Rudraksha is well known for it’s positive qualities given to it by nature. It is believed that Rudraksha are the tears that shed from Lord Shiva’s eyes. The person who wears Rudraksha gets freedom for all kinds of sufferings and sins. Worshipping Rudraksha gives results equivalent to the results that a person gets by visiting pilgrimage places like Haridwar, Kaashi etc.
Chanting the mantras with Rudraksha mala (rosary) multiplies the sense of positivity in the environment. A Rudraksha mala is made of 108 or 52 beads of Rudraksha. Wearing a Rudraksha mala with at least 27 beads has been considered to be fruitful. Worshipping Lord Shiva and chanting mantras with a Rudraksha mala is considered to be very effective and helps gain positivity.
On the other hand, preparing a mala with different kinds of Rudraksha helps in the fulfillment of different desires and gives results accordingly.
The significance of a Rudraksha mala depends on the kind of beads and number of beads used in it. Each kind of mala gives different results which are as follows :
It is very important to take proper advice before wearing a Rudraksha mala. This is because the kind and number of beads used to prepare a mala affect the results it gives. It helps a person to get relief from all sins. A Rudraksha that resembles Amla is considered to be the best of all. A Brahman or priest should wear white coloured a Rudraksha mala. A red coloured Rudraksha mala is well suited for Kshatriyas. On the other hand, a golden coloured Rudraksha mala should be worn by Vaishyas and black coloured by Shudras.
Anyone can wear a Rudraksha mala and get blessed by Lord Shiva. It increases intellect power and provides wisdom. A person who wears 32 beaded Rudraksha mala in the neck, 40 beaded mala on the forehead, 66 beaded mala in the ears, 12 beaded mala in each hand, 16 beaded mala in each arm, one on the crest and 108 beaded mala on the chest is able to encounter Lord Shiva in his true form.