Certified NanHong Agate and Turquoise Mala Necklace with “Medicine Buddha” Thangka Pendant

Certified NanHong Agate and Turquoise Mala Necklace with “Medicine Buddha” Thangka Pendant

Regular price $403.00 Sale

The thangka pendants are the most significant amulets Tibetan people wearing or hanging on the malas.

This large Thangka pendant displays a portrait of the “Medicine Buddha”, formally known as the‘Medicine Buddha of Pure Crystal Radiance’, symbolizes the brightness, purity and healing of the Buddha Land.

According to the traditional, a mantra paper and dry flowers were sealed into the case after it was blessed.

The round shaped brass frame is measured 51 x 41 x 6 mm.

This mala necklace is made out of 150 genuine natural red Nanhong agate beads have beautiful flaming red color. They were mined from Sichuan province. Please see the zoomed photos for details. The dimension of the barrel shaped beads is approximately 5.8mm.

Nanhong red agate, “ma.rai” in Tibetan, also known as ”red jade“ in ancient times, is one of most precious material been used in Tibetan jewelries. The high quality Nanhong has the full body red color that is very close to red coral.

The Nanhong beads has the certificate come with.

The master beads are three genuine Hubei turquoise beads. Measure approximately 10.5mm in dimension. All spacer beads are also made of Hubei turquoise.

The Guru bead is also made of top quality natural Hubei turquoise. The metal beads and clips are made of 925 silver.

The whole mala necklace is 90cm long.

For years, we make customized designed Tibetan and Himalayan malas for our clients using rare natural materials and ancient, antique Tibetan beads . To serve the spiritual purposes, only the best quality natural beads can we use to make malas. We turned those precious beads to wearable arts. We sincerely believe the Buddhism spirit attached to those ancient precious will help each one-of-a-kind piece to find its destined master.


With time passing by, and the increasing demand, a piece like this one became increasingly difficult to source. Please be free to contact us for acquisition.