This adjustable wrist mala is made of water buffalo bone1 and represents the concept of impermanence2. The beads are inlaid with coral, turquoise, brass, and copper. It consists of 25 beads and a larger guru bead3. The string is a strong nylon cord and allows for stretching and pulling without breaking. The white bracelet consists of beads that are 10 millimeters and the red and black are 8 millimeters.
SHIPPING AND RETURNS
Orders generally ship within 1-2 business days of the order being placed. We do not ship on the weekends or holidays. Packages are sent via USPS First Class mail or Priority mail. Our Standard rate includes 1-2 business days for handling time and then another 3-5 business days for shipping. Our Fast shipping rate includes 1 business day for handling and 2-4 business days for shipping.
|RATE||PRICE||TOTAL SHIPPING TIME|
|Standard||$2.60||5-7 Business days|
|Fast||$5.25||3-5 Business days|
|International||$25||Depends on Location|
Since 1980 Karma and Zumki Lama have brought thousands of items made from Tibetan Refugees living in Nepal and India. As Tibetan refugees themselves, they were shocked by how much people in America loved our culture and our craftsmanship. After selling for a while, they decided to bring the wealth back home and support the struggling communities and artisans. We only buy directly from the local artisans and make sure there is no middle man to take away their hard earned money. We make sure to visit Nepal and India at least twice a year and always find new items and artists to work with. Over the years we have developed strong bonds with the artisans and always make sure to keep in touch and see that their life improves under our support.
Due to your support and our continued success, we have expanded beyond just Nepal and India and now source our products ethically, from mainly Southeast Asia. (Thailand, Bali) We have expanded our collection due to the repeated requests of our customers asking for more and more culturally diverse products, and have made some new friends along the way.
You can directly impact the local artisans by visiting either Nepal and India and experiencing the rich and vibrant culture. Many small independent businesses fail due to the changing times, and this, in turn, affects the local artisans in small villages in Southeast Asia creating a domino effect. With your support, we can continue supporting our friends from Southeast Asia and continually grow to impact their lives in a positive fashion.