DivyaVidya Abhimantrit Coral Munga Mala

Original price was: ₹2,999.00.Current price is: ₹1,501.00.

  • Purpose:
    Useful in curing diseases related to blood
  • DivyaVidya Guarantee:
    100% Genuine and Authentic
  • Divine Connection:
    Used in Sadhanas or Worshipping of Lord Hanuman, Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesh
  • Derived From:
    Coral Beads
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Coral Munga Mala

Coral Mala is made of coral beads. Coral is also called Munga. This Mala is useful in curing diseases related to blood. It is also used in sadhanas or worshipping of Lord Hanuman, Lakshmi and Ganesh. This Mala is useful in curing diseases related to blood.

Coral Munga mala is believed to increase confidence and courage. The red coral gemstone is a symbol of the royal planet Mars. This mala also helps in improving mental and physical health, developing better relationships, protection against black magic and relief from debt. This package includes 1 Pc Mala with 108 Beads and Ganga Jal.

Commonly Asked Questions
Q1. What is meant by a Mala?
A mala is a garland consisting of one guru bead strung on 108 other beads in a thread. It is frequently used for meditation and 108-mantra reciting. Wearing a mala calms your thoughts and assists you in concentrating on the good energy. It is constructed from a variety of elements, including wood, seeds, gemstones, crystals, rudraksha, and many more. You can obtain the greatest pricing and highest quality at DivyaVidya. You can achieve peace, tranquility, and calmness at any time by wearing the malas that we have provided.
Question 2: Can I wear my Mala all the time?
As advised, attempt to wear the appropriate mala most of the time during an auspicious muhurat; however, do not wear it when consuming meat or alcohol or when it will get wet. It is thought that a mala absorbs energy and vibrations from its environment and transfers them to the wearer. Mala is well known for being a spiritual tool used for connecting to the One during meditation. You will therefore be more likely to attract good energy and sharpen your focus if you wear it.
Q3. How do I store my Mala while I’m not using it? Are there any guidelines or procedures?
A mala is a sacred object that should be put at its altar, next to a temple, or in any other prominent location where it is likely to be found among other sacred objects. The mala is not to be disregarded or thrown away. If you are unable to choose a suitable location, hang or keep it behind your bed and remember to take care of it. Keep youngsters and dogs away from the area and keep it clean and organized. Invest in a beautiful, soft cloth and keep it inside each time you remove it. Conversely, the more you wear the mala, the more energized and charged it becomes.
Q4. If I’m not happy with the Mala, can I return it?
Indeed. At DivyaVidya. we work hard to achieve positive outcomes and endeavor to deliver the best services and solutions possible. We provide a variety of strung threads in different sorts, materials, weights, colors, and purposes within our “Mala” product category. You can return any goods to us within two working days if it doesn’t suit your requirements. Give your Order ID and the cause for the return to our customer care executives when you get in touch with them. For further details, see our return policy.
Q5. What distinguishes the unique Mala on your website?
On their website,DivyaVidya. guarantees to provide premium, verified products together with pleasing outcomes. Every aspect of our malas, including the material used, the color offered, and the purification techniques, are scrutinized. To purify the mala in the package, we also provide our customers a small bottle of Gangajal, if it is available. Across the country, our goods are renowned for their authenticity and ability to provide the intended outcomes.
Question6: What does the Mala’s 108 beads mean?
When reciting mantras on a mala, one can count to 108 and maintain concentration, calmness, and serenity. Twelve zodiac signs are led by nine planets, and each sign is made up of 27 nakshatras. Every nakshatra has four subdivided sections, or charans, which adds up to 108 in Vedic Astrology. Therefore, a person who sings mantras on a mala covers the entire cosmos. There are three types of malas: the 27, 54, and 108-bead varieties.


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