Chakra jewellery to keep your stress at bay
July 22, 2020
Mental health issues have always been around us, but either we are least bothered or sceptical to share someone as people stigmatize the victims. Though, with time, many are coming out of their experiences.
Here's why you need to wear a birthstone
July 20, 2020
Your birthstone could very well bring you luck, restoration and comfort. It's one of those secret reasons you subconsciously feel whole and protected.
Evolution: Asia Yoga Conference 2017
June 19, 2017
After a long wait of two years, AYC was back again in 2017. I was already looking forward to it from January itself. In fact I think already in Dec 2016 I was sending out emails enquiring about the exhibitor application dates.
Being Grateful – 2014 Gratitude Diary
November 28, 2014
As the days slowly pass to come closer to the end of 2014- one starts to think of the past year and everything that has happened- its upward facing dogs and its downward facing dogs.
October 02, 2014
It’s the 2nd of October and a National holiday here in India. It is Gandhi’s birthday. Gandhi was a big proponent of non-violence, known as an ethical morale called Ahimsa in India.
Behind the Scenes: New range ideas September 2014
September 19, 2014
Hard at work here in the Maha Mala office brainstorming some new range ideas. After the Hong Kong yoga festival this year (which by the way was fantastic! Thank you all you Asian Yogi’s for welcoming us once again!) we got some excellent feedback that people wanted a finer jewelry range as well as more bracelets.
Love Yoga Anatomy Mala Give-away
April 20, 2014
We are excited to partner up with Stuart from Love Yoga Anatomy to be able to offer you a chance to win this exquisite 108 bead mala made from Tourmaline and Labradorite! It is long and chunky- fits men and women!
Sourcing our Rudraksha Seeds
November 13, 2013
Many of you have never been to India, perhaps it is a life long dream, or a thought that maybe one day you will head here to explore, discover, love, hate and be overwhelmed by the sights, sounds and smells that is this beautifully chaotic country.
November 06, 2013
Birthstones were first introduced in the 15th Century- each stone represents certain qualities that are linked to the months in the Gregorian calendar. Throughout the ages certain stones have changed or been substituted.