83 Ludstone Street, Hampton MELBOURNE

Shivoham

Officially born at the Kumbha Mela in Allahabad 2013, with one wish, that everyone should have the chance to wear Rudraksha. Shivjyoti, the founder and designer of each mala, had experienced since 2003 the profound energy and deep connection of Rudraksha seeds, having received one from her Spiritual Master. Subsequently inspired to find a way everyone could experience the empowerment and protection from wearing these sacred and mystical beads she has created what you see today.

Shivjyoti initially brought many Rudraksha for her students and then begun combining with high quality crystals in meaningful combinations so everyone would experience the benefit and beauty of wearing a mala.

The word Shivoham came like lightning in the process of formalising the website, a platform to share the creations beyond the spiritual centres and Yoga ashrams the creations had naturally become part of. Shivoham means merging into the stream of consciousness. 

In the spirit of serving the unique unfoldment of every individual in divine life, each mala creation is unique. Inspired, guided and channeled by presence, each piece is the embodiment of divine energy and charged with blessing for it's wearers dharma path and self-realisation. They are 108 bead garlands for energy transformation, protection, meditation, contemplation and meant to be worn always.  

Utilising the finest rare crystals, our own gemologist sources AAA Grade or higher gems from ethical mines around the world, our Gemologist Gitesh has them cut to different size and design for each mala. Our premium rudraksha pendants are Nepal origin, blessed and consecrated by Ganga in Haridwar (City of the Gods). In the Japa malas we use premium Indonesian beads due to their smaller size and usability in meditation. Every piece is blessed through ancient ceremony, love, respect and care, to carry their potent spiritual vibration and support for your spiritual development.

Our designs bring you in alignment with who you truly are

Our entire team and network revere these beads and work with devotion. In Australia we co-ordinate with highly respected craftsmen and are part of a large family business run for generations. Part of our family focus on the Rudraksha specialties while others concentrate on the quality of crystals and gemstones ensuring only the best are used, others carve our pendants and statues. At Shivoham we take enormous pride in passing on the finest quality Mala Beads in the world to you. Our work embodies devotion, love and sadhana.

We love the feedback we receive every day about the effects our malas are having, it's always a joy to hear about the power, benefits and blessings you experience and create through you life. Every Shivoham mala is special and unique, from our heart to yours and we honour the blessing to share with you. 

News + events

Recent blog posts

Sri Yantra

by Shivjyoti Puri | 13 July, 2022

The Sri yantra is the divine form of the Goddess, which represents the manifested universe. It’s a mathematically precise pyramid formed by interlaced triangles that channel the energy of the cosmos and thus contains the vibration which emanates creation, OM. It can be used by individuals to radically improve their life and speed up spiritual awakening. 

The Three Keys to Spiritual Growth

by Shivjyoti Puri | 07 July, 2022

  1. Sadhana: ones personal daily practice of meditation and prayer or ritual .
  2. Satsang: keeping the company of wise and truthful people who care about doing good and like to talk about meaningful things.
  3. Seva: serving all with your gifts as a joy, not for recognition or reward.

Shivoham Mala Gallery, part of Melbourne Design Week

by Shivjyoti Puri | 24 February, 2022

Melbourne Design Week is the largest, International design event here in Australia. Shivoham is delighted to be chosen to take part. Join us to celebrate the impact creative design can have on the world and learn about our processes and materials. Shivoham Gallery will be open Thursday the 17th March - Sunday the 27th March.