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What is its name? How is it to be worn by men? How many faces does it contain? What are the mantras to be chanted when wearing it? Answer I closed my eyes for the period of a thousand divine years. From my closed eyes drops of water fell down on the earth. Then the Eye-drops have become the great Rudraksha trees of the vegetable kingdom for the sake of blessing the devotees.

The wearing of it does remove the sin of the devotees committed during the day and the night. Seeing it produces one lac of virtues, and handling it, one crore. The wearing of it produces in man one hundred crores of virtues, the wearing and making japa of it produce in man one hundred millions of virtues.

It is said that Rudraksha is the best which is as big in size as Dhatri fruit. The wise declare it to be a secondary one which has the size of a Badari fruit. The last one is that which has the size of a Bengal gram.

Thus is the order given out by me. By the command of Siva the trees have sprung up from the earth in four classes, namely, Brahmana, Kshatriya, Vaisya and Sudra; and each brings benefit to its own order. The white one is called Brahmana bead, the red one, Kshatriya; yellowish, Vaisya; and black one is said to be Sudra. The Brahmanas should wear the white ones, the Kshatriya, the red, the Vaisya the yellowish, and the Sudras the black ones.

The good bead is that which is well-shaped, sappy sound, well-sized and with thorns. One should reject the six kinds of the same, namely those that are made holes by worms, wounded, broken, without thorns, diseased and not well-shaped.

The best Rudraksha is that which has a natural hole. That bead is a secondary one which has a hole made by the effort of man.

The wise should wear in his body and limbs a garland of beads that are equally shaped, sappy, sound, pleasing, and big is size, tied in a silk thread. That bead is known to be the best which produces a golden line when tested in a rubbing stone; and this the worshippers of Siva should wear. One should wear a single Rudraksha in the tuft of his hair, three hundred in the head.

He should make a garland of thirty-six for his neck, of sixteen for each arm, and of twelve for each wrist. He should wear five hundred in his shoulders. One should prepare a garland of one hundred and eight in the form of the sacred thread yajnopavita. One should suspend from his shoulders a garland of beads consisting of two or three, five or seven rounds.

He may wear the same in the head, in and around the ears, neck, arms, wrists, and across the shoulders like the sacred thread. He should wear it specially in the waist. One should wear always the Rudraksha whether he sleeps or eats. The wearing of three hundred is said to be the lowest; of five hundred ordinary, and of one thousand the best. Knowing the difference one should wear it. He should wear it in the crown, chanting the mantra Isana: in the shoulders Tatpurusha; in the neck and heart Aghora.

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The wise should recite the mantra Aghora Bija, while wearing it on their wrists. One should wear a garland of fifty in the waist chanting the mantra Vyomavyapi. Next Bhusunda addressed the Lord Kalagni Rudra.

Tell me the different kinds of Rudrakshas, their nature, the result of wearing them, and also their different faces; and those that drive out evils and these that give the desired objects. He answered: In this these are the slokas The One-faced Rudraksha represents the Supreme Reality. Wearing it, one, with completely controlled senses merges in the Supreme Reality.

The Two-faced one, O the best of sages, represents Ardhnarisvara the Lord with half-male and half-female form. By wearing this Ardhnarisvara always becomes pleased with him. The Three-faced one represents the three sacred fires.

The fire god becomes always pleased with him who wears this. The Four-faced Rudraksha represents the four-faced Deity Brahma. The four-faced god becomes ever pleased with him who wears this. The five-faced Brahman removes him from the sin of killing the human beings.


The wearing of it brings forth a great wealth and a very good health. The wise should wear it to obtain brightness of the intellect. The great men say it has also Vinayaka as its presiding Deity. The Seven-faced Rudraksha has the Sapta matris as its presiding deities. The wearing of it brings forth a great wealth and a very good health; and vouchsafes the wearer the personal purity and attainment of clearness of the mind.

The Eight-faced Rudraksha has the Ashtamatris as its presiding deities. It pleases the Eight Vasus and the goddess Ganga.

The wearing of it will please the above gods, who are true to their words. The Nine-faced Rudraksha has the nine Saktis as its presiding deities.

The mere wearing of it pleases the nine Saktis. The Ten-faced Rudraksha has Yama as its presiding Deity.

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A look at it will create effect lessness of his sins. There is no doubt in this. The great men say, the deities increase the prosperity of him who wears it always. The Twelve-faced Rudraksha represents the great Vishnu and also the twelve Adityas. The wearer of it assumes the deitys form.

The Thirteen-faced Rudraksha brings forth the desired objects and agreeable perfection. The mere wearing of it pleases Kamadeva. The Fourteen-faced Rudraksha has its origin from the eyes of Rudra. When I called Aksharam at ten one night, I was surprised to hear the solemn chanting of slokas in the background. Even at this late hour, the senior research students were learning the nuances of spiritual Sanskrit from Guru Vishwas. He told me, "Sanskrit is the most ancient, highly developed, literature-rich language.

It is a treasure house of ancient Indian wisdom. It is certainly the vehicle of our culture and key to the heritage of this great civilization. Speaking the language not only helps in learning, but also gives the students pride in their civilizational values. Speaking this language generates energy.

They don't follow the natural way. The first step in learning any language is to converse in it, because speaking and listening to a language takes you closer to it," explained Vishwas. He has been conducting the ten-day speak Sanskrit courses in India and abroad and is the chief editor of the Sanskrit monthly Sambhasana Sandesha, which is published by Aksharam.


He knew the wealth of knowledge we were losing by forgetting the language. He proposed, "Let service to Sanskrit not stop at worshiping with the language; everyone should be able to speak the language.

Conversational Sanskrit has to be taught and popularized. To keep pace with the rapid growth of the movement, a centralized institute of Samskrita Bharathi was formed at New Delhi in Aksharam in Bangalore became its international center.

In 15 years, Samskrita Bharathi reached impressive heights through its sevavratis Sanskrit missionaries , who relentlessly work towards resuscitating the language. Now more than two million people around the world can speak simple Sanskrit. Nearly four million people have learned Sanskrit through correspondence, and 25, teachers have been trained to conduct spoken Sanskrit workshops. It is without old age, death, fear, sorrow, or end. The concept of there being one god is also talked about here.

It is dedicated to Rudra, the storm god. Kausitaki Brahmana Upanishad The Upanishad has come down to us in bits here and pieces there. The core of the text is dedicated to illustrating the fact that the path to release is through knowledge. Maitri Upanishad This is a comparatively later Upanishad as it has references to the Trinity of Hindu Gods Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma which is a later development, and plus references to the world being illusory in character reflects Buddhist influence.

It discusses the subala upanishad and the absolute.

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Jabala Upanishad Belonging to subala upanishad Athrava-Veda this Upanishad addresses some questions pertaining to renunciation.The bead with five faces is of the form of Panchabrahman the five-faced Siva and the devotee wearing it attains the grace of Panchabrahman and drives away the sin of homicide.

Be it a complicated form of Vedic sacrificial ritual such a yajna or a homa or a simple form of domestic worship puja , which is performed in millions of Hindu households by common people every day, the worship of divinities in Hinduism invariably involves the use of three basic techniques, namely the Mantra, the Tantra and the Yantra.

Along with the Bhagavad Gita and the Brahmasutra , the mukhya Upanishads provide a foundation for the several schools of Vedanta, among them, two influential monistic schools of Hinduism. Intelligence, strength, business, money, devotion to shiva, beauty, smell, touch, words, devotion to parents wife sons, truthful, love etc.

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