Prayer beads are a form of beadwork used to count the repetitions of prayers, chants, or mantras by members of various religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Shinto, Umbanda, Islam, Sikhism, the Baháʼí Faith, and some Christian denominations, such as the Roman Catholic Church, the Lutheran Church, the Oriental Orthodox Churches, and the Eastern Orthodox Churches. Common forms of beaded devotion include the Boqueria in Oriental Orthodox Christianity, the chotki in Eastern Orthodox Christianity, the Wreath of Christ in Lutheran Christianity, the Dominican rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Roman Catholic Christianity, the dhikr (remembrance of God) in Islam, the Japa mala in Buddhism and Hinduism, and the Jaap Sahib in Sikhism.
The high-Quality Prayer beads counter is made of high-quality plastic, and the digital beads counter is strong and durable. The prayer beads counter is small and compact, easy to carry. You can carry the digital beads counter everywhere and every time.
The digital beads counter has 3 wood grain colors and the prayer beads counter is a special gift for relatives and friends on Ramadan or any particular day.
The digital beads counter can be used for meditation, relaxation, decompression, finger movement, etc. You can scroll counting with the noise-free operation, and scroll your thumb down to start counting with a smooth roller. The digital beads counter screen displays a 5-digit counter with a counting range of 00000-99999.