RIDDHI SIDDHI ARTS & CRAFTS
round sandalwood beads,wholesale sandalwood beads,sandalwood prayer beads

round sandalwood beads,wholesale sandalwood beads,sandalwood prayer beads

Send Inquiry

We have been marked down as a noted organization engaged in manufacturing and supplying Round Sandalwood Beads,Wholesale Sandalwood Beads,Sandalwood Prayer Beads. We use optimum quality sandalwood, sourced from trusted vendors to design these beads. The beads are said to promote humility and focuses the mind to aid in meditation. Clients can avail Round Sandalwood Beads,Wholesale Sandalwood Beads,Sandalwood Prayer Beads from us in different sizes and finishing.

 

Features:

  • Light in weight
  • Resistant to breakage
  • Durable and smooth

 

 


round sandalwood beads,wholesale sandalwood beads,sandalwood prayer beads 

Santalum Album, or Indian Sandalwood, is a threatened species. It is indigenous to South India, and grows in the Western Ghats and a few other mountain ranges such as the Kalrayan and Shevaroy Hills. 

Sandalwood from the Mysore region of Karnataka (formerly Mysore), and marayoor forest in Kerala, southern India, is high in quality. New plantations were created with international aid in Tamil Nadu for economic exploitation. 

Sandalwood is expensive enough so that, unlike most trees, it is harvested by removing the entire tree instead of sawing it down at the trunk close to ground level. This way, wood from the stump and root can also be used.

Sandalwood has a distinctive soft, warm, smooth, creamy and milky precious-wood scent. It imparts a long-lasting, woody base to perfumes from the oriental, woody, fougère, and chypre families, as well as a fixative to floral and citrus fragrances.

Sandalwood in India is widely used in the handicraft industry. The main source of true sandalwood, S. album, is a protected species, and demand for it cannot be met. Many species of plants are traded as sandalwood. The genus Santalum has more than 19 species.

Traders will often accept wood from closely related species, as well as from unrelated plants such as West Indian sandalwood (Amyris balsamifera) in the family Rutaceae or bastard sandalwood (Myoporum sandwicense, Myoporaceae). However, most woods from these alternative sources lose their aroma within a few months or years.

Our company uses strictly the Genus Santalum Album (the true sandalwood) for making beads and carvings.