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Fresh Water Pearl Mala Necklace

Malas by Soleil Satnam.

Malas are known as "heavenly garlands" and are traditionally used in ancient Buddhist and Hindu practices. They have 108 beads for meditations, prayers, and mantras. The final bead, known as the 109th bead, represents the student-guru relationship, the relationship to god, or all ancestral teachers.

Pearls signify faith, charity, and purity. Pearls also symbolize wisdom gained through experience.

108 beads, 15" long (without tassel), Middle bead is crystal.

Hand-knotted.  Designed and crafted in USA.

$155.00

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