Rudraksha Meditation Mala Prayer Beads

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Rudraksha Beads, also know as "The Eye of Lord Shiva" promote inner peace and knowledge.

Meditation Malas are used for meditation practice to count breaths or mantra repetitions. Neck malas have 108 beads and a 'head bead' to indicate the end and beginning of each 108-bead count. The number of beads signifies the 108 worldly sins in the Buddhist tradition or as a multiple of '9' in the Hindu tradition. This number is also significant in many other religions. Each type of bead has its own significance.


  • Rudraksha Beads promote inner peace and knowledge.
  • Each bead is approximately 1/4-inch (8mm) in diameter
  • The cord is knotted between each bead
  • Mala Length: 42-inches (106.7cm)
  • Made in India

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  • 4
    Nice meaning & story

    Posted by Trina on Nov 21st, 2016

    The beads are rough but if you read the story of Lord Shiva you will love them. I use them to concentrate on inner peace and knowledge as stated.

  • 5
    Taking my meditation to the next level

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 3rd, 2015

    I love my new "RUDRAKSHA MEDITATION MALA PRAYER BEADS." I wear them during my yoga practice and even when I am not on my yoga mat. I wear them as both a necklace and a bracelet.