Tulsi Japa Mala
Tulsi plant is considered to be one of the sacred plants in Hinduism whose benefits are wide ranging from medicinal to spiritual , used extensively in rituals or religious sacraments in one or the other form. Original Tulsi Japa Mala (Holy Basil Rosary) is considered to be auspicious for the wearer and have been widely used in different sects especially in Vaishnavism for Japam/chanting and wearing around neck which is also called as Kanthi.
It is also believed that wearer stands protected against evil spirit and blessing of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi is received. It is believed that use of Original Tulsi mala/rosary or some how Tulsi is going to bestow one with serenity, peace, unwavering mind and abundance of satwa guna.
Wearing the Tulsi mala, around neck or around wrist, wearer may feel protected and focused and is actually can be called a remedy to one to deal with the stress of modern life and hyper chaotic environment. This mala is widely used to chant Mahamantra of Lord Krishna.
The Tulsi Japa Mala or a rosary made from the holy basil plant, is a nice looking, elegant to wear and used for chanting to attain spiritual elevation and coming close to God Lord Vishnu and His avatars Lord Rama and Lord Krishna. It purifies the body, mind and senses, enhances concentration and helps reduce stress of the wearer.
Tulsi mala available in various shapes and size as per the purpose like for chanting or wearing around. Natural Tulsi wood beads in cylindrical shape, makes an ideal mala to wear. Chanting rosary is available with 108+1 beads with intact sumeru. The other one is called Kanthi and is use to wear around neck with metal joining screw in the end.
These malas are smooth finish and uniform size is also comfortable for chanting mantras or wearing. Tulsi mala is considered as the ideal mala for worshipping and chanting mantras of Lord Krishna, Vishnu and Ram however is also to do chanting of other planetary mantras as well. According to Ayurveda, it is very useful for curing throat diseases.
No. of beads: 108+1
Length: Starts 12 inches (36 cm) approx
Circumference: Starts from 18 inches approx
Diameter of beads: starts from 4 mm approx.
Disclaimer: Product colour may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your monitor settings Note: The image has been enlarged for better viewing Keep it away from perfume, sprays and water Care: This Original Tulsi bead is brittle, handle with care Instruction: If you put Tulsi Beads in water the colour will change Descriptions for products are taken from scripture, written and oral tradition.