Tibetan Prayer Beads Mala Handmade fully beaded
Copper/gold effect unusually shaped nugget beads
Strung on a multicoloured twisted cord
Beads measuring 6mm x 5mm wide
Wear this with one of our other prayer bracelets in a
stack for up to the minute styling
Great for everyday fashion or to wear as part of an interest into meditation, yoga and all things spiritual. However you choose to wear it, you can be sure it will look amazing, subtle, simple and stackable.
What are Buddhist prayer beads?
Malas or Tibetan Buddhsit prayer beads are similar to other prayer beads used in various world religions. Some people have called the mala a Buddhist rosary, but in Tibetan, a mala is called a threngwa. Malais a Sanskrit word meaning “garland”. Malas are used to keep track while one recites, chants, or mentally repeats a mantra or the name or names of a deity. Malas are used as a tool to keep count of mantra repetitions. Mantras are spiritual syllables or prayers and are usually repeated many times.