"Japa" is the ancient practice of chanting a mantra over and over again to achieve a meditative state. Traditionally, strings of 108 beads are used to keep track of these repetitions, these are known as japamala beads.
We carry malas made of semi-precious stones, seeds and different varieties of wood.
Many people like to wear them around their neck or wrist as a daily reminder of this spiritual practice or as a good luck talisman.
Rudraksha In Hinduism, the seeds of the Rudraksha tree are the earthy manifestation of the tears of Shiva, shed as he looked upon the suffering on Earth from Mount Kailash.