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Do you know  Wealth “gains” from unexpected places with the vision of a mouthful of grapes.  So write “ॐ” in the comments and share. Contingency funds will be added within 3 days. Ignoring it can be “inauspicious”.  One-faced Rudraksha Its description can be found in the Rudraksha Mahatmya of Shiva Purana.  It is considered a symbol of Shiva.

It is also considered as an invaluable gift as it is very rare but powerful. It is also mentioned in the Rudraksha Mahatmya of Shiva Purana that when the rain from the sky falls on the Rudraksha flower on the Thursday of Siddhi Yoga, it can produce one-sided Rudraksha.  One of them goes to the sky and the other to the underworld, while the third stays on the earth.

Rudraksha is a plant found in the central hilly region of Nepal and its fruits.  Both its tree and its fruit are called Rudraksha in Nepali, Sanskrit and Hindi.  Once the same plant of Rudraksha bears fruit, seeds of different mouths, shapes and sizes come to fruition.  Its grains have vertical lines falling from above.

The same line is called the mouth and the number of lines is called the mouth rudraksha.  This fruit (Rudraksha) is believed to have from one mouth to 27 mouths.  It is made up of Rudra and Aksha of Sanskrit.  Literally it is considered to be the teardrop of Lord Shiva.  In the Nepali vocabulary dictionary, the word rudraksha is defined as “a large species of tree with long green saffron branches, white apples with white flowers and small okhar or timila thorny fruits.”  Rudraksha is also known as Dana in our village.

The plant Rudraksha has a lot of glory as an object of religious Mahadev. According to the mythology about the origin of Rudraksha, Lord Shiva thought for a long time to destroy the Mahabali demon Sur and when he opened his eyes, a few tears flowed from Shiva’s sunflower eyes.  Since the tears of these scattered tears turned into trees, the product of Shiva’s tears was named as Rudraksha trees.

According to the book ‘Rudraksha Rahasya’, it is said that there are up to 27 mouths of rudraksha. According to the recent research, researchers have found up to 38 mouths of rudraksha, but generally only 1 to 14 mouths are available.  One-faced and nine-faced to 14-faced rudraksha are considered very rare.  According to religious beliefs, one-faced Rudraksha Lord Shiva, two-faced Lord Gauri-Shankar, three-faced radiant fire, four-faced Lord Panchdev, six-faced Lord Kartikeya, seven-faced Lord Anant, eight-faced Lord Shri Ganesh, ninth-faced Lord Bhagwati Devi Durga, ten-faced Lord Hari Vishnu, thirteen-faced Lord Indra and  Hanumanji himself is considered to be a form.

Fruits are obtained by wearing rudraksha of different sizes.  Wearing an amla-shaped rudraksha destroys all misfortunes.  Bear-shaped rudraksha enhances happiness and good fortune.  It is said that all desires are fulfilled by a small red-shaped rudraksha.  Red, black, white and yellow colored rudrakshas are also considered as the best colored rudrakshas.  Similarly, the rudraksha which can be threaded without making a hole is considered to be the best and the best. The main places where rudraksha is found are Kashki, Syangja, Palpa, Gulmi of western Nepal and Bhojpur, Sankhuwasabha and Dhankuta of eastern Nepal.

It is found in abundance in the forests of Nepal, India, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Australia.  A total of 123 species have been found worldwide.  Apart from Nepal, Rudraksha is also found in Burma, England, Bangladesh and Malaysia.  It is also found in Bihar, Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Assam and Maharashtra of India.

Scholars say that wearing a Rudraksha garland regulates the life of the human body and protects it from many types of physical and mental disorders.  Wearing this garland has special benefits in diseases like heart disease and blood pressure.  The plant grows up to 18-20 meters tall and is evergreen.  The fruit is round, 1.3-2 cm in diameter and green in raw state.  Its seed is called Rudraksha.  It