Rudraksha beads are wonders of nature; there is no end to the forms that these beads can take. Devotees see different forms in these beads based on their self-realization. However, some special forms of beads are universally recognized.
Ganesh Rudraksha is a bead with a trunk-like protrusion on its body giving it the silhouette of an elephant head. Garlands (malas) of such beads are used to remove obstacles to success.
One Mukhi Rider (Savar)
One Mukhi Rider (Savar) is a moon-shaped Rudraksha bead naturally attached to (rides-on) another round Rudraksha bead. It is used as a generally available substitute for a round 1 Mukhi.
The Faceless Rudraksha(O Mukhi, Nirakar)
The Faceless Rudraksha(O Mukhi, Nirakar) is a mysterious bead. It contains nothing within it and yet it contains everything. Yogis rely on the Nirakar to cure all types of diseases and take the wearer closer to the Absolute. It removes all the impurities from the body and mind and converts them to zero.
22 to Higher Mukhi Rudraksha
Rudraksha beads with faces higher than 21 are very rare and their effects on the wearer are not documented in ancient texts. The Guru and the community of experts at Divine Heart Center have received direct knowledge from the Universe about the purpose of these highest Mukhi beads. This knowledge can be discussed with discerning devotees.
The wearers, devotees and collectors of Rudraksha beads have a variety of goals. Oftentimes, a synergistic combination of Rudraksha beads is required to help the wearer with their complex situations and ambitious goals. Divine Nepa Rudraksha provides consultation and can recommend a combination that is most suitable for you. The combinations are divided into the categories of Health, Wealth (or abundance), Relationships, Happiness and Spiritual Progress. A specific bead or a combination can also be suggested based on your profession or horoscope.
Universally synergistic malas of 1 to 16, 17, 18, 19 or 21 faced beads are available for the discerning wearer to multiply their power to manifest worthwhile goals. These malas are called Indra Mala, Mangal Mala, Siddha Mala and Sarva Siddha Mala. These should be treated as family heirlooms and passed on from generation to generation within the same family. Synergistic Rudraksha malas are a rare possession and should be considered as a valuable investment.