Buddhist (Tibetan) rosary beads, or malas, are similar to other rosary beads used in various world religions. Mala is a Sanskrit word meaning "garland". In the Tibetan language, mala is called trengwa (Tibetan). This type of rosary is used to keep track of how a person reads, chants, or mentally repeats a mantra. Often they practice using a small one during yoga, as well as simply plucking beads with their hands for self-assurance. Read more about what is small here.

The Buddhist rosary is worn as a protective necklace or folded bracelet. Therefore, they are gathered on a durable elastic band. Our catalog contains Buddhist rosary from 108 beads of various colors of amber and bead sizes. We make rosary beads by hand to high standards and great attention to detail.