Inlaid Yak Bone Prayer Mala

$ 18.72



Orange is the result of mixing the colors Red and Yellow. Red, the color of fire, stands for converting your illusion into knowledge. The earth's natural hue is yellow, which also stands for the transformation of pride into knowledge. You may feel the convergence of red and yellow energies supporting your meditation when you combine the benefits of red and yellow into a bone-beaded mala.

Yak bone is used to remind us of our impermanence, the reality that we will all die at some point, and to accept lives filled with kindness, service, and happiness (without the pursuit of pleasure) regardless of the positive or negative events in our lives.

 The Inlaid Yak Bone Japa Mala is a prayer beads or meditation tool that combines the natural and sacred essence of yak bone with the decorative and symbolic elements of inlaid designs. This mala is designed to support individuals in their spiritual practice, promoting focus, grounding, and a connection to higher consciousness.

Yak bone is a traditional material used in the crafting of malas, especially in Tibetan Buddhist traditions. It is considered sacred and holds spiritual significance. Yak bone represents strength, endurance, and the impermanence of life. It is believed to have grounding properties and serves as a reminder of the transient nature of existence.

The inlaid designs on the yak bone beads add a decorative and symbolic touch to the mala. These designs are often intricate and can include traditional motifs or symbols associated with Buddhist or Tibetan culture. The inlaid designs enhance the aesthetic appeal of the mala and add a unique and meaningful element to its overall design.

The Inlaid Yak Bone Japa Mala consists of 108 yak bone beads, with inlaid designs acting as dividers throughout the mala. The mala is designed with a larger guru bead and a knot hanging from it, symbolizing unity and completion.

During meditation or mantra recitation, the practitioner can hold the mala in their hands and move their fingers along the beads while focusing their attention. Each bead represents a mantra or a prayer, allowing the practitioner to stay present and centered in their practice. The mala serves as a tool for counting and focusing the mind, facilitating a deeper connection to inner peace and spiritual exploration.

The combination of yak bone and inlaid designs in the mala creates a unique and sacred energy. The yak bone embodies strength and impermanence, while the inlaid designs add a touch of beauty, cultural symbolism, and spiritual significance. Together, they create a powerful tool for spiritual seekers to cultivate mindfulness, grounding, and a connection to higher consciousness.

The Inlaid Yak Bone Japa Mala can be worn as a necklace or wrapped around the wrist as a bracelet, allowing the wearer to carry the sacred energy of the yak bone and the ornamental beauty of the inlaid designs.

When not in use, the mala can be kept in a pouch, placed on an altar, or held in a sacred space to honor its significance and maintain its energetic vibrations.

This mala is particularly suitable for individuals interested in Tibetan Buddhist practices or anyone seeking grounding, strength, and a connection to higher consciousness in their spiritual journey. It serves as a reminder of impermanence and the potential for spiritual growth.

But because they symbolize accumulated wisdom, bones are also regarded as some of the finest meditation materials. Bones are renowned for having the ideal balance between the living and the dead in addition to this.

Wearing the Orange Inlaid Yak Bone Prayer Mala from Nirvana Mala will let you meditate to your fullest under the red and yellow color combined with an increase in your natural healing capacity, and colors, or changing your pride and misconception into knowledge. In addition to this, you may also see a hint of what lies beyond the surface of reality by blending various components of bone, red, and yellow.


Additional Information



65 g


10 × 5 × 10 cm


Inlaid Yak Bone

Knot Type


  • Materials: Yak bone
  • Bead Size: 10 mm
  • Bead Number: 108
  • Length: 16 inches with fixed knot
  • Handmade in Nepal.