Jain Japa Mala in Red Jaspar (108+3 Beads)
Jain Japa Mala in Red Jaspar (108+3 Beads)
Jain Japa Mala in Red Jaspar (108+3 Beads)
Jain Japa Mala in Red Jaspar (108+3 Beads)
Jain Japa Mala in Red Jaspar (108+3 Beads)

Jain Japa Mala in Red Jaspar (108+3 Beads)


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108+3 Beads Red Jaspar Jain Jaap Mala

In Jainism, the significance of 108+3 beads in Jaap Mala is based on the concept of Jiva, Ajiva, and the Soul's journey to attain liberation. The number 108 symbolizes the 108 qualities that one must overcome in order to attain liberation. The additional 3 beads represent the three Jewels of Jainism: Right Faith (सम्यक दर्शन ), Right Knowledge ( सम्यक ज्ञान ) and Right Conduct ( सम्यक चरित्र )

Together, these beads serve as a tool for meditation and spiritual practice, helping practitioners to focus on their spiritual journey and the ultimate goal of liberation.

Using red jasper in a Jain Jaap Mala is valued for its grounding and protective qualities. Red jasper is believed to promote emotional stability, physical endurance, and balance, which can enhance meditation and spiritual practices. Its connection to the earth is thought to foster a sense of tranquility and wholeness, supporting Jain practitioners in their pursuit of spiritual clarity and discipline. and practices for keeping and maintaining a Jaap Mala in Jainism.

  • Respectful Handling: The Mala is considered a sacred object, and it should be treated with reverence and respect. When not in use, it is recommended to store the Mala in a clean and dedicated place, such as a pouch or a small bag.
  • Cleanliness: The Mala should be kept clean and free from dirt and impurities. It is advisable to clean the Mala periodically to maintain its purity.
  • Personal Use: It is preferable that each individual uses their own personal Mala for their spiritual practices. Sharing of Malas is uncommon, as it is believed that the Mala carries the energy and vibrations of the practitioner.
  • Avoiding Contamination: It is suggested to avoid touching the Mala with unwashed hands or while in an impure state (such as after using the restroom). This is to maintain the sanctity and purity of the Mala.
  • Blessings and Consecration: Some individuals may choose to have their Mala blessed or consecrated by a Jain Guru. This is believed to enhance the spiritual potency of the Mala.

Stone Size: 6mm Round
Mala/Necklace Size: 18 inch
No. of Stones: 108+3

Mala is made in traditional way with knots between the beads.

Hand knotted..3" tassel in end

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