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Mala Japa Counter

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It takes us away from the chaos of daily life, calms the mind and reduces stress and anxiety

Radhika Sharma

Helped me in gaining calmness in my body and stopped overthinking for the the next instead focusing now

Kriya Patel

offers a taste of blissful, eternal life beyond birth and death

Priya Gunga


Rules for mala

  1. Avoid the ten offenses to Sri Nama Prabhu.

  2. Daily chant the same fixed number of malas. After vowing to chant a certain number of rounds daily one must chant every day without fail, and not chant less than that.

  3. Chant on 108 tulasi beads mala.

  4. Beads should be ROUND in shape. The mala should be arranged in order from the biggest bead to the smallest. (Hari Bhakti Vilasa17.89)

  5. One should not chant with unclean hands, or in an impure state e.g. without bathing, dirty cloth or in bed. (Hari Bhakti Vilasa 17.132, 137)

  6. One must not chant japa while talking, lying down, walking or yawning.

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