This mala is named after Adi Shankaracharya who was born in the 8th Century, Shankaracharya is honored as a leading thinker, religious reformer and poet. He was an advocate, some say the creator, of Advaita Vedanta- the Non-Dual form of the ancient philosophy of Vedanta that spread in India during the Upanishadic period.
Orange Aventurine: Creativity, Energy and Positivity. 1st and 2nd Chakras
Citrine: Manifestation, Clarity and Creativity. 1st and 2nd Chakras
Tiger Eye: Wealth, Luck and Will Power. 1st and 3rd Chakra
Rudraksha Seed: Traditional Indian seed said to have metaphysical benefits such a relieving tension and giving clarity to voice.
108 bead mala strung on nylon coated steel wire with a 92.5 silver Shiva's Trident pendant and an ahimsa silk tassel.
Silver: 92.5, Stone size: 8.5mm