Rudraksha is believed to have originated from Lord Shiva’s tears. A sacred seed found within the vibrant blue fruit of the evergreen Elaeocarpus ganitrus, Rudraksha is indigenous to the Himalayas. Rare and precious, spiritually worn and used for meditation and Japa Mantra, it encourages deep meditative states that connect you to your inner guides and create an aura protection of your own energy against negativity.

Each mala has been named after the different historical names of Lord Shiva.

Malachite: A powerful stone, stimulating intense inner transformation.

Amazonite: Soothing and calming, a source for confidence, communication, creativity and space.

Rose Quartz: The stone of unconditional love. Attracts love and all things connected to love in all types of relationships.

Moss Agate: A stone for new beginnings. A stabilising stone strongly connected to nature.

Garnet: A powerful energy and Chakra cleansing stone that inspires physical love and devotion..

Rudraksha: The tear drop of Shiva - a sacred seed providing inner calm and peace. A source of powerful vibrational energy protecting against negative influences.

Gemstones work as filters and regulators. They will not give you something that you do not already have, but will help you tune into the innate wisdom, love and strength that is already inside of you.

Our crystals are natural and authentically sourced. Each bead flows gracefully from one to the next. The beads are individually hand knotted to provide strength and longevity to the mala. Both the thread and tassel are made of soft cotton, to help extend the life of your mala. Please note that our images are not to scale and each crystal will vary slightly in size, shape and colour. Please also check the dimensions below for product size. Each mala is carefully hand wrapped and presented in a pouch together with a card description of the crystals.

108 beads at 6mm each.
Hangs at 50cm including tassel. Length is approximate as each mala is unique.

Fair Trade
This mala has been handcrafted by a fair trade yogi artisan in a rural village in North India who was provided with fair wages and a safe and supportive working environment.