A Rudraksha Mala is a set of beads joined together by a string. It is used for the purpose of prayer. Malas are used for keeping count of the matras when reciting them. The most common Japa Mala in a Hindu or Buddhist religion is the count of 108 beads. The 109th bead is the bindu (stop) or the guru bead.
Japa Mala are made from many materials, but the most common material found in the Japa Mala is the Rudraksha mala as it is considered sacred by all devotees.
Our Malas are made with high quality Rudraksha beads which helps us attain spiritual upliftment and worldly benefits all in one.
Mangal Mala Rudraksha from one to 10 mukhi, Gaurishankar and Ganesh are used in this combination. With 10 mukhi as the lead bead, this mala offers protection against enmity, competition, black magic etc.
Siddha Mala Rudraksha mentioned in our scriptures, from one to 14 mukhis, Gaurishankar and Ganesh are used to make this extremely powerful and popular combination. A siddha mala is considered as one-stop solution for most of the general problems one encounters in day-to-day life like obstacles, stress, fear, legal issues and family problems.
Indrakshi or Indra mala rudraksha is the rarest of all malas, which can be made, acquiring all possible beads from nature. It has one to 21 mukhi, Gaurishankar and Ganesh beads. A trijuti is also added, if available, but is not compulsory . It is said that the wearer of indra mala can fulfill all of his/her desires – both materialistic and spiritual.