Tulsi wood, which is in the family of basil, is the most sacred of all wood in the Hindu tradition. It is worshiped in Indian temples as a living goddess. One Hindu legend relates that Vishnu spawned Tulsi from the turbulent seas in order to help all mankind. Black Tulsi is known as very sacred beads and rare one. The Tulsi Mala is made of Tulsi wood and consists of 54 beads wound around a strong string, with a 55th bead called the Sumeru bead of some other material like a metal or crystal, or a bigger Tulsi bead itself. One starts counting the beads from the bead adjacent to the Sumeru bead of the Tulsi Mala and completes one full round. On second round the Tulsi Mala needs to be counted in the reverse direction again as the Sumeru bead should not be crossed while praying. Depending on the type of the Tulsi plant, the Tulsi Mala is available in various colors like black, brown or sandalwood color. The Tulsi Mala can be worn on the neck or tied around the fist. The benefits of the leaves of Tulsi is well proven, and owing to its spiritual and physical healing powers, the touch of the Tulsi wood acts as a rejuvenator for the stressed mind and brings the spiritual self of a person closer to God. On top of that, wearing the Tulsi Mala is supposed to bring good luck and fortune to the devoted wearer. It is said to balance the kapha and the vata dosha. Tulsi clears the aura, and its subtle smell fills the heart with sensation of the divine. The Tulsi Mala is used to worship Lord Ram and Krishna, different incarnations of Lord Vishnu who is believed to be the creator and the beloved of the Tulsi and used for all japs and wearing it. This black tulsi mala is made up of black beads. This rare black tulsi mala is in silver capping gives a divine feeling to the prayerer. Design : Mala made of 54 + 1 beads in thread with knots between the beads. Premium grade white tulsi beads are used. It is excellent for Japa. It may be worn twice around the neck.
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