These rudraksha mallah beads have been ethically sourced from Nepal.
The 'Rudraksha' bead is a seed produced from the Elaeocarpus ganitrus tree, believed to have healing powers and valued similarly to semi precious stones.
Usually the beads of Rudraksha are strung together as a traditional mala and it is believed that the number of beads used should be 108 plus one.
The extra bead is the bindu.
There must always be a bindu to the mala, otherwise the energy becomes cyclical and the bearer becomes uneasy.
Ther beads are finished with knots between the beads and a red tassel.
These would make a great gift for someone!
Please note the beads you receive could vary - if this may be a problem, please feel free to message us before you make your purchase to see what colour we have in stock.