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Rudraksha is a seed traditionally used for prayer beads in Hinduism. The seed is produced by several species of large evergreen broad-leaved tree Elaeocarpus, and is used in the making of organic jewelry or mala. Rudraksha, being organic in nature, is generally worn on a silk or cotton thread and not on metal. Rudraksha, in Hindu mythology is considered to bestow a divine and spiritual power on the wearer. Especially it is preferred for those who keep wandering from one place to another, like in early days sadhus and sants used to do. It helps in defending against all sorts of ills and attain material prosperity. We are the suppliers of original and pure rudraksha and other such mystical products in Mathura.


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  1. 1 Mukhi Rudraksha

    1 mukhi rudraksha is considered to be the best and rarest amongst all. The power of 1 mukhi leads to attainment of liberation/ moksha by mankind as it is believed to represent the consciousness of Lord Shiva. It helps us in gross meditation so as to penetrate through one’s inner self. So, get it and feel right away!!
  2. 14 Mukhi Rudraksha

    14 Mukhi Rudraksha, also known as the Divine Gem or dev Mani , is the symbol of Lord Hanuman. This category of Rudraksha is considered to be most powerful and highly effective. One who is carrying it, is believed to gain fearlessness, courage and excellence by the grace of Lord Hanuman. Also, it helps in suppressing all evils and negative forces, thus, bringing success.
  3. 13 Mukhi Rudraksha

    13 Mukhi Rudraksha is a symbol of Lord Indra and Kaamdeva. It is considered to be highly effective in energizing self and achieve all earthly pleasures. One who seeks this Rudraksha is believed to be benefited by developing a charismatic and impressive personality which helps in attaining wealth and prosperity and good public relations.
  4. 12 Mukhi Rudraksha

    12 Mukhi Rudraksha is a symbol of Lord Surya, the Sun. Inspiring from its strengths, the person who wears this Rudraksha possesses lustre, radiance, brilliance and effectiveness. Also it helps in alleviating physical and mental sufferings, and in turn, providing health, wealth and happiness.
  5. 11 Mukhi Rudraksha

    Ekadash Mukhi is a symbol of Lord Hanuman and also represents Lord Vishnu. Consequently, it the wearer of this Rudraksha becomes courageous, witty and clever. Lord Vishnu helps to seek victory, peace, luck and happiness.
  6. 10 Mukhi Rudraksha

    10 mukhi is a symbol of Lord Narayana, an incarnation of Shri Krishna and also represents Lord Vishnu. Therefore this rudraksha signifies energy and perseverance. Also, it saves from all negative energies, evils, black magic and sins.
  7. 9 Mukhi Rudraksha

    Nav Mukhi Rudraksha is a symbol of goddess Durga, comprising Shakti of all Nav Devis or goddesses. Therefore, this Rudraksha helps in healing energy and destroying all evils, sins and worries. The person who wears this rudraksha is said to become fearless, powerful and dynamic, by the grace of all nav durgas.
  8. 8 Mukhi Rudraksha

    Astha Mukhi Rudraksha is a symbol of Lord Ganesha, the son of Lord Shiva. As we all know Lord Ganesha is known to be “vighnaharta” means remover of obstacles. Therefore, this Rudraksha brings success to your lives by overcoming all hurdles. Moreover, by grace of Lord Ganesha, one is able to prosper in health, wealth and peace.
  9. 7 Mukhi Rudraksha

    Sapt Mukhi Rudraksha is a symbol of Mahalaxmi, the goddess of power wealth and peace. So, it is believed to bestow peace, good luck, health, name, fame and wealth upon the wearer.
  10. 6 Mukhi Rudraksha

    Six Mukhi Rudraksha is a symbol of Lord Karthikey, son of Lord Shiva. This Rudraksha enhances courage, will power , power of expression and wisdom. Also, one who wears it becomes disciplined & organized and disowns laziness, lust and ego.
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