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Discover the Tradition of 108 Yak Bone Mala

Discover the Tradition of 108 Yak Bone Mala

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108 Mala Beads made from Tibetan Yak bone are significant in Tibetan culture because the Yak is considered a sacred animal in the region. Yak bone is believed to possess powerful energy and is often used in traditional Tibetan jewelry and ritual objects.
Traditionally, Tibetans make beads from yak bone by first cleaning and drying the bone. They then use a drill or a small hand-held lathe to create a hole through the center of the bone. Once the hole is drilled, the bone is then sanded and polished to create a smooth surface.   

· Beads Material: Yak Bone
· Main Bead: Old Yak Bone
· Hand braided Tassel: Cotton
· Count: 108 Mala Beads
· Process: Handmade (Up to five days)
· Package: Eco envelop

Yak bone has the old honey waxy texture and years of traces of embellishment with a little delicate bone grain.


Beewax Bead

Wood Material

Non Elastic Rope

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