ROSARIES (JAPA MALAS)

We offer Japa Malas including Rudraksha Sphatik Mala, Amethyst mala, Moti (pearl) mala, Navgraha mala, Rose Quartz Mala, Chandan Mala, Parad Mala. Rudra Puja is one of the most distinguished wholesalers of various Japa Malas, with sizes ranging from 4mm to 15mm big beads. We are one of the leading Pearl Mala Suppliers In India.

Chanting a mantra with or without a counting device is known as Japa. It is common among the followers of all religions including Jews, Christians, Hindus, Muslims, and Zoroastrians, as a powerful means to control the mind. It is believed that an idle mind is the devil’s workshop, and they accomplish practical work on themselves by doing prayers or japa, often with a rosary.

Types Of Mala Beads:
Mala, the counting device for Japa, is generally made of 108 beads. Following are the possible Japa Malas used:

  • Tulsi Mala – It is best for believers of Lord Vishnu, Ram, Krishna or Hanuman.
  • Rudraksha Mala – It is best for believers in Lord Shiva and Shakti.
  • Sandalwood Mala – It is commonly used for different purposes.
  • Lotus Mala – It is used for Maran, Uchchatan and Vidweshan Karmas.
  • Pearl Mala - For Shanti karma, Pearl Mala is very effective.
  • Coral Mala – Coral Mala is good for worship and Japa is done to attain wealth.


Japa Can Be Done:

  • With a mantra (with or without om at the beginning and end)
  • With the name of a diety
  • With Bijas or Bija Mantras (bija = seed)
  • Aloud
  • Silently


Using A Mala:
In doing Japa with a mala, one should follow these guidelines:

  1. The mala should be in the right hand.
  2. The index finger and the little finger should not touch the beads.
  3. The beads should be held by the middle finger and the ring finger and should be turned with the help of thumb.
  4. There is always an extra bead hanging outside the row of beads, whose total number is usually 108. This 109th bead is called Sumeru.
  5. The aspirant should start the mala at the first bead next to sumeru and should end on the last bead before sumeru.

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