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Indra Mala

SKU: RDIM

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INDRA MALA

 

Human life has been always about wants and desires; the desire to be rich, powerful, healthy and prosperous. Life is all about fulfilment of desires. There are a fortunate few who have their desires fulfilled. At the same time humanity has always craved for a personal connect with God and Nature. Rudraksha establishes a divine bond between the wearer and Lord Shiva who as Ashutosh, is known for granting all our wishes. Wearing Rudraksha, which is extremely dear to Lord Shiva, is one way to attain both Bhoga and Moksha.

 

The Indra Mala is a fabulous combination of 1 mukhi to 21 mukhi, Gaurishankar, Ganesh, Sawar and the Trijuti Rudraksha making it one of the rarest combinations. It is strung face to face and tail to tail as mentioned in our Shastras. Moreover it is strung in gold caps and woolen spacers which are used to protect the beads as well as provide Asana (seat) to all the beads in the Indra Mala. This Mala symbolizes the acme of achievements both in the material world and the spiritual universe.

 

The Indra Mala purifies and bestows the grace of Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh, Devi Durga, Lord Ganesh, Surya Dev and all other Gods and Goddesses on the wearer. The Indra Mala wards off all negative forces and protects the wearer from harm and losses. The Indra Mala cleanses; balances and revitalizes all the Chakras, bestows riches, material comforts and most importantly enhances inner peace and tranquility along with a long and healthy life.

 

Wearing the Indra Mala is considered most auspicious, for people who desire to reach the pinnacle of success. It is an excellent combination for Professionals/Industrialists, who are managing large business conglomerates. Community/Political leaders also benefit from this Mala as it enhances their charisma and makes them more eloquent and skilled communicators. It is like a one-stop solution for lawyers, doctors, spiritual healers, people engaged in spiritual practices and for multitaskers who engage in multifarious activities.

 

Indra Mala is a unique configuration which never lets wealth go away from the wearer’s family. Wealth is passed from one generation to another and it stays within the family for generations to come. It is believed that the future generations do not go astray and maintain the family’s name and reputation. While conferring material prosperity it also leads one on to the internal path of divine illumination. Possessing an Indra Mala is like having total control over one’s life.

Rules for wearing and how to maintain your Rudraksha :

  • Wash your Rudraksha with water and oil the Rudraksha using a soft brush preferably once a month using almond oil.
  • Chant ‘Om Namah Shivaye’ before wearing the Mala the next day.
  • Remove Rudraksha Mala while engaging in sexual intercourse and while visiting funeral grounds.
  • We at Rudralife, suggest that one can remove Rudraksha Mala while consuming non vegetarian food and alcohol and wear it afterwards. Though our scriptures also highlight that they can be worn all the time without any restrictions.
  • Women can wear Rudraksha and is their choice whether they wish to remove the Mala during menstrual cycles. As per our scriptures, there are no such restrictions and women can wear Rudraksha without any worries.
  • To energise the Rudraksha Mala, touch it to a shivling and chant ‘Om Namah Shivaye’ 11 times. If possible, try to do a Rudrabhishek of the Rudraksha when possible.
  • Do try to refrain from wearing a Rudraksha Mala worn by others and keep a Mala separate for Japa and for wearing.