Panchamukhi Rudraksha Beads Mala (Consecrated)
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• Rudraksha offered by Isha Yoga Center is carefully selected and checked for their quality and authenticity. Additionally, they all receive a special process of consecration by Sadhguru.
• Assisting the spiritual seeker in many ways, Rudraksha malas are potent aids for one's physical, mental well-being and one's spiritual sadhana (spiritual practice). Read Why wear a Rudraksha to learn more.
Read The Rudraksha Guide to learn more about Rudrakshas.
Sadhguru looks at the various types of these beads and their benefits. Read full article here.
This Panchmukhi Mala assists one's spiritual growth. Rudraksha, the most celebrated esoteric accessory of spiritual seekers, has been used extensively since time immemorial. Botanically known as Eliocarpus Ganitrus, Rudraksha are the dried seeds of a tree which grows in select locations of South-East Asia, predominantly in the upper Himalayan mountain. These are five-faced Rudraksha which can be worn by anyone above 12 years of age.
Approximate Open Length of mala (Length may vary depending on the size of each bead)
22 inches to 23 inches, size of beads 5 mm
23 inches to 24 inches, size of beads 5.5m
24 inches to 25 inches, size of beads 6 mm
25 inches to 26 inches, size of beads 6.5mm
26 inches to 27 inches, size of beads 7 mm
27 inches to 29 inches, size of beads 7.5mm
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:You must notify IshaLife of any damaged/cracked beads within 1 day of receipt. After wearing the mala for some time it is not uncommon for a bead to become cracked. Remove any damaged beads. The minimum bead count in order to wear a mala is 85. Replacement beads are sold separately.
Consecrated items such as Rudraksha beads and malas are not returnable.
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