Jigida JuJu: Vinyl Record Beads, Rudraksha, and African Brass Bells
"Mala" is a Sanskrit word meaning "garland." Traditionally, Malas are used in meditation to count the number of times a mantra is repeated, and they are frequently worn throughout the day, to help the wearer carry the energy of the meditation. This festive beauty is a combination of Indian and African beads, a bridging of 2 cultures.
Made of Rudraksha, vintage African Vinyl Record Beads (called "Jigida Beads" natively, hence the name of this bracelet), and 2 Vintage African brass bells. When the bells hit eachother, they make the most beautiful faint chime. This mala is a colorful take on an age-old concept. One of my personal favorites. Great for layering and stacking, reciting affirmations and mantras, and making your life more colorful!
7" long, strung on elastic chord, this mala will fit the average female wrist. Need it bigger or smaller? Just convo me!
The listing is for the a mala exactly like the one in the first 3 pictures; please see my other listings for more designs and layering possibilities.
A jewelry designer, yogi, spiritual seeker, and traveler, I love to combine the things that inspire and intrigue me. My WomanShopsWorld shop is full of many supplies, but sometimes I can't resist the urge to create some magic myself with the supplies that I offer for sale.
**As many of my products come from Nepal, a portion of my proceeds will be donated to the Unicef and Americares Nepali relief efforts. **
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