Tulsi Mala is one of the most popular malas worn by Indians. Many famous people have been seen adorning it. Made from one of the most auspicious plants in the Hindu religion, it is a beautiful string of beads made from the woody parts of Tulsi plant. While Hindus prefer to use the white beads Tulsi Mala, Buddhists also chant using it but they prefer the black one. Made of 108 beads, the biggest one represents Lord Krishna and crossing over of this one is considered incorrect and inauspicious. Chanting with Tulsi Mala brings forth greater concentration and more piousness in prayers and meditation. According to ancient scriptures like Vedas, Tulsi Mala can be worn by anyone without any restrictions on age, gender or caste. There is no need for elaborate rituals and prayers to adorn Tulsi Mala.