Price: $ 250.00
This mala is named after Gorakshanatha, who is said to be the founder of Hatha Yoga, the yoga most popular today. He flourished in the 11th Century as the leader of a group of Yogis called Kanphata who still roam the Himalayas and other parts of Northern India. His image shows Shiva’s trident, hinting at the Shaivite background of Hatha Yoga, but also prayer beads around his neck and sometimes a book, that symbolize learning and concentration.
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108 bead mala strung on nylon coated steel wire with a 92.5 silver a Guru bead and an ahimsa silk tassel. It also has a silver pendant with the inscription 'OM Namha Shivaya' the mantra for Lord Shiva.
Silver: 92.5, Stone size: 8.5mm and 6.5mm
All Malas come in our Natural Cotton fabric pouches stitched and NGO, SEWING NEW FUTURES which provide training skills to underprivileged women.