The rosary is made of Czech glass beads, a die-cast Crucifix and medals made in Italy. At the center is a Miraculous Medal on one side and a small container with the Holy water from Lourdes, France. The rosary is made with quality silver-toned pins and chains.
The diameter of the bead is 6 mm. The length of the rosary is 50 cm. The number of nodules is 50.
The rosary is one of the oldest Christian prayer "tools" and symbols. A rope with special knots is knotted on it (one of the oldest forms of the rosary) is used during repeated prayers to count their number. Traditionally, a rosary has 50 or 100 knots divided into dozens with large beads. Thus, during the prayer on it the ten times repetition of the Jesus or the Virgin Mary prayer is completed by the prayer "Our Father". The rosary, as a sacred object, ends with a cross offering his prayers before God.
Rosaries are a must for every monk, but rosary prayer is also common for laypeople. During the pilgrimage, Christians take rosaries with them and consecrate them by attaching them to shrines (miraculous icons, relics of saints).