prayer beads 📿

There’s nothing more religious than a necklace of prayer beads to get you started on praying. The Prayer Beads emoji, also known as the monk beads, have been used in religious events. The emoji designs the prayer beads as wooden beads with a tassel. Most platforms have them in red color, while some have them in white, purple, and yellow. The prayer beads emoji are also known as the Dhikr beads or the Rosary beads.

Using the prayer beads emoji is often related to images or activities that gear towards religion. The most common use of this emoji is when someone is praying. It is typically placed next to other religious emojis such as the Church emoji, Kaaba emoji, Mosque emoji, or the Person Kneeling emoji and Person Bowing emoji to further describe what kind of prayer they are currently doing.

Sometimes, the prayer beads are used beside the Nazar Amulet emoji to indicate a spiritual defense against temptation or other negative creatures. Placing the Crystal Ball emoji with the prayer beads would indicate that the person is either having a tarot reading, a psychic, or having an activity involving the supernatural.

Finally, sometimes the prayer beads are designed to become a fashion statement rather than for religious activities. A person wearing beads could be cosplaying or wearing them casually. An example would be if someone were to cosplay Kyo from Fruits Basket, he or she would then place the Cat emoji next to the prayer beads emoji, which are popular symbols for the character.

📿 Prayer Beads is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 8.0 which was introduced in 2015, and was added to Emoji 1.0.

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This Prayer Beads Is Also Known As:

prayer beads

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rosary emoji

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rosary bead emoji

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Prayer Beads Emoji On Different Platforms

Prayer Beads Emoji History

Prayer Beads Emoji is created in the year 2015.

Prayer Beads Emoji Unicode Data