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Types of Rudraksha AND Uses



RUDRAKSHA 

 Rudraksha (also Rudraksh; Sanskrit: rudrākṣa ("Rudra's eyes") is a large evergreen broad-leaved tree whose seed is traditionally used for prayer beads in Hinduism. The seed is borne by several species of Elaeocarpus, with E. ganitrus being the principal species used in the making of a bead chain or mala. Rudraksha is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the name Rudra ("Shiva") and akṣha ("eyes").The specific epithet ganitrus is possibly taken from ganitri, the name for this species in Sundanese and Malay. Rudraksha Mala has been used by Hindus (as well as Sikhs and Buddhists) as rosary at least from the 10th century onwards for meditation purposes and to sanctify the mind, body and soul. The word Rudraksha is derived from Rudra (Shiva—the Hindu God of all living creatures) and aksha (eyes). One Hindu legend says that once Lord Shiva opened His eyes after a long period yogic meditation, because of extreme fulfillment He shed out a tear. This single tear from Shiva’s eye grew into the Rudraksha tree. Rudraksha fruit is blue in color but turns black when dried. The central hard Rudraksha uni-seed may have 1 to 21 faces.

Types of Rudraksha:

Rudraksha, or the Aksha of the Rudra (eyes of the Lord Shiva), are prominently categorized on the basis of the Mukha over it. Mukha are the number of natural lines which Rudraksha has over its shell. In fact, it is the foremost and the most prominent aspect of defining the Rudraksha type. On this ground, astrology approved for the presence of 14 forms of Rudraksha, and Gauri Shankar Rudraksha. 

EK Mukhi Rudraksha

Considered to denote for Lord Shiva himself, this Rudraksha is either found in cashew nut or half moon shape. It derives enhanced social and financial status, enhanced concentration, good luck, prosperity, power, success, and worldly comforts. Also, one conquers all rivalries. It helps one get precise about the world and truth, which enables him to remain unattached.

Mantra - Om Namaha Shivaya, Om Hreem Namaha

Ruling Planet - Sun

2 Mukhi Rudraksha

It represents Ardhanareshwar, a united form of Lord Shiva and Mata Parvati. It is extremely sacred in the beliefs of Vaishnavism, as they believe it to be a symbol of Lord Vishnu. According to Vedic religion, it is believed to be comprised of the entire evolution of cosmos, which makes it an unmatchable astrological instrument to be possessed. Usually found in an oval shape, it confers one with mystical powers. If worn in a red sacred thread, it derives utmost benefit out of itself.

Mantra - Om Shiva Shaktihi Namaha

Ruling Planet – Moon

3 Mukhi Rudraksha

It denotes for Lord Agni, the Hindu deity of fire. With that association, it is believed to be a highly sacred, auspicious, and powerful of Rudraksha forms. Similar to the act of fire which purifies everything that comes in its contact, this Rudraksha does the same. It liberates a soul from the evil deeds and thoughts of past, to bring it in absolute pure state. It derives one to the path of higher state of wisdom, with which one gains a profound and precise understanding of God and existence.

Mantra – Om Kleem Namah

Ruling Planet – Mars

4 Mukhi Rudraksha

It represents Lord Brahma, and is also believed to be the symbol of Chaturnan. The four lines on its shell are believed to denote for the four facets of Lord Brahma. They also represent for strive of souls for attainment of wisdom, meaning, action, fate, or freedom. If worn around neck or arm, it can derive enormous benefits.

Mantra - Om Hreem Namah

Ruling Planet – Mercury

5 Mukhi Rudraksha

It is astrologically believed to be a form of Pancheswor or Panchmukhi Shiva. Kaalagni, ano0ther fo0rm of Lord Shiva, is associated with this Rudraksha form. One who devotedly wears this Rudraksha, gets blessed with the blessings of Lord Shiva in the form of enormous materialistic benefits. It is highly rated as a magnificent and magical Rudraksha form with which one can come out of even the most traumatic of situations.

Mantra – Om Hreem Namah

Ruling Planet – Mars

6 Mukhi Rudraksha

Lord Kartikey or Lord Kumar, the son of Lord Shiva, is associated with this Rudraksha type. Other than him, Goddess Parvati also confers her blessings on the wearer of it. One gets conferred with concentration, determination, intelligence  , strength, poise, self-respect, a positive attitude, and a charismatic personality out of it. It also derives name, success, reputation, power, wealth, material comforts, and a happy family life. It augments one’s career prospective in favor to derive quick growth.

Mantra - Om Hreem Hum Namah

Ruling Planet – Venus

7 Mukhi Rudraksha

It represents for ‘Saptarishis’ or the seven great sages. Astrology also associates with the Avanta, the king of serpents and one of the prominent incarnation forms of Lord Shiva. This form can either be established in the worship place of house or can be placed in the locker room where wealth is stored. It is believed to be a tool of getting liberated from troubles, both financial and mental. It is in particularly recommended to those with their own business or trade.

Mantra - Om Hum Namah

Ruling Planet – Saturn

8 Mukhi Rudraksha

It is associated with Lord Ganesha. Mere wearing of this Rudraksha is considered to derive favorable results in any work, which one does with determination. Pther than that, it is believed to derive overall and absolute benefits on physical, mental, and spiritual aspects. With this Rudraksha form in possession, one gets less vulnerable to meet accidents, mishaps, miseries, and unforeseen happenings.

Mantra – Om Ganeshaya Namah

Ruling Planet – Rahu

9 Mukhi Rudraksha

Goddess Durga, the supreme deity representing for courage and strength, rules this Rudraksha form. 9 Mukhi Rudraksha is also believed to be a representation of its association with the Navadurga, the nine deities. Lord Yama, the Hindu lord of death, and Sage Kapila are also related with it. It has been observed and astrologically accepted that wearing this Rudraksha stimulates the hormonal system to perform better. Also, one gets conferred with improved concentration, endurance, mental sharpness, physical strength, spiritual wisdom, mental peace, and enhanced communication skills. It enables one to gain control over anger and fear.

Mantra – Om Hreem Hum Namaha

Ruling Planet – Ketu

10 Mukhi Rudraksha

Dusavtar, or the seven incarnations of Lord Vishnu are associated with 10 Mukhi Rudraksha form. It is considered to be apt for almost everyone. Those who wish to attain fame and have high aspirations for attaining career success are highly recommended to have it. According to Srimaddevibhagvat, it is one effective tool to remain unattached with worldly aspects of existence, as well as material torments, despairs, calamities, evil powers, and any sort of planetary ill-effects.

Mantra – Om Hreem  Namaha

Ruling Planet – Jupiter

11 Mukhi Rudraksha

‘Akads Rudra’, or the eleven forms of Lord Shiva are believed to be denoted through this Rudraksha form. It has always remained a popular form, as suggested by religious texts. Sages and saints used to wear it to have better meditation and spiritual practice. Also, with its high effectiveness, it is an essential part of religious rituals and practices. There is a highly accepted belief that the wearer of this Rudraksha gets conferred with the eleven heavenly virtues of Lord Eleven.

Mantra – Om Hreem Hum Namaha

Ruling Planet – Jupiter

12 Mukhi Rudraksha

According to Srimaddevibhagvat, 12 Mukhi Rudraksha form denotes for the twelve different facets of Lord Sun. Drawing from the intense radiance of Lord Sun, it helps one to create a strong and charismatic aura around oneself. It is considered as an effective substitute for 1 Mukhi Rudraksha. Those involved with administration, politics, or government service are bound to derive utmost out of it. One gets conferred with immense wealth, prosperity, and comfo0rt, which makes one live nothing short of a rich person.

Mantra - Aum Kraum Sraum Raum Namah

Ruling Planet – Sun

13 Mukhi Rudraksha

It represents for Lord Indra, the Hindu deity of rain. Wearing of this Rudraksha forms augments the aspects of love, affection, magnificence, and attraction. One gains an ability and personality with which one can easily attract and influence others in a positive way. One becomes master of his own destiny, and shapes it with actions. It also derives success, spirituality, strength, status, authority, and good luck in one’s life.

Mantra – Om Hreem Namah

Ruling Planet – Mars

14 Mukhi Rudraksha

It represents for the last incarnation of Lord Shiva, i.e. Lord Hanuman. It is highly sacred and rare form. With it being comprised of the immense divine powers, it is considered to be popular not only among beings, but also Gods and Goddesses. Wearing it is believed to derive the same virtues as hold by Lord Shiva himself. It augments one’s instinct to the extent from where one can easily make precise predictions about the future.

Mantra – Om Shivaya Namaha

Ruling Planet - Saturn

Gauri Shankar Rudraksha

It is a blend of two Rudraksha, representing for the blend form of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Is established in the worship place of the house, it fulfills all justified desires of its wearers. Also, it derives peace, love, happiness, and harmony in family.

Rudraksha benefits, Uses of Rudraksha beads :


Rudraksha beads can be worn or can be kept in the temple at home or work place. 

Rudraksha beads is a great medicine for Hypertension (Blood Pressure)

Rudraksha beads can be hanged on the front doors of the temple, home and workplace (in shape of bunch). Also hanging it in the corners of your Office, Board Room, Meeting room will help you in a great deal.

Rudraksha beads never gives negative energies; therefore they don’t have ill effects of any kind on anyone.

Rudraksha beads is a great energy one should wear to get fame, name, good fortune, never-ending wealth, property and respect in the society.

Different mukhi Rudraksha have their respective Gods as Pradhan Devatas from Lord Surya, Hanuman, Vishnu, Brahma, Durga and Kartikya and of course Lord Shiva himself  and by wearing them we get blessings of all of them.

Everyone in the world should wear rudraksha beads.





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