Lord Shiva Rosary
I created this unique and meaningful rosary designs in honor of Lord Shiva. Express your faith and devotion with this handmade rosary, it's a very powerful piece and a true gift for yourself or someone special.
Beautiful 57x37mm pendant with an image of Lord Shiva adorned with blue; white; green or pink rhinestones (see options)
This piece has approximately 22 inches long.
Materials: Rhinestones; Tibetan Silver & beads
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♥ Your Package includes: Jewelry Box; Lord Shiva Prayer; Gift Bag; Personalized Message Available ♥
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Note: This is not a Hindu Rosary, it´s a piece of art that I created in honor to Lord Shiva.
More about Hindu Rosary:
The ideal Hindu rosary has fifty beads, which corresponds with the number of characters in the Sanskrit alphabet, starting with a and ending with ksha. These two letters, combined with mala, form the word akshamala, which means "rosary." In Sanskrit, aksha also means grain, seed, or nut—of which many rosaries are made—and mala means a string of beads, garland, or necklace. Reciting or repeating the rosary is called in Hindi mala japna (S: japa, the mental or oral repetition of a prayer [mantra] accompanied by meditation); and consequently, a rosary is also called a japamala.
In actuality, the total number of rosary beads may vary among different Hindu sects. For instance, Shaivites often use 32, or double that—64. A common Vaishnavite rosary has 108 beads. There are many other variants.
The Hindu rosary is used as an aid to meditation, to keep the mind from wandering in order to make it concentrate, without distractions, on the meaning of the prayer being recited. Recitation is usually murmured, or silent. Normally when saying the rosary, a Hindu will repeat the name of his or her self-selected deity (ishtadevata). It also may be the mantra that was whispered to a boy by his guru on the day he was initiated into his caste and invested with the sacred thread; thereafter, it is forever kept a secret. The receiver is regarded as the disciple of that guru, who is more revered than a Brahman priest. The guru guides him in all religious and spiritual matters for the rest of his life. The phrase, name, or sound (the latter termed a seed [bija] syllable), is repeated 108 times daily, keeping count with the rosary.. Please note This Rosary its handmade by hands that love to create and use their work to inspire people.
Please note that handmade products can vary slightly in appearance. I think that it is great because make it uniques and I hope that you feel the same.
. The charms are not waterproof.