Product Name : 13 Mukhi Rudraksha Mala / Kamdeva Mala
Dimension of Beads : 14 mm till 16 mm
Design : 54 + 1 bead of clear and uniform 13 mukhi java beads are design as a mala having traditional knot between each beads .
Origin : Java / Indonesia
This mala is used to activate the sensuality and Sexuality of the wearer . 13 Mukhi rudraksha is a form of Lord Kamadeva : God Of Love.
13 mukhi Rudraksha is the form of the lord Indra & lord kamadeva . Lord Indra becomes happy, if it is worn. It gives riches. If a man wears, he is upgraded, his honour increases. It fulfills all the earthly desires and gives eight accomplishments (Siddhies), and the god cupid (Kamdeva) pleases with the man who wears it. “Kartikeya samo gyeye sarva Kaamarth Sidhidah.”
This Rudraksha provides all attainments connected with chemical science. The researchers of medical science reach new horizons of success by wearing this thirteen face Rudraksha.
According to “Sakand Purana” the information we get about 13 mukhi rudraksha
“Raso Rasayanam Chaiva Tasya Sarva Prasidhyati “
which mean that :
“Nobody can face the wearer of 13 mukhi Rudraksha during any debate is also an accepted truth.”
When invoked, showers all possible comforts of life one can ever desire. Gives hypnotic power of attraction (Vanshikaran) to the wearer. It also gives the wearer material gains. It is helpful for meditation and spiritual attainments. It is suggested to cause material upliftment. It increases the mental power of the wearer amazingly. It should be kept safely as Rudraksha are long life assets and gives the wearer benefits in all fields.
Symbol Of : Lord Kamadeva
Ruling Planet : Venus
Recommended for : Attraction, Abundance, Eight Accomplishments (Siddhies)
“OM Hreem Namah”
Rituals for wearing 13 Mukhi Rudraksh / How to wear Thirteen Faced Rudraksha :
Taking one bead of thirteen faced Rudraksha, it should be strung on silver / gold / panchdhatu or in red thread and washed with Spring Water or unboiled milk. Then it must be worn after chanting the mantra.
Day for wearing : Monday