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Jalani Moli/ Mouli / Kalava

Moli is a 100% cotton thread, it’s red thread roll and it has small yellow parts in between the red string. Normally moli, which is available in the market, does not contain good quality of colors and it leaves color on the cloths as well on the skin. Today the time is change, Jalani Traders introduces a scientific made good quality of moli, which is made up of 100 % pure cotton with use of superior color quality. Jalani moli considered being very sacred and used in all religious purposes of the Hindus.

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What is Moli/ Mouli / Kalava?

Moli is a 100% cotton thread, it’s red thread roll and it has small yellow parts in between the red string. Normally moli, which is available in the market, does not contain good quality of colors and it leaves color on the cloths as well on the skin. Today the time is change, Jalani Traders introduces a scientific made good quality of moli, which is made up of 100 % pure cotton with use of superior color quality. Jalani moli considered being very sacred and used in all religious purposes of the Hindus.

Traditional use of Moli / Mouli / Kalava

Jalani Moli is used as an offering of cloth to the deity. It is worn while performing Hindu rituals like Yajna and Puja. Jalani Mouli thread is an integral part of any puja. Normally Jalani Mouli is tied before the start of the puja, Jalani Mouli thread is tied around the wrist of the members of the family and all those who attend the prayer ceremony. As a rule all males and married females wear it on the right hand. Unmarried females wear it on their left hands. The basic significance of wearing Jalani Mouli is to get blessings from God.

Historical aspect of Moli

Since ancient time people like to ware moli on their wrist, neck & waist as a good luck charm or as a culture. As per the tradition, on any occasion like house and office inauguration, purchase of any kind of vehicle, home and office appliances we tied moli on that. Moli is tie on the appliance for their safety and long running life.

Benefits of Wearing moli

• From the ancient time vaid (Indian tradition Doctor) believe that our whole body is control by the wrist nerve (Vein) so if we wear moli on the wrist, it help to control the whole body blood circulation.
• Now days Doctor’s suggest to wear a belt on wrist to control the blood pressure. But old people believe that wearing Moli is more effective than belt. They always gave suggestion to tie moli on wrist 6 to 7 rounds to control the blood pressure level.
• Every mother wants to keep their child away from any social insecurity (does not seem so evil), so they like to tie moli on their child’s wrist, neck & waist.
• Traditionally we are using moli in the temple & mosque as a “mannat ka dhaaga” (Votive Thread).


Moli Make Relation Good

Moli tied by sister to his brother’s hand at happiest occasion of “Rakha Bhandan” for "mangalkamna". In marriage ceremony moli tied the married couple with each other. Today Moli is tie by people on their hand as fashion and dharmik Astha. Moli also offered by one friend to other friend on Friendship Day.
Even it’s a fact that we are using moli on every moment of our life since birth till death.

Product Name Inner Packing Master Packing
Jalani Moli Avg. 10gm Avg. 100 pic = 1 kg 25 kg in a Katta / Bag
Jalani Moli Avg. 10gm (Multicolour) Avg. 100 pic = 1 kg 25 kg in a Katta / Bag
Jalani Moli Avg. 20gm Avg. 50 pic = 1 kg 25 kg in a Katta / Bag
Jalani Moli Avg. 40gm Avg. 25 pic = 1 kg 25 kg in a Katta / Bag
Jalani Moli Avg. 40gm (Multicolor) Avg. 25 pic = 1 kg 25 kg in a Katta / Bag
Jalani Moli Small Size Avg. 5gm (Poojan Wali) Avg. 200 pic = 1 kg 25 kg in a Katta / Bag

What is Moli/ Mouli / Kalava?

Moli is a 100% cotton thread, it’s red thread roll and it has small yellow parts in between the red string. Normally moli, which is available in the market, does not contain good quality of colors and it leaves color on the cloths as well on the skin. Today the time is change, Jalani Traders introduces a scientific made good quality of moli, which is made up of 100 % pure cotton with use of superior color quality. Jalani moli considered being very sacred and used in all religious purposes of the Hindus.

Traditional use of Moli / Mouli / Kalava

Jalani Moli is used as an offering of cloth to the deity. It is worn while performing Hindu rituals like Yajna and Puja. Jalani Mouli thread is an integral part of any puja. Normally Jalani Mouli is tied before the start of the puja, Jalani Mouli thread is tied around the wrist of the members of the family and all those who attend the prayer ceremony. As a rule all males and married females wear it on the right hand. Unmarried females wear it on their left hands. The basic significance of wearing Jalani Mouli is to get blessings from God.

Historical aspect of Moli

Since ancient time people like to ware moli on their wrist, neck & waist as a good luck charm or as a culture. As per the tradition, on any occasion like house and office inauguration, purchase of any kind of vehicle, home and office appliances we tied moli on that. Moli is tie on the appliance for their safety and long running life.

Benefits of Wearing moli

• From the ancient time vaid (Indian tradition Doctor) believe that our whole body is control by the wrist nerve (Vein) so if we wear moli on the wrist, it help to control the whole body blood circulation.
• Now days Doctor’s suggest to wear a belt on wrist to control the blood pressure. But old people believe that wearing Moli is more effective than belt. They always gave suggestion to tie moli on wrist 6 to 7 rounds to control the blood pressure level.
• Every mother wants to keep their child away from any social insecurity (does not seem so evil), so they like to tie moli on their child’s wrist, neck & waist.
• Traditionally we are using moli in the temple & mosque as a “mannat ka dhaaga” (Votive Thread).


Moli Make Relation Good

Moli tied by sister to his brother’s hand at happiest occasion of “Rakha Bhandan” for "mangalkamna". In marriage ceremony moli tied the married couple with each other. Today Moli is tie by people on their hand as fashion and dharmik Astha. Moli also offered by one friend to other friend on Friendship Day.
Even it’s a fact that we are using moli on every moment of our life since birth till death.