Buddhist ‘Mala’ prayer necklace consisting of 3-eyed agate ‘dzis’ and a big Chung Dzi.
Acquired during my travels in Asia.
The Mala accompanies followers of Buddhism in their prayers and is used to count the recitation of mantras.
In Buddhism, the mala is held with the left hand, and the beads are rolled with the index and thumb of the right hand. This gesture symbolizes the release of suffering and the load of bodies with positive energy.
3-eyed Dzis represent the three lucky stars: happiness, honour, and longevity. It is the bead of wealth and health.
Length: approximately 81 cm (including extension).
Extension with main Dzi: length: 9.5 cm.
Main ‘Chung Dzi’: 5.6 x 1.4 cm.
3-eyed Dzi: 1.5 x 1.3 cm and 6 mm in diameter.
Weight: 72.1 g.
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- Dzi: Chung Dzi en 9 ogen
- Ontwerper / Kunstenaar
- Collier bouddhiste de prière "mala" du Tibet
- Geschatte periode
- Na 2000
- Land van herkomst
- Als nieuw - ongebruikt
- 72,1 g