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Embrace tranquility and spiritual alignment with our meticulously crafted Rudraksha Mala - 54 Beads. Each bead is hand-selected for its purity and positive energy, offering a powerful tool for meditation, prayer, and everyday wear.

Our Rudraksha Mala is expertly designed to enhance your spiritual journey, promoting inner peace and mindfulness. Made from authentic Rudraksha seeds, revered for their sacred significance, this mala serves as a tangible connection to ancient wisdom and holistic well-being.

Experience the transformative benefits of Rudraksha as you incorporate this sacred accessory into your daily rituals. Whether you're a seasoned practitioner or new to the path of mindfulness, our Rudraksha Mala is an essential addition to your spiritual toolkit.

Shop now and discover the profound serenity and balance that our Rudraksha Mala - 54 Beads brings to your life. Elevate your spiritual practice and attract positive vibrations with every bead.

Bead width: 17-18mm
Length: 860mm

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Using a Rudraksha Mala is a personal and spiritual practice that varies depending on individual beliefs and intentions. However, here are some common ways to use a Rudraksha Mala:

Meditation: Many people use Rudraksha Malas during meditation to help maintain focus and concentration. Hold the mala in your right hand, using your thumb to move from one bead to the next. With each bead, recite a mantra, prayer, or affirmation. You can use a specific mantra or simply focus on your breath as you move through each bead.

Prayer: Rudraksha Malas are also used for prayer by individuals following Hindu or Buddhist traditions. Similar to meditation, hold the mala in your right hand and move from bead to bead while reciting prayers or mantras.

Wearing: Some people wear Rudraksha Malas as a necklace or bracelet throughout the day as a reminder of their spiritual practice and intentions. Wearing the mala close to the skin is believed to enhance its benefits.

Energy Cleansing: Some believe that Rudraksha Malas have the ability to absorb and cleanse negative energies. To cleanse your mala, you can place it in moonlight overnight or use other cleansing methods such as smudging with sage or sandalwood.

Setting Intentions: Before using your Rudraksha Mala, you may want to set intentions or goals for your practice. This could be anything from cultivating inner peace and mindfulness to manifesting specific desires or aspirations.

Ultimately, the way you use your Rudraksha Mala is a personal choice guided by your own spiritual beliefs and practices. Experiment with different techniques to discover what resonates most deeply with you

Rudraksha Mala

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Anti-allergic : Prevents or relieves allergies 

Anti-inflammatory : A chemical that reduces inflammation, including swelling, pain & redness in the body. Anti-inflammatory agents block certain substances in the body that cause inflammation.

Anti-oxidant : chemicals that lessen or prevent the effect of free radicals on cells. They reduce the reactivity and prevent disease 

Antibacterial : Effective only against bacteria. 

Antimicrobial : Effective against a wide variety of microbes. Helps to eliminate dangerous bacteria and prevent the spread of infections. 

Antiseptic : Antiseptics are chemicals that kill or slow the growth of germs or micro-organisms (bacteria, fungi and viruses)

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Astringent : a chemical that shrinks or constricts body tissues. The word derives from the Latin adstringere, which means "to bind fast".

Churna :(Sanskrit: चूर्ण "powder") is a mixture of powdered herbs and or minerals used in Ayurvedic medicine. 

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