Mujaji is a rain Goddess of the Lovedu people in South Africa. She sent drought to Her people’s enemies but caused rain to fall on Her people. The Goddess Mujaji seldom appeared to human beings. She is said to reside in the Drakensberg Mountains. In times past, She was propitiated with sacrifices of cattle. She also ruled over purification and cleansed Her worshippers in preparation for ritual, and the people danced as an offering to Her. A rain doctor assists by seeking the cause of any droughts and performing rituals to remove obstacles that block rainmaking powers.
This mala necklace is part of our Water Collection. This traditional Tibetan mala has 108 beads, plus 3 marker beads (not to be counted in meditation), and a guru bead and silk tassel. This particular mala is comprised of Labradorite, with Ornate Balinese Silver marker and guru beads.Read More