Certified White Gunja Mala - For Karz Related & Power to Attract Wealth
Product Origin : India
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Natural White Gunja Mala, Certified & Genuine Gunja - Power to Attract Wealth & For Mental Peace
Natural White Gunja Mala
white Gunja - Abrus precatorius, jequirity (or wild-liquorice). A vine with clusters of pink flowers and seed pods containing scarlet berries.The berries are said to represent service to Srîmatî Rådhårånî, so Krishna often wears a garland of white guñjå berries. Garlands of guñjå are considered especially sacred by Lord Caitanya and His followers.
- It is very good for your mental peace.
- It gives properly focused required to make the correct decisions.
- You will feel light and energetic after wearing this white mala.
- You will see betterment in your finances as this mala has the power to attract wealth.
In the age of Kali, His merciful incarnation, Lord Gaurasundara also initiated and induced His confidential associates to perform the worship of Govardhana. Once, Sri Sankarananda Sarasvati came to Puri dhama from Sri Vrndavana to deliver to Sriman Mahaprabhu a piece of the Govardhana stone together with a string of 'gunja mala' (beads) wrapped in two bundles of cloth which he presented to Sriman Mahaprabhu who, at that time was residing at Gambhira. The Lord became exceedingly pleased on receiving these invaluable items. In continuous remembrance of the divine pastimes of Sri Radha-Krsna, He used to wear the mala (beads) round His neck. By contemplation of the Govardhana stone as non-different form the transcendental body of Sri Krishna, He used to place this stone over His head and eyes, becoming overwrought with loving emotions. In the loving moods, He would exuberantly place it on His head or near His nose as if to catch the overpowering transcendental fragrances of the stone and more often than no, would drench it with tears flowing form His eyes. In this regard, Sriman Mahaprabhu used to visualize the Govardhana stone and the gunja mala together as the personification of the Divine Couple Sri Radha-Krishna.