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6 Mukhi Rudraksha

1,500.00

6 Mukhi Nepali Rudraksha. 6 Mukhi (Six Face) With Lab Certified. Size 17.20 x 17.50 x 17.20.

Description

6 Mukhi (six faced) Rudraksha is considered to be the symbol of Lord Kartikeya, the son of Lord Shiva. The ruling planet of 6 Mukhi (faced) Rudraksha is Venus. According to the astrological reference, wearing this Rudraksha makes Venus strong in one’s horoscope. Also, it removes the ill-effects caused by the bad positioning of Venus. The wearer of 6 Mukhi Rudraksha also has the blessings of Goddesses Lakshmi and Parvati. Riddhi-Siddhi and amazing success in business is bestowed upon the wearer.

Benefits of wearing 6 Mukhi Rudraksha:-It is considered best for a student to wear Six Mukhi Rudraksha. It develops their intelligence and oratory skills, helps in increasing self-confidence and personality development. 6 Mukhi (faced) Rudraksha is considered auspicious for the people of Libra and Taurus zodiac signs. 6 Mukhi (six faced) Rudraksha also has medicinal benefits. Wearing it is very effective in the treatment of eye diseases, throat and neck related problems.

Method of wearing 6 Mukhi Rudraksha:–It can be worn as a pendant or as a bracelet. Wear 6 Mukhi Rudraksha with gold and silver, or wear it in a red thread. You can also keep the Rudraksha at the place of worship before wearing it. Purify the Rudraksh with Ganga water and raw milk. It should be worn on Tuesday morning after taking a bath and worshipping. The mantra for 6 Mukhi Rudraksha is “Om Hreem Hoom Namah” which should be chanted 108 times before wearing.

Additional information

Price

1500

Origin

Nepal

Description

This is said to be the symbols of Lord Kartikeys ( Son of Shiva ). This rudraksha bestows good health prosperity and happiness. The ruling star is the planet Venus which is the source of all the joys and riches. It is also have many medical benefits, it is best suitable for Teachers, Artist, Actors and Creative Minded Peoples.

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