Beads : 10 to 10,5 mm in diameter
Total length : 110 cm
Strung on a braid of black and blue filaments.
This mala is made of seeds called "choloques" by the Shipibos Indians of Peru, who use them to make jewellry and ornaments.
These seeds come from the fruit of a tree of the family of sapindaces, the same family of trees from which the "soapberry" comes. They are solid but quite light.
Traditionally, they are said to bring luck to the person to whom they are offered.
The seeds which compose this mala have been rigorously selected for their round form, uniform dimensions and their marvelous satiny look.
For the head stone of this mala, we have used a 5 parts Rudraksa (5 mukhi rudraksa). It symbolyze the five Pandava. The list of benefits is very long, but we can memorize that the pratictionner, wearer of the 5 mukhi rudraksa will become extraordinary in all field of intelligence, strenght, buisness, money, devotion...
The 5 muki rudraksa controls the five elements.