Rosaries are powerful spiritual tools that help you pray with passion and intensity. It is a practice of ardent prayer and meditation done by people belonging to all faiths of the world. Japa mala is said to be the most sacred of all the objects that have been used in worship. Millions of people all over the world use Japa mala for their prayers. It is an unbreakable thread made out of rudraksha beads and tulsi beads which are strung together in a set format. The number of beads present in a Japa mala can vary from 11 to 108. Japa mala is a string of beads used in the Hindu and Buddhist religions. The word Japa means repetition or recitation and refers to the use of these beads for prayer. And the silent repetition of the names and mantras of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Sikhism. Japa mala comes in many forms which are worn around the neck, draped over the shoulders, or even carried in a small bag with one hand while performing. The purpose of using this rosary is to help keep track of the count when reciting a mantra. Japa Mala is incomplete without the beads. Beads are a very important part of Japa Mala. Different types of beads are used to string the prayer chain in accordance with one’s ability and convenience.