the seed. Seeds with one vertical lineare known as ek-mukhi (one facet); those with two lines are dwi-mukhi (twofacets), and so on.Many different Hindu scriptures written over many differentperiods of history describe divine qualities of this little bead. Oneintriguing aspect of rudraksha lore is that it is worn and worshipped byabsolutely everyone regardless of caste, religion, sect, creed, color, or sex.Given the highly secularized history of India this is quite peculiar. Eventoday, as in past times, it is worn by the Brahmin priest while performingsolemn ceremonies, by the soldier engaged in battle, by the store owner orstockbroker conducting business, by the student for knowledge, the poorest ofour society for sustenance.Generally speaking, one who wears the rudraksha inthe prescribed manner will invoke the energies of Lord Shiva and negativethoughts and emotions will be destroyed. Rudraksha has a calming effect on thecentral nervous system. It is said that the rudraksha helps maintain a normalblood pressure and helps maintains health. It has no adverse effects andpromotes peace of mind and prosperity for the wearer. In various ancientscriptures (i.e. Padma Purana, Shiva Purana, Mantramaharnava,Rudrajabalopanishad) it is proclaimed that if a person meets his death whilewearing a rudraksha he is released from the cycle of life and death andachieves moksha (liberation). These are the general qualities of the rudrakshabead; the following are the specific attributes of the beads of various numbersof mukhas (lines or “facets”):* 1 Mukhi Extremely rare and equally expensivewhen found. It represents the Supreme Self. Its wearer is bestowed with worldlycomfort and spiritual fulfillment.* 2 Mukhi Fosters harmony and oneness betweenthose who are divided. Extremely rare. Given to children who are being marriedby their parents.* 3 Mukhi Represents Agni, Lord of Fire. Helps dispel mentallethargy and depression. Attracts wealth.* 4 Mukhi Represents Brahma, theCreator. Worn by students and those who need to renew and recreate. Helpsexpand vision and mental horizons. Increases attractiveness.* 5 Mukhi Thefullest representation of Lord Shiva. It will destroy negative thoughts andemotions and grant the wearer peace of mind and clarity of purpose. Helpsachieve one’s goals. All malas which are worn around the neck or used as japamala (prayer beads) should be of five mukhi. There should be 108 beads.* 6 MukhiThe one worn by soldiers, police, adventurers, and all persons exposed todanger. It protects one from harm and instills calm and will power in thewearer. It represents Lord Kartikeya.* 7 Mukhi Represents the goddess Laxmi,and is actually stated to be her abode. This rudraksha is not worn but ratheris kept in a wooden box together with a small sum of cash. It will helpovercome financial hardship and bring abundance.* 8 Mukhi This rudraksharepresents the famous Lord Ganesha, the elephant-faced God. It will help thosewho have continuously failed in a specific endeavor despite many attempts tosucceed. Removal of past sins.* 9 Mukhi This bead represents Mother Durga andcan help motivate a person who is experiencing mental inertia (tamas). Protectsone’s children from misfortune.* 10 Mukhi Protects the wearer from those peopleand things that may harm him.* 11 Mukhi. This rudraksha represents LordHanuman, the Monkey-God. It promotes excellent general physical and mentalhealth, gives insight and vision, and deflects evil thoughts. Increases energy,power, and mental stamina.* 12 Mukhi Represents Surya, the Sun. It wearer willhave the attention and respect of the world and be presented with opportunity.*13 Mukhi Represents Lord Indra and brings the wearer an appreciation andawareness of the spiritual realm.* 14 Mukhi This bead is worn only on theforehead in a special headband, after being blessed by a priest in a specialpuja ceremony. It is said to activate the ajna chakra (third eye) and bestow subtlevision and intuitive powers. Only worn if instructed to do so by one’s guru.*15-21 Mukhi rudrakshas should be kept as a set of seven beads on the personalprayer alter where they will bring health, peace, and prosperity to thefamily.How To Use and Care For The Rudraksha Mala1. It is best to wear therudraksha mala (i.e necklace) for the first time on a Monday. If at allpossible it should be first brought to a Shiva temple for sanctification earlyon a Monday morning and then worn immediately after worship. If a Shiva templeis not available then simply wear it initially on a Monday.2. At bedtime removethe mala and place it on the alter in your home. When traveling you shouldsleep with it on.3. After bathing in the morning, hold the mala in the righthand and repeat the appropriate mantra aloud (see below) for 108 times.4. Donot wear the rudraksha mala during periods of menstrual bleeding or whileattending funerals.5. The rudraksha mala has a very long lifespan. A properlycared for mala can be passed along to eight generations as a family heirloom.6.The rudraksha mala cn be washed occasionally with warm soapy water and allowedto dry naturally. Do not soak for extended periods of time.7. Rudraksha beadsvary in size from 3-40 mm. The size of the bead has no bearing on its effects.However a given mala must contain beads all with the same number ofmukhis.Beeja Mantras For The Various Rudrakshas* For Mukhi 1, 4, 5, 10, and 13:Om Hreem Namah* For Mukhi 2 and 14: Om Namah* For Mukhi 3: Om Kleem Namah* ForMukhi 7 and 8: Om Hum Namah* For Mukhi 6, 9, and 11: Om Hreem Hum Namah* ForMukhi 12: Om Krom Srom Rom Namah 108 +1White Sandalwood Prayer Mala
A full Mala of 108 White Sandalwood wood beads withtraditional knots between each bead. Made in India.
Bead size is 6 mm
In India Sandalwood is given divine status and isthus very commonly used in mala beads. The fragrance of the sandalwood issaid to be one of the most pleasing to the Gods and is considered cooling,calming and soothing. Sandalwood also promotes humility and focuses themind to aid in meditation.
Theword 'Mala' means 'Garland'. Mala beads can be made from wooden beads,seeds, semi-precious or precious stones or gems. A full size Malaconsists of 108 beads. The number 108 is a sacred, auspicious number inmany cultures but particularly in the Hindu tradition. The number comesfrom multiplying the 12 astrological houses by the 9 planets. Each Malaalso has a Guru bead, or tassel to remind us of the teachers in our lives. Traditionally, the mala is held between the thumb and middle finger andas each bead is passed through the finger and thumb, a mantra or god is saideither silently, quitely or out loud. The most powerful mantras are saidto be those repeated silently in the mind. This is done until the Gurubead is reached, the the Mala is reversed and the process goes on until theGuru bead is reached again. Repeating a mantra in this way is anexcellent way of calming the mind and keeping thought of 'The Divine'(whatever that is for each one of us, whatever culture, religion or belief wehold) in our every day lives. To empower the mala, and the mantra used inassociation with this mala, japa (mantra meditation) should be practiced onceeach day for 40 consecutive days.When the mala becomes empowered, it canthen be worn to transmit the energy of the mantra and the energeticqualities of the mala to the wearer. If you use a differentmantra, the energy of the previous mantra becomes replaced by the newone. For this reason, many people have different malas for differentmantras.When not in use, your mala should be stored in a special, cleanand preferably sacred space, for example on a personal altar or on astatue of a deity.
BEAUTIFULRED SANDALWOOD MALA - EXCELLENT FOR JAPA (MANTRA RECITATION) PRACTICE This mala is produced by a spiritual ashram. the beads are about 6 mmindiameter.The difference between this mala and the other malas that we sell isthat there are red cord knots in between the beads. The advantage of thisfor practicing japa is that it is very easy and comfortable with the fingers tomove from one bead to the other - it is really great for mantra practices.
Red Sandalwood is a beautiful hard, resistantwood!! It has a light smell when using the mala but this is notstrong as in other sandalwoods. The beads have a great smooth feel makingit ideal for prayer or as worry beads. Traditionally, usinga mala together with a mantra which can be given to you bya spiritual teacher, or can be a name of God, is a wonderful wayto help calm the mind and obtain inner peace. Normally malas are used holding the beads with thethumb and third (not index) finger. You move from one bead to the other in anupwards direction. Bead size 6mm