15 Mukhi Rudraksha is very dear to Lord Shiva because it is the symbol of Lord Pashupati Nath and he himself is a form of Lord Shiva. In the name of Lord Pashupati Nath, a Grand Temple in the form of Divya Peeth was established in Nepal. Continue reading about 15 Mukhi Rudraksha.
हिंदी में पढने के लिए क्लिक करें पन्द्रह मुखी रुद्राक्ष |
The term Rudraksha (Rudra i.e. Shiva + aksha i.e. eye) stands for the eyes of Lord Shiva implying thereby that it was pleasant to the eyes of Lord Shiva, and hence named in His Honour.
How to wear 15 Mukhi Rudraksha ?
15 Mukhi Rudraksha must be worn after Siddhi (method of purification & charging with Mantra). Before sending the bead to you, we always perform Siddhi free of cost. It should be worn on Monday. Wash it with milk.
The mantra to wear this bead is “Mrityunjay Mantra” but if you find it difficult then you can simply wear it by enchanting the beej Mantra of Lord Shiva i.e “OM NAMAH SHIVAYA”.
Why Rudrakshas are oiled?
Rudrakshas are oiled to strengthen them and to save them from insects. Oiling doesn’t change a low quality bead into fine quality. Oiling is done only to improve the skin and strength of the bead. ALWAYS keep the bead oiled. After regular cleaning, oil it and treat it with incense. This is of UTMOST importance, especially when not using the bead for sometime, or storing it for a while.
How to check quality of Rudrakshas?
Many get confused with the shape and size. One should not seriously worry about it. Just see that the Mukhs are well defined and corns & contours are natural.