A Rudraksha Mala (Garland), made with 54 authentic 5 faced Rudraksha beads. This mala is ideal for worshipping Lord Rudra (Shiva), during puja or japa.
Introducing this authentic Rudraksha Mala. The Rudra (Shiva) Aksha (Eye) represents the 'Eye of Lord Shiva', denoting its significance to the deity. So, it is often used as a prayer bead, during puja or japa dedicated to Lord Shiva. Rudrakshas are commonly strung together as beads to form a garland of Rudrakshas - or a Rudraksha Mala. Rudraksha trees are typically found at the foothills of the Himalayas and Nepal.
These trees yield Rudraksha fruit - also known as amritaphala - the seeds of which dry over time and form the Rudraksha beads. These beads typically have between 1 and 14 'faces', and each number of faces holds a unique significance. This particular Rudraksha Mala is made of 54 beads, each with 5 faces. The 5 faced Rudraksha is believed to represent Kaal Agni Rudra - the form of Rudra that represents the Fire (Agni) that is Time (Kaal).
This garland is made with a simple but effective velvet. The Rudraksha is well known for its spiritual significance, and has a soothing effect on the mind and soul. Elevate your puja, japa, meditation or other spiritual activities with this authentic Rudraksha Mala.
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