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How To Get More Results Out Of Your Rudraksha


If one wants a transformation in his life and wants to get rid of things that are difficult for him to try and do, or if one wants to live a life of purity, then such people must choose Rudraksha.

Originating from the tears of Lord Shiva, Rudraksha is one of the most powerful medicinal woods among all medicinal objects. People who have the motive to turn their life into a good thing will surely taste success wearing Rudraksha.

Rudraksha is very powerful over any gems, yantra, tantra, mantra and yantra. Generally, one who wears and worships Rudraksha is blessed with many things like prosperity, peace and health. Still, one should follow all precautions before wearing rudraksha to get all the benefits and blessings of rudraksha.


  • During the morning when one wears rudraksha, rudraksha mantra and rudraksha origin mantra should be chanted 9 times at that time. Also it has to be repeated before sleeping additionally after removing the Rudraksha. Once removed the Rudraksha should be kept in a holy place where you worship.
  • The best time to wear Rudraksha is in the morning. One should take bath and then wear Rudraksh or mala. Whenever you wear Rudraksh, always chant the mantra while wearing it. Also worship her and offer incense stick and ghee diya (lamp) to her. One should not wear Rudraksha before taking a bath and even touch it with dirty hands.
  • Rudraksha wearer must avoid eating non-vegetarian food and should not drink alcohol. He should always speak the truth and he must visit the temple of Lord Shiva for his blessings.
  • One important thing, Rudraksha should never ever be taken to cremation and burial place. Even during the delivery of a newborn or where a new baby is born, rudraksh should be avoided there as well.
  • One should never wear Rudraksha during intercourse.
  • Women must not wear Rudraksha during menstruation or when they are having their menstrual cycle.
  • Always keep your Rudraksha clean. Dust and dirt can settle in the pores of the bead. Clean them as often as you can. If the thread is dirty or damaged, replace it. After cleaning, wash your Rudraksha with some blessed pure holy water or milk. This helps preserve its sanctity.
  • Always keep Rudraksha oiled. After regular cleaning, oil the bead and offer them incense. This is of utmost importance. Especially if you don’t use the bead for a while or don’t store it for a long time.
  • Many are confused with the shape and size. One should not really worry about it. One must take care of this thing that the mukhi you buy should be well defined and should be natural, should not have any cracks.
  • Rudraksha is hot tempered. Some people just can’t wear it. Their skin shows signs of allergy. So it is better not to use, Keep the beads in the Puja room and offer daily Namaskars to them.
  • The small one we wear around our neck is made up of 108 beads or 54 beads. A japa mala can have as few as 27 beads. Do not use mala mala as japa mala or interchangeably as the purpose of each and every one is different. before wearing rudraksha take this mala to lord shiva temple and offer rudra abhishek. Only then should it be worn. One should chant the mantra “OM NAMAH SHIVAY” at least 3 times while wearing it.
  • Since Rudraksha is incredibly divine and pure in nature, it should be kept in gold. Exceptions are allowed. Silver or thick red or black thread is even fine for rudraksha. It is also advisable to remove the beads when bathing, as excess soap dehydrates the beads natural oil. They must be worn with faith, respect and one should love them. Divine Rudraksha beads are worn by everyone irrespective of age, caste gender, creed, culture and location.
  • Rudraksha is a divine gift and therefore very rare. There are a number of processes through which Rudraksha beads can be energize and can give the best results. The best and most auspicious day to wear Rudraksh is Monday because Monday is dedicated to Lord Shiva or it can be were every day with proper rituals and worship.

Instructions for Rudraksha Mala?

The beads are usually strung together as a mala. It is to be believe that traditionally the number of balls is 108 and plus 1.

Another 1 ball is know as bindu or meru. It should be believe that there must always be 1 meru for each mala, if this is not the case, then the energy give by the rudraksh becomes cyclical and people who are really very sensitive can suffer from dizziness. It is recommend for an adult not to wear a mala of less than 84 beads. They should wear a rudraksha mala which consists of at least 85 beads and 84 plus is even good to go.

  • If you shower only with clean cold water without using any soap or chemicals, then it is good to pour the water on the Rudraksha and also on your body.
  • When making Rudraksha mala it is best to thread it with silk thread or cotton thread which is even good.
  • When you choose to wear Rudraksha in a thread, care must be take to wear the thread.
  • In case you want to wear Rudraksha mala in gold or copper color that is also fine but you have to be careful. In case you decide to go to a jeweller, make sure that when the jeweler ties the knot with gold wire, it should not be tight, otherwise the Rudraksha may develop a crack inside. Therefore, it is very important that you
  • take care of this thing and make sure the ties or knot are loose.

You can always wear Mala. However, even at the time of showering, there is only one thing to keep in mind, do not use chemical soap on it. just go with plain cold water.

Because the soap will tend to enter the pores of the Rudraksha and this will result in cracking and brittleness in the Rudraksha. Therefore, soap should be avoide.

Rituals and method of wearing Rudraksh.

We are all aware of the importance of Rudraksha. But one should keep in mind that they should always wear 2 Mukhi Rudraksha with proper rituals and methods so that they can have the blessings of Rudraksha. The Rudraksha wearer should always undergo a purification journey to wear the Rudraksha.

Shukla paksha Monday is consider to be the most auspicious day for wearing Rudraksh.



  1. Panchgavya – It is a mixture of cow dung mix with cow urine along with milk, ghee and curd. If you are unable to use this material, simply prepare pankahmrit, which consists of 5 ingredients: sugar, cow’s milk, honey, curd and ghee.
  2. Arrange the holy water which is ganga jal (gauge holy water) along with the khushra grass. The amount of ganga jal should be at least 1 teaspoon. In case ganga jal is not available, you can also go for pure fresh water.
  3. Leaves of peepal trees (usually 9 in number) and wash them and then stack them on a plate.
  4. A clean plate or vessel that is use to offer prayers in Pooja.
  5. Agarbatti (incense stick) and guggal dhoop.
  6. Diya/(lamp) and camphor (camphor)
  7. Sandalwood paste and sandalwood oil or mustard oil.
  8. Pure and clean uncooked rice mixed with Asthagandha.
  9. One large ghee lamp (one with only one wick)
  10. For offering in pooja – (coconut (dry and whole), cloth towel or handkerchief, 5 different seasonal fruits, betel nut (supari in Hindi), betel leaves (pan ke patte) and flowers).
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