Mala Necklace - Rudraksha beads
There is a long tradition of wearing 108 rudraksha beads in India, especially in Shaivism, because of their association with Shiva, who wears rudraksha garlands.
The mantra "Om Namah Shivaya" is repeated with the help of rudraksha beads.
Hindus have used Rudraksha malas for meditation purposes and to sanctify the mind, body, and soul since early medieval times.
Rudraksha is a seed that becomes harder and darker brown with time.
This mala also has orange beads and an orange tassel.
Use it as a necklace or as prayer beads.
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