What are Mala Beads?

Mala is a Sanskrit word, meaning garland. They are traditional prayer beads which have been worn for thousands of years in Buddhism, Hinduism and Yoga.

Why 108?

108 is a sacred and spiritual number found in so many ancient and modern realms, like the ancient Upanishads, our chakra system, Buddhism and more...

      How to you Choose a Mala?

      Use your intuition! It truly is our best guide, you will be drawn to a certain stone, look and/or feel. This will be the Mala for you.

      What are they made with?

      Our products with Semi-Precious gemstones, rudraksha (said rud-ruck-sha) and Rudrani seeds. Our Mala Makers also pride themselves on their sustainable, ethical and fair trade practices. 

      Where are they made?

      Our pieces are lovingly handcrafted and blessed in Bali by our family of Mala Makers at Aum Rudraksha Designs.

      Who are we?

      We are a small passionate and multi talented team. We love what we do, we love our community, and we love to share lots of inspiration and have a good laugh along the way… we also believe everyone can benefit from wearing these beautiful pieces. This really is "jewellery for your soul"


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