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Rudraksha beads are commonly strung together to form a mala, a string of prayer beads used for meditation and chanting. They are used by individuals seeking a closer connection to the divine, as well as for their perceived healing and protective properties.

It’s important to note that the efficacy of Rudraksha beads is largely rooted in cultural and spiritual beliefs, and scientific evidence supporting their claimed benefits is limited. People interested in using Rudraksha beads should approach them with a respectful understanding of their cultural and religious significance.



Rudraksha is a seed traditionally used as prayer beads in Hinduism, Buddhism, and other spiritual practices. The term “Rudraksha” is derived from two Sanskrit words: “Rudra,” which is another name for Lord Shiva, and “Aksha,” meaning eye. It is believed that these seeds are the tears of Lord Shiva.

Rudraksha beads come from the fruit of the Rudraksha tree (Elaeocarpus ganitrus), which is found mainly in the Himalayan region, as well as in parts of Southeast Asia. The seeds have a unique appearance with multiple facets or faces on their surface, and each variety has a different number of faces, ranging from one to twenty-one or more.

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