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Q: What are Rudraksha Beads ? Where are they available?
 
 
 
A: Rudraksha beads, botanically known as Elaeocarpus Ganitrus Roxb are the seeds of the Rudraksha fruit from Rudraksha trees, Rudraksha trees are found mainly in South Eastern Asian Islands of Java, Sumatra, Borneo, Bali, Iriyan Jaya, Timor of what is Known as modern day Indonesia and parts of South Asian Kingdom of Nepal, Around 70% of the Rudraksha trees are found in Indonesia, 25%from Nepal and 5% in India There are facets on the surface of the beads and they are called Mukhis.
 
 

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The ancient rudraksha beads are now gaining importance in the present day as the healing properties of rudraksha are being identified for various physical and mental problems. Rudraksha beads (botanical name: Eleao Carpus Granitrus) are the dried fruits of the rudraksha tree mainly found in Nepal/India. Rudraksha beads brings one to the alpha state in the body of the user.
 
Ancient vedas style of using rudraksha for different diseases and even Modern science has shown that the electromagnetic nature of rudraksha beads affect our neurophysiology in a specific manner that allows control of heart beat, blood pressure, stress levels, hypertension and at the same time relieves anxiety, depression and neurotic conditions.
 
 
  A rudraksha can be used for the treatment of suffering from cancer and AIDS. Rudraksha beads, used for the treatment can be done externally by wearing it and internally by drinking milk of rudraksha beads boiled in it and taking the finest dust of rudraksha mixed with water and different mukhi dust are use for different diseases.
 
  1. Heart, spine, diaphragm, thymus, blood ,veins , eye sight= 1 & 12 mukhi
  2. Stomach including gastric processes, breasts, lymphatic and non blood fluid systems, perspiration and saliva and sympathetic nervous system= 2 mukhi
  3. Hands, arms, lungs, sensory organs, thyroid glands , brain disorders= 4 mukhi
  4. Throat, neck, kidneys, sex organs, thyroid glands= 6 & 13 mukhi
  5. Sex glands, adrenal glands, red blood cells, stomach disorders, blood pressure disorders= 3 mukhi
  6. Liver, gallbladder, posterior lobe of the pituitary related to growth and thighs, blood pressure disorders= 5 mukhi
  7. Mental/Emotional tension,Depresion,Spleen, skeletal system including cartilage, skin, lower leg from the knee to the ankle and anterior lobe of the pituitary gland = 7 & 14 mukhi
  8. Skin problems , body pain= 9 mukhi
  9. Sleep disorders =8 mukhi
  10. Nervous system disorders= 11 mukhi
 
 
 
Rudraksha Energisation Process Details
 
 
 
Many buyers have asked us questions that how we do shudhikaran(energisation)/pooja of rudraksha beads?
 
We thought it would be a good idea if we give these details on our website itself.Please read the details given below on how pooja is performed step by step.
 
The following pooja is performed prior to wearing any Rudraksha bead/mala:-
 
 
 
The Rudraksha should be immersed in oil overnight. Then they are washed with Panchamrit(mixture of raw milk(unboiled),honey,curd,desi ghee & ganga jal), while chanting Shiva Mantra
 
 
 
"Om Namah Shivaye"
 
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Then the Rudraksha are washed with pure water(ganga jal) chanting the Sadyojaat Mantra which is as follows:-
 
 
 
"Om Sadyojaatam Prapadyaami Sadyojataajava Namah,
Bhave Bhavenaati Bhave Bhavasvamaam Bhavodbhavay Namah"
 
 
 
After this a sandalwood paste, Ashatgandha (mixture of eight fragrances) and kesar (saffron) solution is made & beads r dipped in it for some time..then these beads r taken out chanting the following Vaamdev Mantra:-
 
 

"Om Vamdevaya Namo Jyeshthaay Namah Shreshthay,
Namo Rudraay Namah Kaalay Namah Kala,
Vikarannaay Namo Bal Vikaranaay Namo Balaay,
Namo Bala Pramathanaay Namo Sarva Bhoot,
Damanaay Namo Manomanaay Namah"
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Next the following Aghor Mantra is chanted while offering incense (agarbati/dhoop):-
 
 

"Om Aghorebhyo Ghorebhyo Ghor Ghor Tarebhaya,
Sarvebhya Sarva Sharvvebhyo Namaste Astu Rudra Roopebhyah"
 
 
 
After this the Rudraksha are smeared with saffron chanting the following Tatpurush Mantra:-
 
 

"Om Tatpurushaay Vidmahe Mahadevaay Dheemahi,
Tanno Rudrah Prachodayaat"
   
  Next the following Eeshaan Mantra is chanted on each bead:-
   

"Om Eeshaanah Sarvavidyaanam Eeshwar,
Sarvabhootaanaam Brahmaadipati Brahmanaadhipati Brahma Shivome Astu Sadaa Shivom"
   
 
Then the Specified mantra for each Mukhi Rudraksha is chanted on that bead.These should be worn on any monday morning after touching with shivlinga.
 
 

Om Namah Shivay !
 
 
 
After this Maha Mrityunjaya mantra is chanted nine times
 
 

"Om Trayambakam yajamahe Sugandim Pusitivardhanum, Urvakamiv Bandhananmritormukhiya Ma amritat "
 
 
 
After completing the steps described above join both palms in a namaskar mudra and then chant
 
 

"Maale Maale Mahaa Maale Sarvashakti Samanvite Chaturvargaa Tvayinyistah Tasmaan Me Siddhidaa Bhav"
 
 
 
We at Devshoppe provide this shudhikaran service for free to all our buyers ,who want us to do so for them.For this pooja we also need following details:-
 
(1) Name of the person who has to wear the bead
(2) Date of birth
(3) Place of birth
(4) Time of birth
(5) Desires/Problems in life.
 
 
 
NOTE:- Shudhikaran of Rudraksha bead may take around 7-10 days .If the buyers want us to provide this service then the delivery will take around 12 days.
 
 
 
Bhagwat Puran
 
 
 
Rudraksha subsist by the tear of lord Siva. According to the religious text Devi Bhagwat Puran there was a Demon known as Maya who was very strong and had divine energy and power. Due to these qualities he became proud and started to trouble deities and sages. No one was able to defeat this strong demon in war. He built three towns of three different metals. Towns were built by gold, silver and iron. These towns were non-destroyable and known as Tripur. After ruling these towns by him and his two brothers he was known as Tripurasur. He started crusade against gods and easily own battle against god's king Indra. He looted angles, power and treasure of god and ruled Eden. Being helpless and powerless Indra and other gods went to beg help from Bramha. Lord Bramha gave advice to them that he could not beat Tripurasur and went to beg help from Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu also told them that he also cannot beat Tripurasur and suggested them to beg help from god's god Shiva. All gods including Bramha Vishnu went to beg help from lord Shiva to destroy Tripurasur and his non-destroyable towns.
 
 
 
Bramha Vishnu and all gods started to state their grief to lord Shiva and prayed to ruin Tripurasur and his towns. Shiva as always ready to help his devotees reveal all gods that he will ruin Tripurasur. He ordered to build a special chariot to executed demon Tripurasur. Chariot was made of earth; wheel was made of sun and moon, Lord Vishnu himself became arrow of Shiva's arch and the lord Bramha drove chariot. After the completion of the chariot Lord Shiva lead with Bramha, Vishnu, Indra and all gods to battle and destroy Tripur. He reached the place where he can destroy Tripur by one arrow. In that time Shiva took Rudra (anger) pose. When he was ready to burst the arrow all gods became so happy and start to pray. Lord Shiva execute arrow and ruin Tripur and demolish all devil.
 
 
 
Lord Shiva execute arrow and ruin Tripur and demolish all devil. After the demolition of Tripur lord Shiva, Bramha, Vishnu, Indra and other gods went to Himalayas to get rest. Lord Shiva closed his eyes and meditated for some time. When he opened his lotus shaped eyes tears fell from them on the earth. Those tears decent over Sitsail hill. Sometime after those tears became rudraksha trees.The fruits that grow on this tree are known as Rudraksha Beads.
 
 
 
Shiva Puran
 
 
 
According to another religious text Shiva Mahapuran, Parvati the divine consort of Lord Shiva asked him the origin of Rudraksha. On hearing her question Shiva said that he did penance for a thousand years. Tired of keeping his eyes closed for so long, Shiva opened them. A few teardrops fell to the ground and from these tears, the Rudraksha tree was born. The seeds of the tree were distributed on the earth.
 
 
 
There are different conceptions regarding Rudrakshas in Shiv Puran and other Pauranic scriptures but one thing is upheld in all of these that:-
 
 

"DIVYA VARSHA SAHASRAM TU CHAKSHURUNMEELITMAYAA,
PASCHANMAAKULAKSHIBHYAH PATITA JALBINDAVAH"
 
 
 
SHIV UVACH : - "For one thousand divine years I kept closed my eyes then tear drops fell from my eyes."
 
 

"TATRASHRUBINDTO JAATA MAHARUDRAKSH VRISKSHKAH
MAMAAGYAYAA MAHASEN SARVESHAM HITKAMYAYAA"
 
 
 
Those drops of tear which fell from my eyes gave birth to the tree of Maharudraksh on my command for the benefit of all.
 
 
 
Padma Puran
 
 
 
Padma Puranam, Chapter 57, Sri Bhagavan said, "If a man always wears a Rudraksa with fourteen mouths, permeated with God's auspicious power, he is always honored and blessed by the demigods due to the greatness of his religious merit."
 
 
 
The Padma Purana states that rudrakshas may be used by Hindus of every denomination. They will even benefit atheists and sinners. Rudraksha beads are not objects of worship. Rather, they are used as worshipful aids and accoutrement. Primarily, the beads are strung into strands and worn on the body. These malas are also used in the practice of japa.
 
 
 
1008 Names of Lord Shiva
 
 
 
The Shiva Purana lists following names of Lord Shiva.For the knowledge of our buyers/readers i am giving those names here:
 
 
 
Shiva, Hara, Mrida, Rudra, Pushkara, Pushpalochana, Arthigamya, Sadachara, Sharva, Shambhu, Maheshvara, Chandrapida, Chandramouli, Vishva, Vishvamareshvara, Vedantasarasandoha, Kapali, Nilalohita, Dhyanadhara, Aparicchedya, Gauribharata, Ganeshvara, Ashtamurti, Vishvamurti, Trivargasvargasadhana, Jnanagamya, Dridaprajna, Devadeva, Trilochana, Vamadeva, Mahadeva, Patu, Parivrida, Drida, Vishvarupa, Virupaksha, Vagisha, Shuchisattama, Sarvapramanasamvadi, Vrishanka, Vrishavahana, Isha, Pinaki, Khatvanga, Chitravesha, Chirantana, Tamohara, Mahayogi, Gupta, Brahma, Dhurjati, Kalakala, Krittivasah, Subhaga, Pranavatmaka, Unnadhra, Purusha, Jushya, Durvasa, Purashasana, Divyayudha, Skandaguru, Parameshthi, Paratpara, Anadimadhyanidhana, Girisha, Girijadhava, Kuverabandhu, Shrikantha, Lokavarnottama, Mridu, Samadhivedya, Kodandi, Nilakantha, Parashvadhi, Vishalaksha, Mrigavyadha, Suresha, Suryatapana, Dharmadhama, Kshamakshetra, Bhagavana, Bhaganetrabhida, Ugra, Pashupati, Tarkshya, Priyabhakta, Parantapa, Datta, Dayakara, Daksha, Karmandi, Kamashasana, Shmashananilaya, Suksha, Shmashanastha, Maheshvara, Lokakarta, Mrigapati, Mahakarta, Mahaushadhi, Uttara, Gopati, Gopta, Jnanagamya, Puratana, Niti, Suniti, Shuddhatma, Soma, Somarata, Sukhi, Somapa, Amritapa, Sunya, Mahatejah, Mahadyuti, Tejomaya, Amritamaya, Annamaya, Sudhapati, Ajatashatru, Aloka, Sambhavya, Havyavahana, Lokakara, Vedakara, Sutrakara, Sanatana, Maharishi, Kapilacharya, Vishvadipti, Vilochana, Pinakapani, Bhudeva, Svastida, Svastikrita, Sudhi, Dhatridhama, Dhamakara, Sarvaga, Sarvagochara, Brahmasrika, Vishvasrika, Sarga, Karnikara, Priya, Kavi, Shakha, Vishakha, Goshakha, Shiva, Bhishaka, Anuttama, Gangaplavodaka, Bhavya, Pushkala, Sthapati, Sthira, Vijitatma, Vishayatma, Bhutavahana, Sarathi, Sagana, Ganakaya, Sukirti, Chinnasamshaya, Kamadeva, Kamapala, Bhasmoddhulita-vigraha, Bhasmapriya, Bhasmashayi, Kami, Kanta, Kritagama, Samavarta, Nivritatma, Dharmapunja, Sadashiva, Akalmasha, Chaturvahu, Durvasa, Durasada, Durlabha, Durgama, Durga, Sarvayudhavisharada, Adhyatmayoganilaya, Sutantu, Tantuvardhana, Shubhanga, Lokasaranga, Jagadisha, Janardana, Bhasmashuddhikara, Meru, Ojasvi, Shuddhavigraha, Asadhya, Sadhusadhya, Bhrityamarkatarupadhrika, Hiranyareta, Purana, Ripujivahara, Bala, Mahahrada, Mahagarta, Vyali, Siddhavrindaravandita, Vyaghracharmambara, Mahabhuta, Mahanidhi, Amritasha, Amritavapu, Panchajanya, Prabhanjana, Panchavimshatitattvastha, Parijata, Paravara, Sulabha, Suvrata, Shura, Brahmavedanidhi, Nidhi, Varnashramaguru, Varni, Shatrujita, Shatrutapana, Ashrama, Kshapana, Kshama, Jnanavana, Achaleshvara, Pramanabhuta, Durjneya, Suparna, Vayuvahana, Dhanurdhara, Dhanurveda, Gunarishi, Gunakara, Satyasatyapara, Dina, Dharmaga, Ananda, Dharmasadhana, Anantadrishti, Danda, Damayita, Dama, Abhivadya, Mahamaya, Vishvakarma, Visharada, Vitaraga, Vinitatma, Tapasvi, Bhutabhavana, Unmattavesha, Pracchanna, Jitakama, Ajitapriya, Kalyanaprakriti, Kalpa, Sarvalokaprajapati, Tarasvi, Tavaka, Dhimana, Pradhanaprabhu, Avyaya, Lokapala, Antarhitatma, Kalpadi, Kamalakshana, Vedashastrarthatattvajna, Aniyama, Niyatashraya, Chandra, Surya, Shani, Ketu, Varanga, Vidrumacchavi, Bhaktivashya, Anagha, Parabrahmamrigavanarpana, Adri, Adryalaya, Kanta, Paramatma, Jagadguru, Sarvakarmalaya, Tushta, Mangalya, Mangalavrita, Mahatapa, Drighatapa, Sthavishtha, Sthavira, Dhruva, Aha, Samvatsara, Vyapti, Pramana, Paramatapa, Samvatsarakara, Mantrapratyayakara, Sarvadarshana, Aja, Sarveshvara, Siddha, Mahareta, Mahabala, Yogi, Yogya, Siddhi, Mahateja, Sarvadi, Agraha, Vasu, Vasumana, Satya, Sarvapapahara, Sukirti, Shobhana, Shrimana, Avanmanasagochara, Amritashashvata, Shanta, Vanahasta, Pratapavana, Kamandalundhara, Dhanvi, Vedanga, Vedavita, Muni, Bhrajishnu, Bhojana, Bhokta, Lokanatha, Duradhara, Atindriya, Mahamaya, Sarvavasa, Chatushpatha, Kalayogi, Mahanada, Mahatsaha, Mahabala, Mahabuddhi, Mahavirya, Bhutachari, Purandara, Nishachara, Pretachari, Mahashakti, Mahadyuti, Ahirdeshyavapu, Shrimana, Sarvacharyamanogati, Vahushruta, Niyatatma, Dhruva, Adhruva, Sarvashaska, Ojastejodyutidhara, Nartaka, Nrityapriya, Nrityanitya, Prakashatma, Prakashaka, Spashtakshara, Budha, Mantra, Samana, Sarasamplava, Yugadikrida, Yugavarta, Gambhira, Vrishavahana, Ishta, Vishishta, Shishteshta, Shalabha, Sharabha, Dhanu, Tirtharupa, Tirthanama, Tirthadrishya, Stuta, Arthada, Apamnidhi, Adhishthana, Vijaya, Jayakalavita, Pratishthita, Pramanajna, Hiranyakavacha, Hari, Vimlochana, Suragana, Vidyesha, Vindusamshraya, Balarupa, Vikarta, Balaunmatta, Gahana, Guha, Karana, Karta, Sarvabandhavimochana, Vyavasaya, Vyavasthana, Sthanada, Jagadadija, Garuda, Lalita, Abheda, Bhavatmatmasamsthita, Vireshvara, Virabhadra, Virasanavidhi, Virata, Virachudamani, Vetta, Tivrananda, Nadidhara, Ajnadhara, Trishuli, Shipivishta, Shivalaya, Balakhilya, Mahachapa, Tigmamshu, Badhira, Khaga, Adhirama, Susharana, Subrahmanya, Sudhapati, Maghavana, Kushika, Gaumana, Virama, Sarvasadhana, Lalataksha, Vishvadeha, Sara, Samsarachakrabhrita, Amoghadanda, Madhyastha, Hiranya, Brahmavarchasi, Paramartha, Para, Mayi, Shambara, Vyaghralochana, Ruchi, Virinchi, Svarbandhu, Vachaspati, Aharpati, Ravi, Virochana, Skanda, Shasta, Vaivasvata, Yama, Yukti, Unnatakirti, Sanuraga, Paranjaya, Kailashadhipati, Kanta, Savita, Ravilochana, Vidvattama, Vitabhaya, Vishvabharata, Anivarita, Nitya, Niyatakalyana, Punyashravanakirtana, Durashrava, Vishvasaha, Dhyeya, Duhsvapnanashana, Uttarana, Dushkritiha, Vijneya, Duhsaha, Bhava, Anadi, Bhurbhuvakshi, Kiriti, Ruchirangada, Janana, Janajanmadi, Pritimana, Nitimana, Dhava, Vasishtha, Kashyapa, Bhanu, Bhima, Bhimaparakrama, Pranava, Satpatchachara, Mahakasha, Mahaghana, Janmadhipa, Mahadeva, Sakalagamaparaga, Tattva, Tattavit, Ekatma, Vibhu, Vishvavibhushana, Rishi, Brahmana, Aishvaryajanmamrityujaratiga, Panchayajnasamutpatti, Vishvesha, Vimalodaya, Atmayoni, Anadyanta, Vatsala, Bhaktalokadhrika, Gayatrivallabha, Pramshu, Vishvavasa, Prabhakara, Shishu, Girirata, Samrata, Sushena, Surashatruha, Amogha, Arishtanemi, Kumuda, Vigatajvara, Svayamjyoti, Tanujyoti, Achanchala, Atmajyoti, Pingala, Kapilashmashru, Bhalanetra, Trayitanu, Jnanaskandamahaniti, Vishvutpatti, Upaplava, Bhaga, Vivasvana, Aditya, Yogapara, Divaspati, Kalyanagunanama, Papaha, Punyadarshana, Udarakirti, Udyogi, Sadyogi, Sadasanmaya, Nakshatramali, Nakesha, Svadhishthanapadashraya, Pavitra, Papahari, Manipura, Nabhogati, Hrit, Pundarikasina, Shatru, Shranta, Vrishakapi, Ushna, Grihapati, Krishna, Paramartha, Anarthanashana, Adharmashatru, Ajneya, Purohita, Purushrita, Brahmagarbha, Vrihadgarbha, Dharmadhenu, Dhanagama, Jagaddhitaishi, Sugata, Kumara, Kushalagama, Hiranyavarna, Jyotishmana, Nanabhutarata, Dhvani, Araga, Niyamadhyaksha, Vishvamitra, Dhaneshvara, Brahmajyoti, Vasudhama, Mahajyotianuttama, Matamaha, Matarishva, Nabhasvana, Nagaharadhrika, Pulastya, Pulaha, Agastya, Jatukarnya, Parashara, Niravarananirvara, Vairanchya, Vishtarashrava, Atmabhu, Aniruddha, Atri, Jnanamurti, Mahayasha, Lokaviragrani, Vira, Chanda, Satyaparakrama, Vyalakalpa, Mahakalpa, Kalpavriksha, Kaladhara, Alankarishnu, Achala, Ruchishnu, Vikramonnata, Ayuhshabdapati, Vegi, Plavana, Shikhisarathi, Asamsrishta, Atithi, Shatrupreamathi, Padapashana, Vasushrava, Pratapa, Havyavaha, Vishvabhojana, Japaya, Jaradishamana, Lohitatma, Tanunapata, Vrihadashva, Nabhoyoni, Supratika, Tamasraha, Nidagha, Tapana, Megha, Svaksha, Parapuranjaya, Sukhanila, Sunishpanna, Surabhi, Shishiratmaka, Vasanta, Madhava, Grishma, Nabhasya, Vijavahana, Angira, Guru, Atreya, Vimala, Vishvavahana, Pavana, Sumati, Vidvana, Travidya, Naravahana, Manobuddhi, Ahamkara, Kshetrajna, Kshetrapalaka, Jamadagni, Balanidhi, Vigala, Vishvagalava, Aghora, Anuttara, Yajna, Shreya, Nihshreyahpatha, Shaila, Gaganakundabha, Danavari, Arindama, Rajanijanaka, Charuvishaiya, Lokakalpadhrika, Chaturveda, Chaturbhava, Chatura, Chaturapriya, Amlaya, Samamlaya, Tirthavedashivalaya, Vahurupa, Maharupa, Sarvarupa, Charachara, Nyayanirmayaka, Nyayi, Nyayagamya, Nirantara, Sahasramariddha, Devendra, Sarvashastraprabhanjana, Munda, Virupa, Vikranta, Dandi, Danta, Gunottama, Pingalaksha, Janadhyaksha, Nilagriva, Niramaya, Sahasravahu, Sarvesha, Sharanya, Sarvalokadhrika, Padmasana, Paramjyoti, Parampara, Paramsala, Padmagarbha, Mahagarbha, Vishvagarbha, Vichakshana, Characharajna, Varada, Varesha, Mahabala, Devasuraguru, Deva, Devasuramahashraya, Devadideva, Devagni, Devagnisukhada, Prabhu, Devasureshvara, Divya, Devasuramaheshvara, Devadevamaya, Achintya, Devadevatmasambhava, Sadyoni, Asuravyaghra, Devasimha, Divakara, Vibudhagravara, Shreshtha, Sarvadevottamottama, Shivajnanarata, Shrimana, Shikhi-shriparvatapriya, Vajrahasta, Siddhakhadgi, Narasimhanipatana, Brahmachari, Lokachari, Dharmachari, Dhanadhipa, Nandi, Nandishvara, Ananta, Nagnavratadhara, Shuchi, Lingadhyaksha, Suradhyaksha, Yogadhyaksha, Yugavaha, Svadharma, Svargata, Svargakhara, Svaramayasvana, Vanadhyaksha, Vijakarta, Dharmakrita, Dharmasambhava, Dambha, Alobha, Arthavita, Shambhu, Sarvabhutamaheshvara, Shmashananilaya, Tryksha, Setu, Apratimakriti, Lokottaras-putaloka, Trymbaka, Nagabhushana, Andhakari, Makhadveshi, Vishnukandharapatana, Hinadosha, Akshayaguna, Dakshari, Pushadantabhit, Dhurjati, Khandaparashu, Sakala, Nishkala, Anagha, Akala, Sakaladhara, Pandurabha, Mrida, Nata, Purna, Purayita, Punya, Sukumara, Sulochana, Samagayapriya, Akrura, Punyakirti, Anamaya, Manojava, Tirthakara, Jatila, Jiviteshvara, Jivitantakara, Nitya, Vasureta, Vasuprada, Sadgati, Satkriti, Siddhi, Sajjati, Kalakantaka, Kaladhara, Mahakala, Bhutasatyaparayana, Lokalavanyakarta, Lokottarasukhalaya, Chandrasanjivana, Shasta, Lokaguda, Mahadhipa, Lokabandhu, Lokanatha, Kritajna, Krittibhushana, Anapaya, Akshara, Kantha, Sarvashastrabhudvara, Tejomaya, Dyutidhara, Lokagrani, Anu, Shuchismita, Prasamnyatma, Durjjeya, Duratikrama, Jyotirmaya, Jagannatha, Nirakara, Jaleshvara, Tumbavina, Mahakopa, Vishoka, Shokanashana, Trilokapa, Trilokesha, Sarvashuddhi, Adhokshaja, Avyaktalakshana, Deva, Vyaktavyakta, Vishampati, Varashila, Varaguna, Saramanadhana, Maya, Brahma, Vishnu, Prajapati, Hamsa, Hamsagati, Vaya, Vedha, Vidhata, Dhata, Srashta, Harta, Chaturmukha, Kailasashikharavasi, Sarvavasi, Sadagati, Hiranyagarbha, Druhina, Bhutapala, Bhupati, Sadyogi, Yogavit, Yogi, Varada, Brahmanapriya, Devapriya, Devanatha, Devajna, Devachintaka, Vishamaksha, Vishalaksha, Vrishada, Vrishavardhana, Nirmama, Nirahamkara, Nirmoha, Nirupadrava, Darpaha, Darpada, Dripta, Sarvabhutaparivartaka, Sahasrajit, Sahasrarchi, Prabhava, Snigddhaprakritidakshina, Bhutabhavyabhavannatha, Bhutinashana, Artha, Anartha, Mahakosha, Parakaiyaikapandita, Nishkantaka, Kritananda, Nirvyaja, Vyajamardana, Sattvavana, Sattvika, Satyakirti, Snehakritagama, Akampita, Gunagrahi, Naikatma, Naikakarmakrita, Suprita, Sumukha, Suksha, Sukara, Dakshinanila, Nandiskandhadhara, Dhurya, Prakata, Pritivardhana, Aparajita, Sarvasattva, Govinda, Adhrita, Sattvavahana, Svadhrita, Siddha, Putamurti, Yashodhana, Varahabhringadhrika, Bhringi, Balavana, Ekanayaka, Shrutiprakasha, Shrutimana, Ekabandhu, Anekakrita, Shrivatsalashivarambha, Shantabhadra, Sama, Yasha, Bhushaya, Bhushana, Bhuti, Bhutakrita, Bhutabhavana, Akampa, Bhaktikaya, Kalaha, Nilalohita, Satyavrata, Mahatyagi, Nityashantiparayana, Pararthavritti, Vibikshu, Visharada, Shubhada, Shubhakarta, Shubhanama, Shubha, Anarthita, Aguna, Sakshi, Akarta.
 
 

Rudraksha and Nakshatra
 
 
 
Rudrakshas give several beneficial effects to the wearer and at the same time do not have any negative effects. Hence anyone can wear any Rudraksha.No combination is bad while wearing rudraksha,all combinations are good as rudrakshas dont have any negative effects.
 
 
 
Many astrologers have also worked on Rudraksha. They suggest 'Mukhi' based on Birth Rashi and Nakshatra.However one could wear according to the needs / desires to be fulfilled.Some astrologers suggest to wear Rudraksha according to ruling planet as under:-
 
 
 
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Recommended Rudraksha
Sr.No. Birth Nakshatra Ruling Planet Recommended Rudraksha
1. Kritika Sun One/Twelve/Eleven Mukhis
2. Uttaraphalguni Sun One/Twelve/Eleven Mukhis
3. Uttarashadha Sun One/Twelve/Eleven Mukhis
4. Rohini Moon Two Mukhis
5. Hasta Moon Two Mukhis
6. Shravana Moon Two Mukhis
7. Mrigashira Mars Three Mukhis
8. Chitra Mars Three Mukhis
9. Dhanishtha Mars Three Mukhis
10. Ashlesha Mercury Four Mukhis
11. Jyestha Mercury Four Mukhis
12. Revati Mercury Four Mukhis
13. Punarvasu Jupiter Five Mukhis
14. Vishakha Jupiter Five Mukhis
15. Purvabhadrapada Jupiter Five Mukhis
16. Bharani Venus Six Mukhis
17. Purvaphalguni Venus Six Mukhis
18. Purvashadha Venus Six Mukhis
19. Pushya Saturn Seven/Fourteen Mukhis
20. Anuradha Saturn Seven/Fourteen Mukhis
21. Uttarabhadrapada Saturn Seven/Fourteen Mukhis
22. Ardra Rahu Eight Mukhis
23. Swati Rahu Eight Mukhis
24. Shatabhisha Rahu Eight Mukhis
25. Ashvini Ketu
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