This Haldi Mala (rosary) is made of pulps of Turmeric which is considered one of the most purifying herbs in Ayurveda. It is used for recitation of Mantras during those worshipping ceremonies which are performed to bring success when you are in trouble because of some enemy. Turmeric Mala is used to perform Anusthan (special prayers). It is associated with fertility.
The word, "sandalwood" in English, or "chandan" in Hindi, evokes a world of ancient mystery, sanctity, and devotion.Sandalwood has an uninterrupted sacred 4,000 year history, being mentioned in ancient Sanskrit and Chinese manuscripts. The Sandalwood is a small, evergreen tree native to tropical Asia. Sandalwood has traditionally been regarded as one of the purest substances and is valued for its cooling properties and its medicinal value too. It is believed to promote tranquility as an aid to meditation.Sandalwood is very calming and cooling, it soothes pitta dosha and helps one to overcome the senses. It is said to attract positive subtle vibrations, bring clear perception and can be used in worshiping any deity.
Wearing a Navaratna Mala transforms the negative influence of the planets into positive energy for your life. The nine stones, which are repeated six times in this Mala, will create a shield of positivity around you. Additionally this Mala fits with nearly every outfit, every unicolor shirt and every style that you decide to wear it with.
Tulsi is considered the most sacred of the woods used in Indian worship and the Tulsi plant is believed to be an incarnation of the Divine. Tulsi is reported to possess remarkable physical and spiritual healing properties and helps to improve devotion and love in the heart. The tulsi mala is used for worshipping Ram, Krishna and especially Vishnu who we are told is the creator and beloved of the Tulsi plant. Made in India with traditional knots between beads.
Japa Mala of small sized five Mukhi beads of size 10 mm knotted in thread in traditional style with tassel.
The five faced (Mukhi) Rudrakshaa beads in this mala represents Lord Shiva, the symbol of auspiciousness, and brings the wearer inner peace, knowledge, power and enlightenment. The five Mukhi Rudrakshaa is said to also regulate blood pressure, help with cardiac ailments and to affect all of the 7 Chakras.