Red Inlaid Yak Bone Prayer Mala

7.75$

  • Materials: Yak bone
  • Bead Size: 8 mm each
  • Length: 18 inch
  • Inlaid with Brass, copper, and stones  on each bead
  • Bead number: 108
  • Black string with a fixed knot
  • Handmade in Nepal.
Red Inlaid Yak Bone Prayer Mala 7.75$

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Buy the best Red Inlaid Yak Bone Prayer Mala at Nirvana Mala

Red is one of those colors that can mean two diametrically opposite things. On the one hand, it means anger and wrath, while on the side, the red color also represents preservation and love. In Tibetan culture and Buddhism, red signifies force and protection- the best of both worlds. This trait of color red essentially makes this a perfect color for bone- which also shares two diametrically opposite meanings.

Bones carry the meaning of death; however, in Buddhism, death is not bad but rather a freedom of sorts. Bones signify leaving your material body behind with all your knowledge in your remains, i.e., bones. With Red Inlaid Yak Bone Prayer mala, you get the best of the color of red and bones as you turn all your delusion into wisdom.

Benefits Red Inlaid Yak Bone Prayer Mala

It is a well-held belief in Tibetan culture that meditating with red color will turn all your delusions into wisdom. When you pair this with all the accumulated knowledge and understanding inlaid in bones, you can turn all your fantasies into wisdom and see behind the veil obstructed by reality. You can also gain a slight boost to your body’s natural healing and mentality.

Buy the best Red Inlaid Yak Bone Prayer mala from one of the best wholesalers of beaded wrist mala in Nepal, Nirvana Mala, and feel the protection and love of the red.

Additional information

Weight 66 g
Dimensions 10 × 5 × 10 cm
Symbols

Mala Beads

Knot Type

Fixed

Mateial

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