A legend says Lord Shiva was meditating for many years, when one day he opened his eyes to look down on earth, at this point out of compassion several tears fell down and grew to become Rudraksha trees.
A person who wears all Rudrakshas becomes like me, So all human beings should try at all levels to wear Rudrakshas. Lord Shiva mentions in Shiva Maha puran.
The miraculous properties Rudraksh is mentioned in the ancient Indian scriptures such as Shiva mahapuran and Jabal Upanishad. The fruit is blue in colour but can be green or turn purple with age. The trees originated in South East Asia, namely Java, Borneo, Sumatra and later the seeds were planted in Nepal and other parts of India.
Benefits of Rudraksh beads
The scientific evidence is that the beads act as a capacitor, storing energy and can send out subtle electrical impulses and induce vibrations. This results in helping our nervous system, lowering blood pressure, increased concentration, and reducing stress. The Rudraksha is also a kind of shield against negative energies which may harm the body.
It is also said in the scriptures that Hindu yogis wearing these experienced tremendous amount of tranquillity and inner peace which helped them meditate in focused manner.
Originally there were 108 types in the form of different faces, known as mukhis this can be counted by the series of lines across the seed, but today there are only 38 types. Each mukhi has different electrical impulses. Most Rudrakshas are five faced as in the example shown here. The rarest being the one faced symbolizing Lord Shiva himself. The Rudraksha possess mystical and divine properties and create a protection for the wearer. The smaller the Rudraksha the more auspicious. They range from 4-25mm in diameter. The larger variety are mainly produced in Nepal, whilst the Asian countries produce the smaller bead. Rudraksha is usually worn by devotees of Lord Shiva, but can be worn by anyone, regardless of race, gender or faith.
PLEASE BE AWARE:
We have noticed there are now so many fakes on the major online seller stores, customers must be careful. These are man-made beads and have no benefits whatsover. This is a typical 21 mukhi made using denture glue, sold with fake certificates. The real 21 mukhi Nepali would usually sell for over $50K. The fakes are usually 9 mukhi upwards.
If you are looking for genuine Rudraksha beads, an alternative to the regular sellers, you have come to the right place. We don’t just try to sell the most expensive beads, but try to find the appropriate Rudraksha for the correct situation.