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Tibetan Nomad Mala

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We had our favorite Tibetan mala maker create these gorgeous malas with spectacular coral pink bone beads with naga shell guru and spacers.  Two antique style counters make this one of the coolest malas we have ever made.  

The naga/conch shell represents the fame of the Buddha's teaching which spreads in all directions like the sound of the conch trumpet.  It is a symbol which fearlessly proclaims the truth of the dharma.

A note about bone beads:  Tibetan nomadic life is hard, and in the cold there is little to eat.  Water buffalo is a main staple in Nepal and Tibet and when an animal is used for food nothing is wasted.  These amazing bone beads are handmade by artisans who recycle and reuse everything in daily life and spiritual practice.

This 108 bead mala measures approximately 26 inches around.  Handmade in Nepal.

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08/10/2018
Terry Hamilton
Chicago

Beautiful

Love this mala. It truly is beautiful. And I love the feel and weight. This is my first bone mala and I couldn't have picked a better o one.

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03/26/2015
Ethan Boswell

Beautiful!

A wonderful mala. Large beads and with a comfortable heft, it moves well through the hand.

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09/04/2013
anonymous

a beautiful, powerful mala

this is one of the most beautiful malas I have ever used (including malas bought in India and Nepal). It has a heavy, weighted quality that makes it a pleasure to turn through the fingers

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