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Rudraksha 108 Mala with Selenite &  Black Turmaline Pendant

+++ Prayer Japa Mala for Mantra Chanting +++

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  • Number Of Beads : 108 +1
  • Bead Type: Rudraksha 5 Facet Mukhi
  • Beads Size: Approx. 6 mm
  • Chain Type: Hand Knotted Mala
  • Chain Length: Approx. 66cm
  • Charm Symbol: Lotus
  • Pendant Size: Approx. 11 x 8 x 50 mm
  • Pendant: Selenite Crystal with Black Turmaline Pendant


100% Original & Authentic Rudraksha Beads
ORIGIN :: Haridwar (The Holy Shrine)

 

..............................  108 Japa Mala for Meditation .............................. 
The number 108 is considered a sacred number in Hinduism, Buddhism and yogic tradition. Malas or Japa beads come in a string of 108 and are used for devotional meditation, mantra and prayer.

108 is a particularly significant number in the mathematics of the universe. For example, the diameter of the Sun is 108 times the diameter of the Earth and the average distance of the Sun and the Moon to Earth is 108 times their respective diameters.

In the yogic tradition the beads are used in japamala practice to recite mantras in meditation (hence the name). A full cycle of 108 repetitions is counted on the mala so the practitioner can focus on the sounds, vibration and meaning of what is being said.

Japa (Sanskrit: जप) is the meditative repetition of a mantra or a divine name. It is a practice found in Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism, Buddhism, and Shintōism. The mantra or name may be spoken softly, enough for the practitioner to hear it, or it may be spoken within the reciter's mind.

 

.............................. About Sandalwood ..............................
This genuine sandalwood mala is used for japa (repeating mantras or prayers). This mala is made from genuine naturally fragrant sandalwood and will never loose its aroma. Using the very best quality sandalwood, this mala features 8mm beads and has been knotted in traditional style

A full Mala of 108 White Sandalwood wood beads with traditional knots between each bead. Made in India.In India Sandalwood is given divine status and is thus very commonly used in mala beads. The fragrance of the sandalwood is said to be one of the most pleasing to the Gods and is considered cooling, calming and soothing. Sandalwood also promotes humility and focuses the mind to aid in meditation. Mala is made in traditional way with knots between the beads. Total beads 108+1

There are two kinds of Sandalwood - Red (Rakta) and white (Shweta). Rosaries of red Sandalwood are useful for propitiating the goddesses whereas of white are useful for the gods. Red Sandalwood is the symbol of Brahma and blessed by Lakshmi. It enlightens the super consciousness, provides improved concentration and mental structure changes specifically to renunciation from worldly affair. The wearer enjoys all comforts at his command but still remains unattached. Recommended for Headache, Heart Diseases and Right Eye Defect.


 

................ Crystal Properties................

Selenite

This is a stone that carries the capability of purifying itself and others. For those who crave peace and serenity across their body, mind, and soul – Selenite puts you in a place where you feel ready to bloom. To help free you from these tangled thoughts, Selenite first starts with helping you to unburden yourself by thinking with crystal-clear clarity. It’s a stone that invites you to be open and honest, pure, and liberated, and to bring forgiveness to situations that are no longer serving you. 

Those who bring Selenite into their life will find that this stone brings a new flush of flexibility to your physical being. Selenite is said to help stack the spine into alignment and to correct or at least lend a hand when it comes to skeletal issues. It also helps reverse free radical damage in cell structure and can keep your skin, hair, and eyes clear and bright and drenched in youthful dewy energy.

 

Black Tourmaline

It’s believed that black tourmaline is a good replacement for stress and tension. Instead, it helps its bearer view the world more objectively, allowing for clearer, more rational thoughts. The stone is said to help increase physical vitality, increasing one’s energy levels and helping them function on a higher level.

Crystal healers see the black gemstone as one that can inspire a positive attitude, regardless of the circumstance, as well as stimulate a sense of altruism. Black tourmaline is also thought to aid in practical creativity for those who are generally feeling a bit of a mental and creative slump.


 


........... Rudraksha Properties ...........

The Divine Bead from Lord Shiva
Rudraksha is also called the eye of Rudra [Shiva] . It is considered to be the most potent manifestation of the Cosmic Force. Hence it is the object of veneration and also the source to reach the higher self. Rudraksha is often believed to symbolize the link between the earth and heaven. For thousands of years Rudraksha beads have been worn by mankind for good health, religious attainment through Japa and Shakti (power) and for fearless life.

Rudraksha was found in Nature
Rudraksha is a large evergreen broad-leaved tree which grows in the area from the Gangetic Plain to the foothills of great Himalaya and middle area of Nepal. Rudraksha seeds are covered by an outer shell of blue color when fully ripe, and for this reason are also known as blueberry beads. The blue colour is derived not from pigment but is structural. It is an evergreen tree that grows quickly. Rudraksha Tree starts bearing fruit in three to four years. As the tree matures, the roots buttress rising up narrowly near the trunk and radiating out along the surface of the ground.

Legends of Rudraksha
Rudraksha subsist by the tear of lord Siva. According to the religious text Devi Bhagwat Puran there was a Demon known as Maya who was very strong and had divine energy and power. Due to these qualities he became proud and started to trouble deities and sages. No one was able to defeat this strong demon in war. He built three towns of three different metals. Towns were built by gold, silver and iron. These towns were non-destroyable and known as Tripur. After ruling these towns by him and his two brothers he was known as Tripurasur. He started crusade against gods and easily own battle against god's king Indra. He looted angles, power and treasure of god and ruled Eden. Being helpless and powerless Indra and other gods went to beg help from Bramha. Lord Bramha gave advice to them that he could not beat Tripurasur and went to beg help from Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu also told them that he also cannot beat Tripurasur and suggested them to beg help from god's god Shiva. All gods including Bramha Vishnu went to beg help from lord Shiva to destroy Tripurasur and his non-destroyable towns.

Bramha, Vishnu and all gods started to state their grief to lord Shiva and prayed to ruin Tripurasur and his towns. Shiva as always ready to help his devotees reveal all gods that he will ruin Tripurasur. He ordered to build a special chariot to executed demon Tripurasur. Chariot was made of earth; wheel was made of sun and moon, Lord Vishnu himself became arrow of Shiva's arch and the lord Bramha drove chariot.

After the completion of the chariot Lord Shiva lead with Bramha, Vishnu, Indra and all gods to battle and destroy Tripur. He reached the place where he can destroy Tripur by one arrow. In that time Shiva took Rudra (anger) pose. When he was ready to burst the arrow all gods became so happy and start to pray. Lord Shiva execute arrow and ruin Tripur and demolish all devil.

After the demolition of Tripur lord Shiva, Bramha, Vishnu, Indra and other gods went to Himalayas to get rest. Lord Shiva closed his eyes and meditated for some time. When he opened his lotus shaped eyes tears fell from them on the earth. Those tears decent over Sitsail hill. Sometime after those tears became rudraksha trees. The fruits that grow on this tree are known as Rudraksha Beads.