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sandalwood japa mala beads loose
- Minimum Order Quantity
- Unit of Measure
- Price Range
- 1.00 - 2.00 USD ($)
- 2 USD ($)
- Main Stone
- Round And Customize Shapes Available
- Beads Material
- Beads Colour
- Natural Golden Brown
- 4mm to 20mm
- Supply Ability
- 100000 Per Week
- Sample Available
- Sample Policy
- Sample costs shipping and taxes has to be paid by the buyer
- Packaging Details
- 1) Carefully pack the beads in plastic bags. 2) Finally packed in corrugated box.
- Main Export Market(s)
- Asia, Australia, Central America, North America, South America, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East, Africa
- Main Domestic Market
- All India
Banking upon in-depth domain knowledge and years of vast experience, we are engaged in manufacturing and supplying Sandalwood Japa Mala Beads Loose. At our sound processing unit, we design these beads using premium quality sandalwood. These beads are used by Muslims to keep track of counting in Tasbih. Highly demanded in the market, these beads come in different sizes and finishing for clients. We offer Sandalwood Japa Mala Beads Loose at pocket friendly prices.
- Light in weight
- Resistant to breakage
- Smooth texture
Santalum Album, or Indian Sandalwood, is a threatened species. It is indigenous to South India, and grows the Western Ghats and a few other mountain ranges such as the Kalrayan and Shevaroy Hills.
Sandalwood from the Mysore region of Karnataka (formerly Mysore), and marayoor forest in Kerala, southern India, is high in quality. New plantations were created with international aid in Tamil Nadu for economic exploitation.
Sandalwood is expensive enough so that, unlike most trees, it is harvested by removing the entire tree instead of sawing it down at the trunk close to ground level. This way, wood from the stump and root can also be used.
Sandalwood in India is widely used in the handicraft industry. The main source of true sandalwood, S. album, is a protected species, and demand for it cannot be met. Many species of plants are traded as "sandalwood". The genus Santalum has more than 19 species.
Our company uses strictly the genus Santalum Album (the true sandalwood) for making beads and carvings. Many suppliers use synthetic fragrance chemical produced as an alternative to the natural product and sell the same as true sandalwood.