Rudraksha

Exploring Divine Protection: Unlock the 10 Mukhi Rudraksha Blessing. 

10 Mukhi Rudraksha

The 10 Mukhi Rudraksha is the most popular sacred bead in Hinduism and Buddhism. The number of each line on their surface describes the faces of Rudraksha. All kinds of Rudrakaksha come in two variants, first one is the Nepal variant and the Indonesian one, the Indonesian one is quite smaller in size as compared to the Nepal variant of Rudraksha, And the Indonesian Rudraksha is also quite common, And if we talk about the effect, that too is less than that of Indonesian variant as compared to Nepal variant.

These are some of the main reasons why the Nepal variant is quite expensive and Java Indonesian is quite inexpensive. It is associated with the Lord Vishnu the preserver of the universe in Hindu mythology.

This 10 Mukhi Rudraksha has 10 facets and each facet represents incarnations (avatars) of Lord Vishnu. And that incarnation is like this  Matsya; Kurma; Varaha; Narasimha; Vamana; Parashurama; Rama; Krishna; Buddha and Kalki. These Rudraksha Symbolise the Power and Cosmic principles and serve spiritual evolution. We will talk about his incarnation later.

Mantra for 10 Mukhi Rudraksha:

According to our mythological stories and scriptures, the 10 Mukhi Rudraksha has these 4 Mantras: ॐ नमो नारायणाय (Om Namo Narayanaya), ॐ ह्रीं हुं नमः(Om Hreem Hoom Namah), ॐ शांति शांति शांति(Om Shanti Shanti Shanti), ॐ नमः शिवाय (Om Namah Shivaya). You can chant any of these mantras. This mantra will help in energizing your Rudraksha. After chanting, you should apply kumkum or sandalwood paste to your forehead. 

How to wear: 

Everyone says you should wear your Rudraksha only on your neck, but if you have any problem, you feel pain in wearing it on your hand. Also, before wearing it, there are some methods that you should follow. Before buying the Rudraksha, always make sure your Rudraksha is real and has a certificate of originality. Also, the certificate is from a reputable, famous lab.

After doing this, you have to do some methods before wearing it like this: you have to soak it in ghee one night before wearing it, and then on Monday morning at 4 o’clock, you take a bath and wash your Rudraksha. It should be washed with milk.

After that, you must go to the temple, take it to Lord Shiva, energize it, and chant this mantra, Om Namah Shivaye, 108 times. And then you can wear it. And remember that you should take it off and sleep if you are married. 

Shapes of 10 Mukhi Rudraksha: 

These 10 Mukhi Rudraksha Typically come in these 3 shapes: 

  1. Round: This is the most common shape for Rudraksha beads, the 10 Mukhi Rudraksha come round and have symmetrical and smooth shapes. And has 10 clifts on its surface, visible around its circumference. 
  2. Oval: the 10 Mukhi Rudraksha also came in oval shape. The beads are slightly long along one axis and maintain their 10 faces. 
  3. Irregular: it’s very rare that you have found the 10 Mukhi Rudraksha in irregular shape but you should check their quality and authenticity.

In the end, Whatever the shape of Rudraksha, do not buy it without checking its authenticity and quality and remember to have a certificate with it.

Benefits of rudraksha:

10 Mukhi Rudraksha

The 10 Mukhi Rudraksha is associated with various spiritual and medical benefits. Here are some of the commonly believed benefits:

Enhanced Concentration: Wearing 10 Mukhi Rudraksha can help you to improve consternation, Focus, and memory power. This Rudraksha is highly recommended for students, professors, and those who are preparing for any government exam or job.

Spiritual Growth: As you all know this Rudraksha is associated with Lord Vishnu, the preserver of the universe, after wearing this Rudraksha helps to aid in spiritual growth, inner peace, and harmony. 

Protection: Like every Rudraksha, it also protects you against the evil eye, evil spirits, and malefic influences. This Rudraksha behaves like a shield against negative entities and removes harmful obstacles from your life. 

Stress Relief: After wearing 10 Mukhi Rudraksha it is believed, that this will help you to reduce stress, anxiety and mental tension. This Rudraksha will balance your emotions and peace, leading to a calm state of mind. 

Health Benefits: Wearing this Rudraksha can help you to have a positive effect on physical health, including relief from ailments related to the brain and nervous system.

Success and Prosperity: The 10 Mukhi Rudraksha is associated with Lord Vishnu and this will give you success, prosperity, and abundance in various fields, whether it’s your career, business, or relationships.

Improvement in Communication: It is believed that wearing this Rudraksha can enhance your communication skills and help you to improve your interpersonal relationships.

Removal of Obstacles: People Believe that wearing the 10 Mukhi Rudraksha helps reduce Bad Obstacles in your life and makes it easy, it also reduces your challenges in life, providing a way for a smoother process and success.

All these benefits will work only when you wear Rudraksha honestly or with pure devotion. If you follow any rule or ignore any precautions then you will start seeing less of these effects.

Ruling planet for Rudraksha: 

Mantra for 10 Mukhi Rudraksha: According to our mythological stories and scriptures, The 10 Mukhi Rudraksha have this mantra. You can chant any of these mantras.

The mantra is something like this: ऊँ ह्रीं नमः (Om Hreem Namah). This mantra will help in energizing your Rudraksha. After chanting, you should apply kumkum or sandalwood paste to your forehead. 

Ruling God or 10 Mukhi Rudraksha:

The Ruling god of 10 Mukhi Rudraksha is Lord Vishnu. the preserver and protector in Hindu mythology. This sacred bead is believed to embody the blessings of all ten avatars (Dashavatara) of Lord Vishnu, making it extremely powerful and significant in spiritual practices.

How to take care of your 10 Mukhi Rudraksha: 

Please clean your Rudraksha with ghee before wearing it every day, or clean it with clean water, or after washing with clean water, dry your Rudraksha in clean velvet clothes. But keep in mind that you must wash it with ghee after every 6 months. And remember, do not wash with soap or minerals like this because it can be quite harmful. 

10 Mukhi Rudraksha Price:

In India, the price of 10 Mukhi Rudraksha is generally lower than international prices because it reduces international shipping costs. Here is an approximate price range. 

  1. Basic Quality: ₹1,500 to ₹3,000
  2. Good Quality: ₹3,000 to ₹7,000
  3. Premium Quality: ₹7,000 to ₹15,000+

For the most accurate pricing please check their certificate and authenticity, please buy this rudraksha from a reputable seller or store that specialises in Rudraksha.

Facts and Myth:

Facts about 10 Mukhi Rudraksha

  1. Divine Blessings: this Rudraksha is associated with and blessed by Lord Vishnu, the preserver of the universe. 
  2. Protection from Negative Energies: Like all Rudraksha, it also protects its wearer from evil eyes, negative energies and evil influences.
  3. Astrological Benefits: this Rudraksha will help you to reduce the inauspicious effects on all 9 planets and provide comprehensive astrological protection.
  4.  Health Benefits: This Rudraksha believes that it reduces your anxiety and stress and makes you calm.
  5. Spiritual Growth: This Rudraksha can help you to enhance your spiritual growth and your connection with the divine.
  6. Versatility: This Rudraksha is Suitable for all kinds of ages or all kinds of professions. No matter what your age you can wear it easily.
  7. Cultural Significance: This Rudraksha has a significant place in Hindu culture and is often worn for religious ceremonies and spiritual practices.

Myths about 10 Mukhi Rudraksha

  1. Only for Monks and Ascetics: The Most Common Myth about 10 Mukhi Rudraksha is that the Rudraksha can only be wearable by the Monks.
  2. Restricted Usage: Some users feel as if they have to follow very strict rules to wear this, but it is not so.
  3. Instant Results: This is a big myth that it will give you instant results, it is not so, it takes its time.
  4. Specific Astrological Conditions: Another myth is that it should be worn only when advised by an astrologer for specific planetary problems.
  5. Limited to Men: This is also a new myth in the market that only men can wear Rudraksha, it is not so, women can also wear Rudraksha, and there are some rules for that too.
  6. Needs Continuous Worship: This is also a myth that we should worship Rudraksha every day or energize it, this is not true,…yes you can worship but energizing it every day will be a very long task so don’t think of it. Therefore Rudraksha is energised only once.
  7. Unaffordable: It is not that all Rudrakshas are very expensive, some are also affordable but their varieties are quite different.

Rudraksha Jewelry:

Rudraksha beads are often revered in Hinduism and Buddhism. The term “Rudraksha” is derived from the Sanskrit words “Rudra” (a name for Lord Shiva) and “Aksha” (meaning eyes). According to Greek text and mythology, it is considered that it originated from the tears of Lord Shiva. It said that when Lord Shiva was Meditated on the welfare of humanity, his compassionate tears fell on the earth, from which Rudraksha trees grew. Rudraksha can also transform into beautiful and meaningful jewellery pieces. 

Size of Rudraksha:

The size of 10 Mukhi Rudraksha has Different Size But mostly you will get to see it in 15mm to 30mm Diameter.

Common Size Ranges

  1. Small: 15 mm to 18 mm
  2. Medium: 19 mm to 22 mm
  3. Large: 23 mm to 30 mm

The Size of 10 Mukhi Rudraksha beads doesn’t necessarily affect its spiritual or metaphysical properties. 

Some Slok Knowledge: 

Sloka 1

From Rudraksha Jabalo Upanishad:

Dashavaktrasya vaktreshu dasha devah sthita hi vai |

Dasha Mukhi cha yah pujayet sarvam papam pramuchyate ||

Translation: “In the ten faces (mukhis) of the 10 Mukhi Rudraksha, ten deities reside. Worshipping this Rudraksha helps one get rid of all sins.”

As per Shastras 10 Mukhi Rudraksha:

The 10 Mukhi Rudraksha is mentioned in several ancient texts and scriptures and reflects its importance in Hindu tradition and spirituality.

References in Shastras 

  1. Shiva Purana:
    • The importance of Rudraksha was all Written in Shiv Puran. It describes the 10 Mukhi Rudraksha as a powerful pearl blessed by Lord Vishnu. According to Shiv Puran, this will protect you from all evil entities and make you strong.
  2. Padma Purana:
    • The Padma Puran also mentions about 10 mukhi rudraksha that can reduce the negative impact on all nine planets and make them work smoothly, which helps you to cure any diseases easily.
  3. Skanda Purana:
    • The Skanda Purana has a detailed explanation of 10 Mukhi Rudraksha. It mentions that after wearing this you can achieve spiritual growth and enlightenment by enhancing the wearer’s connection to God.

Precautions:

  1. There are several precautions you should follow after wearing a Rudraksha: 
  2. You should not wear Rudraksha or go anywhere where a baby is about to be born.
  3. You should not wear Rudraksh and go to a place where someone has died.
  4. Or if you are going to sleep, you should remove Rudraksha and sleep.
  5. And if you are wearing your Rudraksha, then you should avoid meat, non-veg food or alcohol, and smoking, and neither should you do.
  6. And please do not touch your Rudraksha with dirty hands; it is recommended that you feel it with clean hands.

Some avatar knowledge:

The Great Lord Vishnu is the preserver of the universe and is also known for its various avatars The 10 Mukhi Rudraksha Define the 10 Avatars of Lord Vishnu. His incarnation is like this, 

  1. Matsya (Fish):

Purpose: The purpose of Matsya in Hinduism is to protect the Vedas and the Dharma during the Mahapralaya.

Description: This Avtar Looks Like a giant fish to guide a boat carrying the sages and all forms of life to safety.

2. Kurma (Tortoise):

Purpose: The purpose of Kurma (tortoise incarnation) is to provide support and stability during Samudra Manthan (churning of the ocean) to obtain the nectar of immortality.

Description: Lord Vishnu transforms into a giant tortoise to provide the nectar of immortality.

3. Varaha (Boar):

Purpose: To protect the world from Hiranyaksha.

Description: Lord Vishnu transforms into a giant boar and lifts the Earth from the cosmic ocean with his tusks.

4. Narasimha (Man-Lion):

Purpose: The purpose of this avatar is to protect his devote Prahlada and eliminate the demon king Hiranyakashipu because he did not kill any human, god or animal.

Description: Vishnu takes an avatar of half human and half lion and kills him at twilight.

5. Vamana (Dwarf):

Purpose: To Recover the power of the gods by subduing the demon king Bali.

Description: Lord Vishnu takes the avatar of dwarf Brahmin and asks King Bali for a three-piece of land, he denies, then Lord Vishnu grows to a giant size and covers the entire universe in three steps.

6. Parashurama (Warrior with an axe):
Purpose: To eliminate corrupt and oppressive Kshatriya (warrior) caste members and restore justice. 

Description: Lord Vishnu transforms into a Brahmin warrior who widely uses an axe to clean the earth and eliminate bad people.

7. Rama (Prince of Ayodhya):

Purpose: To uphold religion, set an example of religious life, and kill the biggest demon, Ravana.

Description: Lord Vishnu takes an avatar of Lord Rama and being a good king, husband, and son, wins a battle against the demon Ravana and saves his wife (Sita).

8. Krishna (Cowherd prince):

Purpose: To teach the Bhagavad Gita and destroy the evil Kansa.

Description: The major character of the Mahabharata, Krishna acts as a Chariot pilot and guide to Arjuna, teaching him the principles of dharma and devotion. 

9. Buddha (Enlightened One):

Purpose: To promote compassion and non-violence and discourage animal sacrifice.

Description: Vishnu transformed the avatar of Siddhartha Gautama, who attained enlightenment and founded Buddhism.

10. Kalki (Future warrior on a white horse):

Purpose: Looking at today’s Kali Yuga, when sin will be at its peak, our Kali men were born to free the earth from sin.

Description: It is predicted that Vishnu will appear as a warrior riding on a white horse, wielding a sword to destroy evil and usher in a new era of truth and virtue.

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