Jaapa Mala is a rosary used for japa (chanting of mantra) practice. In general, the material of Murti (idols) in temples is known as Jaapa Mala. Jaapa Mala is a rosary (or praying beads) used by sādhus, Hindu monks, to keep count while reciting or chanting mantras or names of god or deities. Jaapa means “to chant” or “to recite routinely” in Sanskrit.
Rudraksha japa mala is one of the most auspicious instruments to meditate upon Lord Shiva and any other God/Goddess. It helps in getting benefits from meditation. Yes, you can wear Rudraksha japa mala.
How to use Rudraksha Japa Mala?
A Rudraksha Japa Mala is a string of beads traditionally used for japa meditation and chanting the names of God. The beads are made from Rudraksha (or rudrakshi), a tree berry that grows in the foothills of the Himalayas, or from coconut shell or Tulsi seeds.
How do I activate japa mala?
You have to perform puja and chant mantras. Do this for 108 times, wearing the japa mala, then wear it around your neck and let it be activated.
Which type of japa is best?
Japa, a type of mantra repetition practiced in many religions, is a term for "mental worship" and for the devotional chanting of God's name as a part of one's spiritual practice. The phrase itself can be translated as repetition or solemn affirmation; japa has many meanings according to context in the Hindu tradition.
Which mantra is good for japa?
There are two mantras that are good for japa: Om Namah Shivaya and Sri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram.