Trishula

Trishula derives from the Sanskrit word Trisula – “tri” meaning three and “sula” meaning a sharp iron pin or stake. The three points of the Trishul represents various trinities – knowledge, desire, and implementation; creation, maintenance, and destruction; past, present, and future; body, mind, and soul (atman), to name a few. The trishul is most associated with Lord Shiva, the Hindu deity known as the “destroyer”, often depicted sitting in a meditative posture with rudraksha malas draped around him as a symbol of purity and concentration. The auspicious rudraksha beads are also believed to bestow divine protection and increase abundance and prosperity. When meditating with a rudraksha mala or wearing rudraksha beads against your skin it can increase concentration, giving clarity and peace of mind, and can also improve memory and relieve stress and anxiety, making them the perfect accompaniment for meditating or reciting mantras while praying.

Limited Edition

Colour: Gold, black and brown

Size: Fits a wrist size range of 17cm – 23cm (for men)

SKU MJ05 Category

R220.00

Availability: 3 in stock

Components used in this item

Brass Trishul connector charm, Rudraksha beads and black macrame thread

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