Brass Om and Nangka Wood Wrist Mala
What is Nangka wood?
The wood used in this beautiful Brass Om and Nangka wood wrist mala is one of the types of woods typically used for malas. Nangka wood is from the Jackfruit tree, native to Southeast Asia. The heartwood is used by Buddhist monastics in Southeast Asia as a dye, giving the robes of the monks in those traditions their distinctive golden-brown color.
What is a wrist mala?
A mala, commonly refereed to as "mala beads" is a type of bracelet or necklace often popular with people interested in healthy living, meditation and spirituality. It is most associated with Buddhism, Hinduism and Sikhism. Malas are commonly worn as physical reminders of positive intentions.
- 8mm Nangka Wood beads,
- Brass Open Om charm,
- Brass Accent beads,
- Quality latex free stretch cord
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