Tibetan Buddhist Mala's Counters Bhum Bum Bumi Bume Counters
A 'bhum' counter, often a small brass or silver clasp used to count 1000 repetitions, and is moved forward between the main beads of the mala, starting at the Guru bead, with each accumulation of 1000.
Bum counter, also called 1,000 counter, was used to be placed on the mala and it is used to count multiples of 1,000. When this counter makes it's way around the entire mala, one has accomplished the required 100,000 repetitions. Also known as 10,000 counters or Bum Counters Used for keeping track of hundreds, thousands, or hundreds of thousands of mantras.
Handmade Silver Bum Counter Mala's Bume Counter. This bum counter was handworked in silver.
This bum counter is good for malas beads size from 5mm, 6mm, 7mm , 8mm or any size. Bum Clip on Charm counter size aprox .5"