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7mm Yak Bone Dice Mala,68cm

7mm Yak Bone Dice Mala,68cm

⏱Vintage: 2000-2003

☞Handmade: 100%

⚒Materials: Yak Bone,Silver,Copper,Agate

☲Size: 26.8 inches

Regular price $239.99 USD
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❤This mala bracelet was made by Tibetan craftsmen and come from Hepo Town, Baiyu County, the birthplace of the famous Tibetan handicrafts.

It is made of yak bone, yellow color,108 dice beads diameter of 7mm / 0.27",circumference is 68cm / 26.8",and lots of accessories on it.

100% Handmade
Material:yak bone,silver,agate,copper 
Mala Circumference:68cm/ 26.8 inch
108 × Dice beads, size:7mm/ 0.27 inch
1 × Bhaisajyaguru agatebead, size:10mm/ 0.4 inch
2 × red skull beads, size:10mm/ 0.4 inch
1 × coper pagoda tsa tsa mold pendant, size:29mm/ 1.14 inch
1 × Drashi Lhamo bead clip, size:18mm/ 0.7 inch
1 × bone skull pendant, size:10mm/ 0.4 inch
1 × bone guru bead, size:15mm/ 0.6 inch
1 × bone vajra pendant, size:18mm/ 0.7 inch
1 pair of silver bead counters, size:5mm/ 0.2 inch

You'll get 1 mala as pictures shown.

❤These amazing bone beads are handcrafted by artisans from Tibet,who recycle and reuse everything in daily life and spiritual practice.Bone carvings symbolize reincarnation and the recycling of natural materials.It is an important material for Tibetan Buddhism.

Bone beads allow us to reflect upon the Buddhist teachings of impermanence. They serve as a reminder to live in the present moment; because nothing is permanent, everything is possible.
In the Mountains , it is typical for large animals such as yak or water buffalo to be used for service, food, clothing, and ritual items. Given the limited amount of resources and the religious practices of the people in the region, it is important that none of the animal goes to waste.

❤ Great Mala For Meditation and Yoga Practitioners
❤ Good karma beads that protect one from negative energy and removes obstacles.

❤Malas are used all over by the Buddhists around the world especially they are used in Tibet, Nepal and India. You will always see the monks as well as lay people using them while walking around the stupas or temples or monasteries. A Mala is usually used for prostrations, counting mantras, Meditation and so on. It is worn on left wrist while not in use.

Suggested Mantras
"Om Ami Dewa Hrih" To Amitabha
"Tayatha Om Bekatse Bekatse Maha Bekatse Raza Samu Gati Soha" To Healing Medicine Buddha.
"Om Mani Padme Hum" To Chenrezig
"Om Muni Muni Maha Muni ye soha" To Lord Buddha Shakyamuni
"Om A Ra Pa Ca Na Dhih" To Manjusri
"Om Tare Turi Tutari Turi Soha" To Green Tara
"Om Tare Tuttare Ture Mama Ayuh Punya Jnana Pustim Kuru Soha Om" To White Tara
"Nam Myo Ho Renge Kyo" To Lotus Sutra Mantra
"Om Ah Hum Vajra Guru Padma Siddhi Hum" To Guru Rinpoche

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