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6 mm, 5 mukhi Rudraksha Mala 108 +1

$8.00

SKU: RD6M5MRM

Number of beads: 108 beads + 1 Meru

Size of beads: 6mm

Mala Length: approx. 31cm

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Made from 108+1 beads of 5 Mukhi Rudraksha, this rosary helps in chanting mantras and meditation. It is believed to help maintain good health and well-being and keep the mind calm and composed.

  • A Japa Mala is made of 108+1 beads generally of 5 Mukhi Rudraksha.
  • The size of its beads is 6 mm.
  • This rosary is ideal for wearing around the neck as well as to chant mantras and meditate.
  • It is believed to help maintain good health and well-being and keep the mind calm and composed.
  • There are also spiritual benefits related to 5 Mukhi Rudraksha.

 

Benefits:-

This is an auspicious rosary to wear around the neck. Also, it helps in meditation purposes. It helps in controlling anxiety, depression and makes the person motivated and develop a positive personality.


How to Maintain Rudraksha:-

Rudraksha are powerful ancient beads believed to have originated from the tears of Lord Shiva worn by humans since time immemorial. They have a life span of hundreds of years if maintained properly, it can also be handed over through generations. The beads should be kept clean and free from deposits of sweat and talc, by washing them with plain water at regular intervals and cleaning them with a soft brush. If the beads appear to be dry then you can apply coconut, olive or mustard oil to protect the beads from dehydration.

 

How to use a Japa Mala

As per scriptures, one needs to begin from the Meru bead, complete the chant of 108 and reverse the mala and complete the next cycle of 108 chants. Ensure that while chanting one does not cross the Meru bead.

It is advisable to avoid sharing the Japa mala with others for chants (Japa).