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What's new?


We have 15 new singing bowls in stock, and a beautiful new thangka in stock.

Our new singing bowls...

We are not going to bore you with all 15, you can find them all in our New Products section, but here are a couple of our favorites...

Copper and Brass Singing Bowl, 4.5"


Brass Singing Bowl, 9"


We also have this new printed thangka, and it's on sale!

Kurukulla Thangka, $52.99

This thangka was handmade in Nepal, and it is

a printed thangka.

New Malas with Charms

We have some new designs in our ever-popular wrist malas with charms. On each wrist mala you can choose which charm you would like with the wrist mala. The choices are a brass tree of life charm, a Buddha head charm, an om charm, a silver tree of life charm, and a two-sided silver tree [...]

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Guru Beads to make your own malas

Making Buddhist prayer beads, or malas, is something people are starting to enjoy doing themselves as a hobby, or to sell. The word mala is a Sanskrit word meaning garland or necklace.There are some basic rules to making Buddhist malas. The main rule is that a long set of prayer beads should have 108 beads. [...]

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Wrist Malas with Beautiful Charms

We have a new group of wrist malas in stock with beautiful charms at the end of each wrist mala. Dark Wood Wrist Mala with Silver Tree of Life CharmThis wrist mala was handmade in Nepal. It is made from dark wood beads.Each bead is 15 mm wide and this wrist mala is 8 inches long. [...]

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