Category Archives: Rudraksha

Rudraksha is one of the most commonly used beads amongst the Hindus. The tree on which it grows belongs to the species of Elaeocarpus Ganitrus found in the Himalayas. The seed of the fruit of this tree is used as a bead and is classified into four categories according to their shape and sizes.

10 Mukhi Rudraksha Benefits

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10 Mukhi Rudraksha Benefits It is blessed by Lord Vishnu, according to Nirnaya Sindhu, Mantramaharnava and Shrimad Devibhagwat. As per Rudrakshajabalopanishad, 10 mukhi is blessed by Yamraj, the God of Death, and by Dashdigpal, the controller and guardian of ten directions. It eliminates sufferings ,used by the influence the nine planets, Betals and Brahmarakshas, and […]

9 Mukhi Rudraksha Benefits

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9 Mukhi Rudraksha Benefits Nine mukhi rudraksha is blessed by Durga (the Goddess Shakti, who took birth on Earth nine times in different forms to protect her followers. These nine goddesses — Sheilputri, Brahmacharni, Chandraghanta, Kosshmanda, Skandmata, KaNyani, Kalratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidatti — are worshipped during the festival of Navaratri. As per Padma Puran and […]

7 Mukhi Rudraksha Benefits

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7 Mukhi Rudraksha Benefits This rudraksha is assigned to the seven Martrikas (seven mothers), Sun, Saptarishis (seven great sages) Mahasen (Kartikeya), Anang (Kamdev), Ananta (Vaasuki, the king of snakes) and Nagrata (Nagraja). Most popularly, it is assigned to Ananta, meaning the supreme Lord (Brahm), who is dimensionless. As per Brahma Puran, which is dedicated to explain the […]

6 Mukhi Rudraksha Benefits

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6 Mukhi Rudraksha Benefits Shrimad Devibhagwat assigns the six mukhi rudraksha to Kartikeya and Nirnaya Sindhu, calls it Guhasangyak (meaning hidden knowledge) and Jabalopanishad assigns it jointly to Kartikeya and Ganesh (both sons of Lord Shiva). It is known for refining wisdom, improving power of expression and increasing willpower. Using this rudraksha also pleases the […]

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