Rudraksha mala - This Rudraksha mala is made with 100% Original 5 faced rudraksha. It is the Highest quality of Rudraksha Beads that is available to make mala of rudraksha. Tulsi Mala - Tulsi Mala / Rosary Made In India With Traditional Knots Between Beads. Ideal For Lord Vishnu Pooja Purpose.
|Bead Size - 6 mm||Gender - Unisex|
|Condition - New||Shape - Round|
|Style - Spritual||Material - Natural Rudraksha|
|Weight - 40 gm||Colour - Natural Brown|
|Origin - India||Type Of Rudraksha - 5 Mukhi|
Rudraksha mala - This Rudraksha mala is made with 100% Original 5 faced rudraksha. It is the Highest quality of Rudraksha Beads that is available to make mala of rudraksha. Tulsi Mala - Tulsi Mala / Rosary Made In India With Traditional Knots Between Beads. Ideal For Lord Vishnu Pooja Purpose. Brings Peace And Harmony. The Tulsi Mala Can Be Worn Around The Neck For Spiritual And Physical Healings As The Touch Of Tulsi Wood Rejuvenates The Mind. It Also Brings Luck And Fortune. It Is A Cleansing And Pious Beaded Garland To Be Worn By Worshippers. Mostly 'Tulsi Mala' Is Seen Worn By 'Vishnu' And 'Krishna' Devotees And Buddhists Prefer The 'Tulsi Mala'. It Is Often Used For Chanting Mantras And Even Meditating. 'Tulsi' Beads Are Not Only Medicinal But Help In Cleansing The Mind And Soul. Considered Sacred In Hinduism, 'Tulsi' Plant Is Worshipped For The Well Being Of Families. Many Religious-Minded People Throughout India And The Rest Of The World Wear Necklaces Of Tulsi Wood (Tulsi Kanthi Mala). Tulsi Wood Is Sacred To Lord Krishna And His Followers. However, There Are Many Popular Taboos And Misconceptions Regarding Who Can And Cannot Wear Tulsi.
RUDRAKSHA MALA: Wearing Rudraksha is one of the most ancient and effective ways to boost up one’s physical and mental wellness and spiritual growth. Scriptures say Rudraksha must be cleaned and energized before wearing for the first time. Here is a step by step guide on how to prepare a Rudraksha suitable and powerful to wear. Read this to know how to wear Rudraksha.
TULSI MALA: The Japa Mala has 108 beads set in a loop, with one big bead which represents Krishna. To chant, one starts with the smaller of the two beads set next to the Krishna bead, holding it with the thumb and the middle finger, and then begins chanting. After finishing one complete round, one starts on the opposite side, instead of crossing over the Krishna bead, considered disrespectful.Chanting involves to reciting mantras or shlokas which creates a musical aura around one, helping one to enjoy the meditation time. You can close your eyes, if not driving, and conncet with the Greater Force. You can even carry your mala in a bag available nowadays where another person does not really see you counting the beads. This helps you create some privacy in a public place like the Metro. Sitting in your puja room or space allows you to light a fragrant incense to enhance the whole experience.
- Chant the Bheej mantra ‘Om Hreem Namah’ at least nine times both in the morning and evening on a daily basis.
- Do not indulge in falsehood, evil acts, alcoholism and sex while wearing this rudraksha.
- Keep it away from water perfume and soap.