Carved Yak Bone Japa Mala

$ 18.86



The Carved Yak Bone Japa Mala is a unique and spiritually significant piece of prayer jewelry. Crafted using yak bone beads, this mala holds deep symbolism and is associated with strength, protection, and spiritual connection.

Yak bone has been used for centuries in spiritual practices and rituals. It is believed to carry the essence of the powerful and sacred animal, the yak. Yak bone is revered for its strength and durability, making it an ideal material for prayer beads.

The Carved Yak Bone Japa Mala consists of 108 beads, although variations in bead counts can be found. Each yak bone bead is intricately carved and often displays symbolic patterns or designs. The carving process is done by skilled artisans, giving each bead a unique and artistic appearance.

Using this mala for japa, the repetition of sacred mantras allows for a deeper connection to the spiritual qualities represented by the yak bone. It serves as a powerful tool to focus the mind, invoke strength and protection, and enhance spiritual awareness.

Wearing or using the Carved Yak Bone Japa Mala encourages individuals to embrace the qualities of strength, protection, and spiritual connection. It serves as a reminder to cultivate inner resilience, honor sacred traditions, and seek guidance and wisdom on their spiritual path.

Whether used for personal meditation or as a meaningful gift, this mala embodies the beauty, symbolism, and spirituality of yak bone. It invites individuals to embark on a journey of self-discovery, strength, and spiritual growth while honoring the sacredness and power of the yak.

After we depart from the mundane sphere of existence and enter the spiritual realm, only bones are left. As a result, all of the knowledge and lessons about life and the afterlife are preserved in bones. Therefore, unlike the rest, bones have a profoundly positive meaning in Buddhism.

Bones are an essential accessory material in Buddhism because they serve as a constant reminder of our transience. Our bones contain all of our knowledge and experience because we live with flesh and die with bones. You gently assimilate this accumulated information by wearing wrist malas made of bones and beaded malas via a peaceful mind that can see past the surface of existence.

Additional Information


75 g


10 × 5 × 10 cm


Carved Yak

Knot Type



  • Materials:  Yak bone
  • Bead size: 8 mm each
  • Bead number: 108
  • Length: 21 inch
  • Brown string with  a sliding knot
  • Handmade in Nepal.