Where To Make A Mala in Malaysia
If you are looking to make a Mala in Malaysia, look no further as you can do this at Green Daun craft shop at Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya.
We have been custom-making Mala for many customers in the last two years, and we offer various types of materials to make them. Malas are mainly used for keeping count while reciting, chanting, or mentally repeating a mantra.
Update 2020: We no longer sell all kinds of Rudraksha seeds. Only the general 5-Mukhi ones. PLEASE TAKE NOTE that we do not sell the mala string to capping or drilling of the seeds.
Where To Make A Mala in Malaysia
A Mala is commonly used for meditation and is a very personalized item for each person. This tradition goes back to the days of early Buddhism and Hinduism.
While reading this, we assume you already know what a Mala is and want to find out where you can make one in Malaysia.
At Green Daun craft shop, we provide this service to make a Mala, and you can custom it to 108, 54 or even 27 beads. You can also choose the type of bead you want for your Mala.
We also custom make Tasbih for the Muslim people, and you can inquire with us about this.
Types of Mala in Malaysia
There are various types of materials used in the Mala that we make, and it all depends on what you prefer. As for the materials, we have many different types to choose from in our shop.
- Rudraksha Mala (5-Mukhi Nepal seeds only)
Wenge Wood Mala
- Crystal Beads Mala
Olive Wood Mala Turmeric Haldi Mala
How Long Does It Take To Make A Mala?
Making a Mala takes time, and usually, we do not do on-the-spot orders. When you walk into our shop, you can choose the type of Mala you want to make, and it will take anywhere from one to two weeks, depending on our other custom orders.
A lot of work goes into making a Mala where most people are unaware of. There is also the factor of having positive energy when making the Mala for someone.
Can I Bring My Own Mala Beads To Make? – NO
Yes, you can. We have had customers that bring their own Rudraksha or other beads to make their Mala with us. All you need to do is bring the number of beads that you want to make. It can be 108, 54 and so on. If you require a Guru Bead or Rudraksha, they may be available for sale in our shop. This means you can choose the type and size you prefer to be added to your Mala.
For this, it will also take one to two weeks to custom order due to our schedule. If you are not comfortable leaving your beads here, we apologise as you will need to find someone else to do it.
What Type Of Mala Can I Make?
You can choose to make any Mala you want as it is entirely up to the person using it. Each and everyone has their own preferences.
Just so you know, there is the 108 bead Mala, Mantra Mala, Tibetan Style Mala and the Zen Style Mala, which you can choose from.
Can I Make A Tasbih?
For Muslim people, you can also make a Tasbih in our shop. The Tasbih comes in 33 or 99 beads, and you can select the type of beads or Rudraksha to make them.
You can even make them a meaningful gift for someone, and we can prepare a beautiful box for your Tasbih or Mala gift. This will also take one to two weeks to be custom-made.
Where Can I Cleanse My Mala?
In most cases, the Mala we make are for either meditation or prayers. After you collect your Mala, you can take it to be cleansed at your preferred place for those into the spiritual side of it.
Or you can also cleanse it in our shop upon collection as we have a singing bowl to cleanse the Mala for you.
Where to Repair a Mala in Malaysia?
UPDATE 2021 – We no longer repair mala or prayer beads.
If you already have a Mala and want to repair or restring it, you can bring it to our shop to do this. We offer this personalized service as we have the experience.
Due to our experience, repair or restring for Mala will take one to two weeks, so if you expect on-the-spot service, I am sorry, but we do not do that.
This means that you need to leave your mala here for us to fix it. Again, it will take one to two weeks to fix it based on our schedule, so if you are uncomfortable with leaving it here, please find someone else that can do it for you.
There are not many people who know how to do this in Malaysia, but there are some. However, if you have problems looking for someone to repair your Mala, you can always visit our shop in Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya.
The fees for this varies on the materials used and also will take one to two weeks. This means you can walk into our shop, drop off the Mala and collect it when it is ready as we will contact you.
Where is Our Shop?
Green Daun is located in Damansara Perdana, PJ and a proper shop lot at the Perdana Exclusive Condominium. To find us, use Waze or Google Maps and key in – Green Daun.
There are also detailed directions to our shop for anyone who needs this additional information to get to our shop. You can also call us for directions if you are unsure.
If you have been looking where to make a personalised Mala in Malaysia, you can now walk into our shop to custom order this and remember, custom-made always takes time.