Ultimate Guide on Rudraksha
/ 04, Nov, 2023
The Das Mukhi Rudraksha has ten natural lines on its surface and this Rudraksha represents the Gods of all ten directions. This Rudraksha also shields us from the sins of our body's 10 organs. Because this Mukhi is controlled by Lord Vishnu, it signifies Lord Krishna, Lord Vishnu's 8th Avatar and the world's preserver. Ten Mukhi Rudraksha possesses the power of Lord Dashavatara Narayan, an incarnation of Lord Krishna, and their blessings assist the wearer in overcoming obstacles and protecting the wearer, and the blessings of all these gods will be bestowed onto the wearer.
/ 27, Oct, 2023
Pure 9 Mukhi Rudraksha is a bead with nine faces or Mukhs. The lines from one side to the other represent the parts of the bead. The Rudraksha beads are divine and auspicious and found in many types. They are a fruit of a tree called Elaeocarpus Ganitrus mostly found at the foothills of the Himalayas. The Nine Mukhi Rudraksha beads are rare and unique. Their mythological and astrological significance makes them valuable as well as the scientific proof that the rudraksha beads have healing properties, adds to their worth.
/ 16, Oct, 2023
An original 8 Mukhi Rudraksha bead is a source of power and has many healing properties. The rudraksha beads have the blessings of Lord Shiva. The Hindu religion has many scriptures that state that the rudraksha beads are the solidified forms of the tears of Lord Shiva. Every type of rudraksha bead has a unique property because every bead type is a different tear of God Shiva.
/ 06, Oct, 2023
रुद्राक्ष की माला हिंदू धर्म में सबसे पवित्र मालाओं में से है। हालाँकि रुद्राक्ष की माला का उपयोग दुनिया भर में विभिन्न संस्कृतियों और धर्मों के लोगों द्वारा किया जाता है, फिर भी हिंदू धर्मग्रंथों में इस माला को सबसे अधिक महत्व दिया गया है।
/ 18, Sep, 2023
Rudraksha beads are a blessing to humankind. Their significance is given in our mythologies and scriptures as well as in our history and culture. Hindu religion believes in the powers of the rudraksha bead because their scriptures mention the various benefits of the rudraksha, along with its power. Rudraksha with its properties can spiritually guide a person. This is why these beads are used highly during spiritual practices, especially in India.
/ 08, Sep, 2023
अनेक प्रकार के रुद्राक्ष धरती पर पाए जाते है जिनमे से एक है 2 मुखी रुद्राक्ष | दो मुखों वाला यह रुद्राक्ष मनका आसानी से पहचाना जा सकता है क्यूंकि इसके द्विमुख इसे दर्शाते है। हालाँकि, यह रुद्राक्ष के सबसे दुर्लभ रूपों में से एक है और इसे आसानी से पाया नहीं जाता। विशिष्ट रुद्राक्ष की उत्पत्ति रुद्राक्ष के पेड़ों पर होती है, जिन्हें वैज्ञानिक रूप से एलेओकार्पस गैनिट्रस के नाम से जाना जाता है। जब रुद्राक्ष पूरी तरह से पकते है और टूट कर निचे गिर जाते है वे ही सबसे लाभदायक माने जाते है। सर्वोत्तम गुणवत्ता वाले 2 मुखी रुद्राक्ष मिलना कठिन है।सबसे ज्यादा रुद्राक्ष की उत्पत्ती नेपाल और जावा इंडोनेशिया के क्षेत्रों में होती है।
/ 04, Sep, 2023
6-Face Six Darshan is the name given to Rudraksha. "Rudraksha" means "Lord Shiva's tears." The Six Mukhi Rudraksha is said to be controlled by Kartikeya, one of Shiva's sons who is considered to symbolize our senses and is known to be six-headed. Lord Kartikeya was a famous warrior noted for his powerful personality, courtesy, rapid action, bravery, and ultimate command skills. Wearing the six Mukhi Rudraksha attracts the positivity and qualities of the valiant Lord Kartikeya.
/ 31, Aug, 2023
Rudraksha beads are seeds of the rudraksha tree known as Elaeocarpus Ganitrus. These beads are highly auspicious because of their importance in the Hindu religion and among many cultures all around the world. There are many types of rudraksha beads found all around the world.
/ 26, Aug, 2023
Teen-Mukhi Rudraksha is a highly fortunate bead that has historically been used as a prayer bead in Hinduism (especially Shaivism). When completely matured, 3 Mukhi Rudraksha seeds have a blue outer shell, thus the moniker "blueberry beads." Three Mukhi Rudraksha represents three types of Agni (fire) as well as three Devas (Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh).
/ 19, Aug, 2023
The 2 Mukhi Rudraksha is a rudraksha bead with two faces or Mukhs and is one of the rarest forms of the rudraksha bead. The distinct Rudraksha beads originated on Rudraksha trees scientifically known as Elaeocarpus ganitrus. When the fruit is ripped, they form their appearance as faces on their own and fall off the trees.