RUDRAKSHA the auspicious and powerful bead, from ancient times, has the virtue to change your life. Since time immemorial, ornaments made of Rudraksha beads have been worn by sages and saints to attain self-empowerment and live a fearless life on the path to Enlightenment and Liberation.
Other Types Of Beads
- Ganesh Rudraksha
- One Mukhi Rider
- Faceless Rudraksha
- Power Combinations
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How to take care of Rudraksha
Take care of Rudraksha
Rudraksha is a Natural Bead and requires proper care & maintenance. It can get damaged / broken subjected to natural wear & tear. Here are a few suggestions from our end so that your Rudraksha Beads lasts for a long time and continue to give you its Blessings:
- The Rudraksha Beads / Mala / Bracelet received by you are Energized before being sent to you, and therefore you do not have to perform any kind of ritual from your end
- You may keep the Rudraksha beads at any pious place after you have received them from us and then start wearing them from any Monday morning after taking bath
What is Rudraksha
RUD RAKSHA - the auspicious and powerful bead, from ancient times, has the virtue to change your life. Rudraksha has fascinated people across the world due to its mystical properties. Primarily, it is a symbol of spirituality, good omen and is believed to have healing properties. It symbolizes Lord Shiva. In Sanskrit, Rudra means Lord Shiva, and Aksha means eyes. Lord Shiva, one of the Trinities of the Hindu religion, Himself is the first ardent user of Rudraksha. Shiva's images and idols are shown wearing these beads around His neck.