Aug. 12, 2014
-- Puja or rituals is known to protect a person throughout life. It is believed that a person following daily prayers is in direct connecting with the lord and is away from the severe mis-haps. According to the Indian tradition, the Puja is done in accordance with some rules using some specific kits. One such component of this kit is the Mala- a sequence of beads (generally 108+1) knotted in the thread in traditional style. The mantras are counted according to the eads in Mala and one round of Puja usually conducts 5- 10 malas. That means the name or mantra of Lord is recited- 108 X 5 times. That’s amazing, isn’t it? While selecting the Malas, one needs to be very peculiar about the purpose and other minute details. As logic is attached to every assertion, the same saying proves to be true, especially in the case of worship.
According to Sacreda, an online Puja store “the demand of these malas has increased in the recent past. Since we have started supplying these mala, we are observing an upsurge of online shopping o the Puja Items”.
There are types of Malas an individual can use during prayers. Haldi Mala is one of them. It is made of corms of Turmeric which is well thought-out as one of the most decontaminated herbs in Ayurveda. It is utilised for recital of Mantras during those spiritual and devotional ceremonies which are conducted to bring triumph when you are in danger because of some opponent. Turmeric Mala is specially used to conduct Anusthan (special prayers). It is also allied with fertility. It is considered auspicious for getting victory over enemies. It gives success in competitions and law suits, resolution of litigation and destroys enemies. It is a treatment of many diseases and is very much efficient to cure Jaundice. This rosary is particularly used for chanting the Mantra of Jupiter and Bagalamukhi. It frees from anxiety, tensions and depression and gives peace of mind.
Tulsi Mala is another sequence of specific bulbs of the sacred Tulsi wood. It is considered to be a part of the family of basil and is one of the most sacred and blessed of all wood in the Hindu tradition. This Mala is considered the Best for worshipping of Lord Ram, Vishnu and Krishna. According to Ayurveda, it is very helpful in the throat disease. This is the reason some people often wear this mala. It is also used for refinement of the Body and keeps it away from the ills of infections.