ROSARY NAVRATAN NINE GEMS MALA PRAYER STRING 54 beads – Thread
Product Code : ROS-S10
Product Condition : New
Country Origin : Thailand
HINDU NAVRATAN NINE GEMS MALA PRAYER STRING 54 beads
A navratan mala made of real semi-precious stones. It is composed of real naturally colored quartz, clear quartz, sweet-water pearls, adventurine and powdered coral. The guru bead is made of rudra . Each of the nine stones is repeated six times for a total of fifty-four beads plus one guru bead.
Navratan mala is made of 9 Semi-Precious Gem Stones where each stone is representing a planet of our solar system.
This mala has incredible astrological importance.
Wearing this mala neutralizes the malefic effects of different planets in one’s Birth Chart.
It is a known fact that the positions of planets keep on changing so does the dasa and mahadasas of the planets.
According to astrology the malefic effects of Planets can be balanced by the effect of beneficial planets when wearing Navaratna Jewelry.
The Gem stones and their Planetary Representations
Ruby (Manikkam or Manek): Sun
Pearl (Moti): Moon
Red Coral (Moonga): Mars
Emerald (Marakatam or Panna): Mercury
Yellow sapphire (Pukharaj): Jupiter
Diamond (Heera or Vairam): Venus
Blue sapphire (Neelam): Saturn
Hessonite (Gomedh): Rahu, the ascending lunar node
Cat’s eye (Vaiduryam): Ketu, the descending lunar node
How to wear Navaratna Mala or Necklace
Navaratna Ornaments can be worn by anyone and does not have any negative effects.
It suits everyone irrespective of Zodiac and can be worn even without the recommendation from an Astrologer.
It is believed that such an Ornament acts as a protective shied against various diseases and danger.
When only one astrological gemstone is worn, it tends to focus only on a particular planet or a specific problem.
But when navratnas are worn it brings the benefits of all the nine planetary gemstones simultaneously.
How to Care for your Mala
Malas become sacred objects to be treated with respect and taken care of.
They should not be left lying around carelessly, placed on the floor or stepped on, and should be cleaned with a damp cloth, or even soaked overnight in warm salt water and kept in good repair.
Rather, store your mala in pouch provided when not in use.