In Tibetan Buddhism, the 108 bead Mala acts as a powerful meditation aid whether you recite an ancient Mantra or one you developed yourself.
We like to use them to remember to stay mindful, compassionate and grateful. We also find them perfect for reducing stress by rolling them between the fingers or for inducing calm by counting the beads.
Whether you wear them around your neck or on your arm, these simple and traditional wooden beads simply feel good.
Where They're Made
This Mala is handmade by Newari people in the foothills of the Himalayas in Nepal. As always a portion of this sale directly supports our team of craftsmen and sherpas in Nepal. Thanks for your support!
A Gift From Team Backpack Buddha
We want you to enjoy our Mala beads as much as we do. To aid you on your path, you'll receive this 7 page eGuide all about Malas & how to use them as a medium for mindfulness, tranquility, and contentment. It's got all the essentials to help you benefit the most from Tibetan Buddhist Mala Beads.
About These Prayer Beads
- Material: Natural Wood
- Size: 8mm (0.31") beads
- Size: 48cm (19") long, held end to end including tassel
- Size: 84cm (33") total circumference
- Weight: 1.2oz.
- Bead Count: This Mala is comprised of 108 beads
- Note: Beads wrap around average wrist comfortable 3-4 times.
As soon as you make your purchase, we will begin processing your order. Please allow between 2-4 business days for your delivery. Contact us at Sherpas@BackpackBuddha.com for any assistance.