Tiger eye Buddhist Japa Mala with OM and metal separators
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Japa Mala of natural tiger eye stone with OM charm and metal spacers.
Japa Mala is a kind of rosary used by Buddhist traditions for intonation of mantras and to facilitate meditation.
This tiger eye Japa Mala is made with 108 natural stone beads in addition to the Guru's account that symbolizes the beginning and the end of the Japa Mala and is the largest ball.
The tiger eye beads are separated by three metal beads, which facilitates the intonation sequence of the mantras.
At the end of the composition there is a tassel of satin threads from which hangs a metallic pendant with the OM symbol.
You can buy this Buddhist Japa Mala beads in two sizes and its measures are:
- 6 mm beads, with a weight of about 35 g and a total length of 62 cm approx. Without the tassel.
- 8 mm beads, with a weight of about 75 gr and a total length of 80 cm approx. Without the tassel.
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