Rudraksha Plant

Rudraksha Plant Although there are no specific prohibitions, it is more common for women to wear beads made of other materials, such as pearls.

Rudraksha beads may be strung together as a mālā and used to count the repetition of a mantra or prayer, similar to the use of rosaries in Christianity. Most garlands contain 108 beads plus one, as 108 is considered sacred and a suitable number of times to recite a short mantra. The extra bead, called the "meru", bindu or "guru bead", helps mark the beginning and end of a cycle of 108, 

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Rudraksha Plant Although there are no specific prohibitions, it is more common for women to wear beads made of other materials, such as pearls.

Rudraksha beads may be strung together as a mālā and used to count the repetition of a mantra or prayer, similar to the use of rosaries in Christianity. Most garlands contain 108 beads plus one, as 108 is considered sacred and a suitable number of times to recite a short mantra. The extra bead, called the "meru", bindu or "guru bead", helps mark the beginning and end of a cycle of 108, as well as having symbolic value as a 'principle' bead. It is believed that, as a sacred material, rudraksha beads are able to hold onto to energy of the recited mantra and aid the worshiper in his or her concentration and spiritual development.

Single rudraksha beads may be worn around the neck as a form of protection, or on the skin in other forms of jewellery such as bracelets and earrings.

SKU0413

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0.5 ft to8 ft