This rudraksha bead garland or mala is generally strung in either red or yellow silky thread. The size of the rudraksha is between 18 mm to 32 mm. This is the most common amongst all Rudraksha and is easily available. Generally the mala is made with 33 or 54 or 108 Rudraksha beads. It is also available in Moranga form where odd sizes of rudraksha having 5 faces are strung together. It is an excellent adornment for the idol of Lord Shiva in Shiva temples for the linga and idols. This mala is also worn by yogis, aghoris, pandits, Shiva Thondars in South India and is gifted to the priests on special occasions and performing certain Havan or rituals.