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Taisen
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Taisen

As others have said, it’s usually known as a mala. The Japanese term is ‘juzu’, though it’s used less in the West.

marisalovecat
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marisalovecat

It is called “Prayer Beads” or “Buddha beads”.

mark s
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mark s

In Tibetan Buddhism they are called a Mala. 108 beads with 3 counter or spacer beads, one at 7, one at 21 and one at the midpoint . Tibetan Buddhist mala, or beaded rosary, aids the practitioner in counting mantra recitations while also helping one to focus concentration and awareness. As one works the mala’s beads with one’s fingers, recites the mantra and visualizes the deity, one is at once involving the body, speech and mind. The mala is held with gentleness and respect, generally in the left hand. One bead is counted for each recitation of the mantra, beginning… Read more »

June smiles
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June smiles

I looked up the wiki definition. I carry a rosary in my pocket. It gives me comfort.

Hong Kong Mike
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Hong Kong Mike

They are called Mantra or prayer beads. There are 108+a Head bead sometimes referred to as Kukai.

Doctor Proper
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Doctor Proper

That’s right,Mala Beads.They are used like a Rosary when doing mantras(chanting),to keep track of how many times you do a mantra.

beadingbusily
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beadingbusily

Japa Mala beads.

PROBLEM JPAS A.R.T.
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PROBLEM JPAS A.R.T.

Japa mala’ or mala most religion have or have had prayer beads.

The Canadian Atheist
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The Canadian Atheist

Prayer beads or rosaries.
It’s where the Catholic church got the idea.

uǝɥɔıl
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uǝɥɔıl

Buddhist prayer beads are called mala. But when they were sold as a fashion statement, they were karma bracelets.

tigris
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tigris

buddhist prayer beads?