Shop for rudrakshmalas

Published: 05th March 2013 07:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th March 2013 07:35 AM   |  A+A-

Rudralife, a company that deals with Rudraksha therapy is conducting an exhibition cum sale in association with Central Cottage Industries Corporation of India (A Govt of India Undertaking) - Ministry of Textiles March 11 at Central Cottage Emporium, 1st Floor, Minerva Complex, 94, Sarojini Devi Road, Secunderabad, from 10 am to 8pm.

For the uninitiated, Rudrakshas are the seeds of fruits grown on Rudraksh trees. They are considered divine and are worn to fulfill various objectives whether materialistic, spiritual or for good health. Rudraksha are available in nature from 1 to 21 mukhi (lines found on surface of Rudraksha) and many of these, specially 14 mukhi onwards, are very rare. Two very sought after and powerful combinations being showcased at the exhibition are the Siddha mala and Indra mala. For further information, contact 09322791218, 09322947642.

Siddha mala: This mala has 1 to 14 mukhi, Gauri Shankar and Ganesh Rudraksha. As per the Shiv Purana, a person wearing this holistic combination is empowered to get overall success and also gets high spiritual attainment. A person can either wear the mala always or keep it at the place of worship. Siddha Mala blesses the wearer with prosperity and inner bliss.

Indra mala: This is a powerful mala made of a selection of collector grade Rudraksha of 1 to 21 Mukhis. It is a powerful mala for a multidiscipline approach to life. Wearing of all 1 to 21 Mukhi Rudraksha is considered auspicious and it is believed that one can achieve success in all aspects of life. This mala may be worn or kept at puja place for worship. This is the rarest combination of Rudraksha.

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