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WOBE1477

Extra Large Shree Hari Das Pendant-Tilsi Necklace - Best Quality

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This exclusive hand carved necklace is 25 1/2 inches long from end to end. The pendant very large is 1 3/4 inches by 1 1/4 inches and 3/4 of an inch thick, with large barrel-shaped and round beads (This necklace is chunky, not ordinary small beads) Handcrafted in Vrindavan. Each and every one of these necklaces is a work of art. They will vary slightly in size, color, and design. 
We are letting you know that ALL pendants you buy in the market are made of neem wood, not tulsi. We were informed this by a couple of honest vendors, that reveal the facts and that neem can be of actually any other wood than Tulsi.. not necessarily from the neem tree. This is not just our website, but ALL of the pendants that hang on tulsi necklaces are of other wood (So-called neem) but our manufacturer guarantees that the rest of the beads on the necklace are Tulsi wood. We recommend that if you wear a pendant necklace, that you also wear a tulsi necklace that has no pendant so that you have one that is fully tulsi wood. We are the only website that we have seen that is telling the facts of this matter because we want you to know the truth. We are here for your service. 

If one is a devotee of Lord Krishna or Lord Vishnu, one should wear Tulsi Neck beads. Tulsi neck beads are for protection. At the time of death, if one forgets to chant the holy names for whatever reason. If one is wearing Tulsi Mala around their neck, the Superintendents of Death, (Yamadutas) cannot touch that soul. They see the Tulsi neck beads and run. They know this is Lord Vishnu's devotee. Tulsi Devi will protect the devotee from all past sin.  Tulsi neck beads are a symbol of being a Vaisnava devotee of the Lord. They are pure, beautiful and natural. Make sure your whole family is wearing them. Keep extras on hand in case they break. Never be without them!

Srila Prabhupada said to one devotee-
"When I was Srila Prabhupada's servant in Los Angeles in 1970, my neck beads broke one day and I set them aside to restring later in the day. I went into Srila Prabhupada's room and He immediately said, “Where are your neck beads?

I told Him they had broken and I was going to fix them later in the day. He said very strongly “You must go now and fix them. If you knew how dangerous it is to be in this material world without neck beads on, you would be shaking in your boots!”