A great mala crafted from disc shaped coconut shell beads. Coconut shell has been used as a material for mala beads for hundreds of years in Tibet and they are normally disc shaped. Each bead displays dark naturally occuring streaks.
In Indian culture Nariyal or Copra (Coconut) is a symbol of good luck and prosperity and also represents Ganesh or Ganapati, the deity who helps to clear away all obstacles.
108 beads plus the guru bead.
Strung on strong braided cord.
Bead size: approx 12 mm diameter and 6 mm width.
Sourced in Nepal.