Nepal | Kathmandu

Make Your Own Beads Bracelet


Mala Making Experience

USD 50



Mala making holds deep cultural and spiritual significance in Nepal. These intricately crafted bead necklaces are more than just ornamental accessories; they serve as a vital link between the physical and spiritual realms. In Nepal, malas are intrinsic to religious practices, meditation, and daily rituals. They embody devotion, guiding practitioners towards inner peace and enlightenment. Each bead’s texture, material, and arrangement are chosen thoughtfully, reflecting the wearer’s spiritual journey and intentions. The art of mala making preserves ancient traditions and connects individuals to Nepal’s rich heritage, reminding them of the profound balance between the material and the divine.

Bracelets/ Mala crafted from a diverse array of stones, including elements like tiger’s eye, lava stone, agate, rudraksha, and conch shell, offer a captivating fusion of nature’s beauty and spiritual symbolism. Each stone brings its unique energy and properties to the wearer, fostering a sense of connection with the earth’s elements and ancient traditions. Tiger eye exudes courage and balance, while lava stone embodies grounding and transformation. Agate is known for its calming effects, while rudraksha beads hold spiritual significance in Hinduism. Conch shell symbolizes purity and auspiciousness. As these stones intertwine in a wearable piece of art, the bracelet/mala becomes a channel for both aesthetic allure and holistic well-being.

  • Stones used: tigers eye, lava stone, agate, rudraksha or conch shell
  • Workshop Duration : 2-3 hours
  • Maximum pax : 5 pax

Services Included

  • Transfer Cost
  • Well guided training session
  • Beads (tigers eye, lava stone, agate, rudraksha or conch shell), tools and materials used
  • A traditional Nepali lunch
  • Farewell khata
  • Two bracelets made by the guest himself/herself of any stones from the list of five (tiger eye, lava stone, agate, rudraksha or conch shell)

Services Excluded

  • Tips and gratuities
  • Any additional beads used other than mentioned above.
  • Any additional bracelet or mala other than mentioned above.
  • Expenses arising from unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of Royal Mountain Travel