Tulsi Mala
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Tulsi Mala | Kanthi Mala | Prayer Beads | 108+1 Beads

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Tulsi Mala is often referred to as Japa Mala as it is one of the most preferred mala or prayer beads for Japa. According to Garuda Purana (One of the 18 Puranas of Hinduism), Tulsi is very close to Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna. So the devotees of Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna wear Tulsi mala.

Benefits of wearing Tulsi Mala

  1. Tulsi has been known for its ayurvedic properties and it’s beneficial for cold, flu, asthma, and other throat ailments.
  2. Tulsi prayer beads are said to purify the soul and mind of an individual
  3. Tulsi beads are healthy for the skin 
  4. Tulsi rosary helps to increase concentration.
  5. It helps in the prevention of kidney problems.
  6. It produces electromagnetic waves which increase blood circulation in the body.

Tulsi Prayer Beads for Japa

For the purpose of Japa, Tulsi mala consists of 108+1 beads. According to ancient Yogis and Rishis, The diameter of the Sun is 108 times the diameter of the Earth. That is why we have 108 beads in a mala. According to Ayurveda, our body has 108 marma points (vital points of life forces). So, this is why all mantras are chanted 108 times because each chant represents a journey from our material self towards our highest divine self. Each chant is believed to bring one 1 unit closer to the divine within.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How to identify the original Tulsi mala?

To identify the real tulsi mala, place the mala in water for about 30 minutes. If the mala does not leave its colour, then the mala is real. If it starts leaving colour, then it is fake.

2. How to make Tulsi mala at home?

Tulsi mala beads are made from the wood of the tulsi plants. The parts of the plant like roots and twigs are dried under the sun. The dried wood is cut and moulded into a round shape. Then they are drilled to put a thread through the beads. They are also cleaned and properly assembled to ensure their durability. A complete tulsi bead mala contains 108+1 beads.

3. What is Tulsi mala?

Tulsi mala is used as meditation beads and is best known for chanting the names of Lord Ram, Krishna, and Vishnu. It is also used to chant mantras for pacifying planetary positions. Tulsi mala promotes purity and restores the balance of the mind and body. Wearing the mala puts pressure on several key points in the body, helping to relieve mental stress.

4. How to wear Tulsi mala?

One may offer the Tulsi mala at Lord Sri Krishna or Vishnu’s feet and chant a few rounds of the Hare Krishna Maha-mantra. Tulsi mala may be worn in one, two, or three strands. Three strands show surrender to god. Anyone can wear three strands if they follow the disciplinary rules.

Read more about - the rules of wearing Tulsi mala.

4. How is Tulsi mala made?

Tulsi mala is made from the wood of the tulsi plants. The parts of the plant like roots, stems, and twigs are dried under the sun. The dried wood is cut and moulded into a round shape. Then they are drilled to put a thread through the beads. They are also cleaned and properly assembled to ensure their durability. A complete tulsi bead mala contains 108+1 beads.

5. How to clean Tulsi mala?

To clean the Tulsi mala, soak the mala in warm water. Use mild soap if necessary. Then leave it to fully dry in a pure, sacred space. You may hang it in a separate mala rack where you hang all the Japa Malas, and mala bags or near the Tulsi plants.

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Amelia Gibson
The best malas

The malas I received are authentic. It was also delivered on time.

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Amelia Gibson
The best malas

The malas I received are authentic. It was also delivered on time.