Material: Native six-door wood
Size: 9 mm (round)
Liudao wood got its name because it has six deep wood grains. "The Records of Mount Wutai" records that when Manjushri Bodhisattva returned from India, the crutch he brought had six lines. It was planted in Mount Wutai and was named "Liu Daomu". It means practicing the Six Perfections, eliminating worries, and transforming sentient beings in the six paths. Because of its natural six-stripe pattern, it is also imbued with a six-character motto. It is one of the most highly respected rosary beads in Buddhism.