After experiencing the results of the Siddha Mala one can further enhance it by adding a 15, 16 and 17 mukhi Rudraksha i.e. the combination will contain all the beads from 1–17 mukhi including Gaurishankar and Ganesh Rudraksha, strung head to head and tail to tail as per the Shastras. Moreover it is strung in wool with woolen spacers between all the beads to protect the beads and as well as to provide Asana (seat) to all Mukhis. In wool, the mala is stronger, flexible and light in weight. As per the Shastras this is an extremely powerful combination for higher spiritual attainments and protection. The 15 Mukhi Rudraksha, blessed by Lord Pashupatinath is said to be beneficial for physical and spiritual enhancement of the mind and body and higher power of visualization. The 16 Mukhi Rudraksha is also known as “Jai” Rudraksha and is blessed by Lord Rama, and is believed to make the wearer victorious in all spheres of life. The 17 Mukhi Rudraksha is blessed by Lord Vishwakarma, and is believed to bestow not only sudden wealth but also spiritual powers as well. The sudden wealth may come like sudden rise in share value or property prices, inheritance of unexpected properties or from any game of chance.
In Mahabharata, Lord Krishna called for Lord Vishwakarma to build the city of Dwarika and Lord Vishwakarma built the city in a few days. Similarly in the Ramayana, Lord Vishwakarma rebuilt the entire golden city of Lanka after it was burnt down to ashes by Lord Hanuman.