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Six Mukhi Rudraksha – Everything You Need To Know!

6 Mukhi Rudraksha
Six mukhi Rudraksha

The Six Mukhi Rudraksha is a powerful bead that has been revered in Hinduism for centuries. Blessed by Lord Kartikeya, the brave and youthful son of Lord Shiva, this Rudraksha is believed to offer protection from the negative effects of Venus, making it a popular talisman for those seeking harmony and balance in their lives. In this blog, we will explore the spiritual significance of the Six Mukhi Rudraksha and how it can positively impact your life.

As per Shastras

।। वाग्मी धीरः सभायाम् च तृपवेश्मनी संसदि न च कातरतामेती तैव भंगो भवेद्ध्रुवम् ।।
पद्मपुराण, अ. ५७, श्लो. ६२

The wearer of a 6 Mukhi Rudraksha is said to become a skilled speaker. The person is said to experience that they do not get timid or nervous.

Padma Purana, Chapter. 57, Shloka. 62

Six Mukhi Rudraksha

Essence of Six Mukhi Rudraksha

The Six Mukhi Rudraksha is a powerful bead blessed by Lord Kartikeya, the youthful and brave son of Lord Shiva. Kartikeya is known by several names, including Skanda, Shanmukha, Mahasena, and Guru Guha. This Rudraksha can help control the negative effects of Venus and is believed to be jointly blessed by Kartikeya and Lord Ganesha. Goddess Lakshmi is also said to bless the wearer of this Rudraksha. It is often worn on the neck or wrist to boost energy, attractiveness, communication skills, and fearlessness.

Benefits of the Six Mukhi Rudraksha

The Six Mukhi Rudraksha is said to have many benefits, including:

  • General Benefits

Good for knowledge, wisdom, communication skills, and self-confidence

Blesses the wearer with wisdom, increased intelligence, willpower, and a steady mind

Improves artistic qualities, expression power, and oratory skills

  • Spiritual Benefits

Energizes the Svadhisthana Chakra (the sacral chakra) to improve vitality and clear any obstructive energy

  • Health Benefits:

Good for the reproductive organs and strengthens the prostate glands in males

Mitigates gynecological issues in females

Useful in strengthening the functions of nerves and muscles

Helps keep diabetes and thyroid under control

Six Mukhi Rudraksha

Who should wear the Six Mukhi Rudraksha:

The Six Mukhi Rudraksha is believed to be beneficial for teachers, executives, journalists, and anyone looking to improve their communication and marketing skills. The wearer of this Rudraksha is free from emotional trauma and learns to appreciate life without wallowing in grief or self-pity. The wearer is said to achieve dynamic energy, love, beauty, and harmony with learning, wisdom, and knowledge. Thus, the wearer will have a better understanding of love, music, and personal relationships.

How to wear the Six Mukhi Rudraksha:

The Six Mukhi Rudraksha can be worn in a pendant form with an adjustable red thread. It can also be worn as a bracelet.

The Saraswati Bandh includes two beads of Four Mukhi Rudraksha and one bead of Six Mukhi Rudraksha which is said to improve memory, focus, and concentration. The combination has been found to be useful in improving learning ability.

As per your requirements, it can also be worn in a Rudraksha combination with other Rudraksha beads. You can get free recommendations on which Rudraksha combinations you should wear from our team of experts.

The Six Mukhi Rudraksha bead is also available in different exclusive Rudraksha malas such as the Siddha Mala, Mahamrityunjaya Mala and the Indra Mala.

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Auspicious Festivals related to the Six Mukhi Rudraksha

Vasant Panchami
Vasant Panchami is a festival that celebrates the arrival of spring and is associated with the goddess Saraswati, who is the embodiment of knowledge and wisdom. It is believed that wearing the 6 Mukhi Rudraksha during this auspicious time can help enhance one’s creativity, improve memory, and aid in the pursuit of knowledge. The energy of the Rudraksha bead is said to resonate with the energy of the goddess Saraswati, thereby amplifying its effects.

Story of Lord Kartikeya and the Six Mukhi Rudraksha

According to Hindu scriptures, Lord Kartikeya originated from the spilled seed of Lord Shiva to destroy Tarkasur. The heat emanating from this seed was so great that it was given to Agnidev for safekeeping. Even he could not hold it for long and handed it to Ganga. The waters of Ganga started evaporating, and she deposited this seed on the Sharavana reeds. The seed split into six children and was taken care of by the six Krittikas. The six children cried loudly until Goddess Parvati came to see them. She combined them into one child. At her glance, the six-faced child became calm, and his faces unified into one. This child was trained by Shiva, Shakti, Brahma, Saraswati, and Lakshmi.

Lord Kartikeya
Six Mukhi Rudraksha blessed by Lord Kartikeya

He then fought Tarkasur and killed him. Once when Lord Shiva asked Kartikeya the meaning of Om, Kartikeya replied that only if he is given a place higher than Mahadev, he would impart this secret. By revealing this hidden secret in Lord Shiva’s ears, much to the delight of Goddess Parvati, young Skanda was lovingly given a place on Lord Shiva’s shoulder. Kartikeya is the energy that gives meaning to the strength of OM (Pranava).

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