White Tara Large Mala BagWhite Tara Large Mala BagWhite Tara Large Mala Bag
White Tara Large Mala Bag
White Tara Large Mala Bag
White Tara Large Mala Bag
White Tara Large Mala Bag

White Tara Large Mala Bag

$9.60

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Use this passport style bag for larger sized malas or for carrying multiple malas. These colorful bags have two zippered compartments with a shoulder strap and a woven Bhutanese cotton backing. Handmade in satin brocade in Nepal, so patterns and bag sizes may vary slightly.

Approximate Size: 6″x 8″

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Did you know?

The index finger represents the ego and this finger should not be used while chanting with a mala. The thumb is the traditional finger used to count mala beads.


Check out our Mala Bead Info page to learn more facintating facts about mala beads, japa meditation and Sanskrit mantras.