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Ganesh Laxmi at Puja Place

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Representative deity: Lord Ganesha and Devi Lakshmi

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The Ganesh Laxmi is represented by Lord Ganesh and Goddess Laxmi, the Goddess of wealth. The Ganesh Rudraksha is believed to remove obstacles, bring luck and prosperity and also give blessings to start a new work .The 7 Mukhi is believed to bless a person with wealth, prosperity and abundance by helping the wearer make better decisions related to finance and wealth.

Benefits of Ganesh Laxmi Bandh Rudraksha :

One should strive to keep two beads of Ganesh Rudraksha and the 7 Mukhi at their Puja place. The effects of this divine Rudrakshas are observed to be good starting a new journey and for financial stability, prosperity and growth.

How to Maintain your Rudraksha :

Rudraksha are powerful ancient beads believed to have originated from the tears of Lord Shiva worn by humans since time immemorial. They have a life span of hundreds of years if maintained properly, it can also be handed over through generations. The beads should be kept clean and free from deposits of sweat and talc, by washing them with plain water at regular intervals and cleaning them with a soft brush. If the beads appear to be dry then you can apply coconut, olive or mustard oil to protect the beads from dehydration.

Do's and Don'ts:-

Rudraksha can be worn by all (Men, Women & Children) on a regular basis without any restrictions. Preferably, the Rudraksha should be taken off during intercourse, bowel movements, haircut, visiting funeral grounds and monthly menstrual cycles. The Rudraksha can also be taken off while taking bath as regular soap and water can dehydrate the beads.

Hence, as a daily routine, it is recommended to take off the mala at night and wear it in the morning after a bath, after chanting "Om Namah Shivay".