Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare
- O Lord, O energy of the Lord, please engage me in your devotional service
This mantra attracts both the male and female divine energy, giving transcendental consciousness – a higher understanding to this life, sense, mind and intelligence.
We invoke Lord Krishna to bless us, to protect us and guide us to live fulfilled lives with truth, love compassion, devotion, righteousness and duty.
Meaning of the syllables:
- Hare – The divine absolute female energy
- Krishna – The divine absolute male energy
- Rama – The reservoir of all spiritual transcendence
Tulsi: A sacred wood made from the seeds of the holy tulsi (basil) plant, it is known to have incredible spiritual and physical healing powers representing the incarnation of the divine itself. It enhances one's concentration to prayer and intensifies protection and focus to the wearer.
Sacred woods work as filters and regulators. They will not give you something that you do not already have, but will help you tune into the innate wisdom, love and strength that is already inside of you.
Our tulsi beads are natural and authentically sourced. Each bead flows gracefully from one to the next. The beads are individually hand knotted to provide strength and longevity to the mala. Both the thread and tassel are made of soft cotton, to help extend the life of your mala. This delicate mantra bar is created entirely from sterling silver, making it hypoallergenic and kind to sensitive skin. This element acts as a reminder for self-observation and self-love. Please note that our images are not to scale and each tulsi bead will vary slightly in size, shape and colour. Please also check the dimensions below for product size. Each mala is carefully hand wrapped and presented in a pouch.
103 beads at 6mm each.
Sterling silver mantra bar replaces five tulsi beads— turn it over five times in meditation.
Hangs at 49cm including tassel. Length is approximate as each mala is unique.
This mala has been handcrafted by a fair trade yogi artisan in a rural village in North India who was provided with fair wages and a safe and supportive working environment.