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Tibetan mala is a string of prayer Mysor Sandalwood beads for spiritual practice. They are similar to other forms of prayer beads used in various world religions and sometimes referred to in English as a "rosary", reflecting similarities to Christian practices. The main body of a mala is usually 108 beads, though other numbers are also used. In addition, there is often a 109th bead (often of a distinctive size or colour) and/or tassel and sometimes there are additional beads which may be decorative or used for counting rounds. A mala is used to keep count while reciting, chanting, or meditation.


Michelle Brusasco with Buddhism back round and for the love of spiritual and beauty, she created a Tibetan Mala/ Shamballa 108 Mysore Sandalwood beads necklace or can be wrap around your wrists. By adding on pave diamonds beads as makers beads, Beautiful red tassel, solid 18k gold Eight auspicious symbols pendant and solid 18K gold Buddha pendant to perfection her idea of Beauty exists in the most humble, spiritual and unexpected way.


18K solid gold Buddha pendant.

Solid 18K gold Eight auspicious symbols pendant.

Gold and diamond jump ring.

108 old Mysore sandalwood beads size 8mm.

15 mm Guru Buddha bead.

12mm maker Buddha bead.

Red tassel.

4 of 8mm pavé diamonds round beads as a divine/ space, maker beads.

Approximately 35 inches length.


*** To refresh yours dried out beads If you find them losing their smell, put them in a ziplock bag with a few drop of real sandalwood essential oil, zipped up overnight, their scent should be restored.

Tibetan Mala Shamballa necklace

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