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SACRED RUDRAKSHA
GENUINE RUDRAKSHA BEADS FROM JAVA AND NEPAL
SINCE 1999

Rudraksha malas.

Traditional way.

Lord Shiva

All our Rudraksha malas are put together the tradional way as mentioned in the scriptures to give maximum benefit. In the SKANDA PURAN it mentions the only additions allowed are pearls, ruby, spatikam crystals, silver, gold and vaiduryam (lapiz lazuli).

Why 108 beads?

There are many reasons why the number 108 is used, one being there are 108 Upanishads.The number 108 is used throughout the Chinese, Buddhist, Jain, Sikh and mentioned in Islam.

The distance of the moon to earth is 108 times the diameter of the moon, as well as the diameter of the Sun is 108 times the diameter of the earth and the distance of the sun to the earth is 108 times the diameter of the sun.

The number 108 is also devided as a mala could be too long to wear, usually in 54, 36, 27, or 9 beads. The last bead is known as the meru, or the peak and marks the end of the cycle when chanting.

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There is no match in the Universe to Rudraksha.
Wearing the Rudraksha with faith and love will remove all life’s obstacles and reach the Supreme. Wearing the rudraksha will not have fear of death.
Over the years countless people have had relief from stress, depression, hypertension and other nerve related issues. The electromagnetic properties of the Rudraksha have a positive effect on the bioelectrical system of the human body.
Wearing the Rudraksha will give inner strength and confidence, creating better opportunities in life.
First time wearing of rudraksha is on a Monday. Ideally a puja is done on that day upon a Shiva Lingam and its worn afterwards. Always remove at night and place in puja room or sacred spot of the house. The Rudraksha will give one a feeling of separation from society a sense of detachment, this is why they are perfect for meditation. To get most benefit from the Rudraksha they should be worn as a mala close to the heart. The Rudrakshas should ideally be worn in divisions of 108, being 54, 36, 27 etc. Wearing the mala can be felt immediately  by holding it in the palm due to the electromagnetic properties interacting with our biofield. The Rudraksha beads are believed to have potential to heal.
The simplest mantra before wearing the Rudraksha mala is “Om namah Shivaya”, the beads must touch the skin and keep out of sight of others.
The Rudraksha mala should never be worn by others, only worn by oneself as it has our energy field impregnated. The only time it’s worn by others is the passing down from generations.
The reason silver is best for Rudraksha malas is because its conductivity increases the electromagnetic powers.


* ALL MALAS should not be worn while sleeping in bed. Firstly this can break the mala, due to tossing and turning. Secondly the Rudraksha is an energy bead and one needs to unwind and relax during this time. At night its best to place the mala in a sacred spot.


*All malas are 5 mukhi unless stated.


8mm mala knotted A$20

8mm rudraksha mala
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This Rudraksha mala is the size one sees worn by Sadhus and wondering holy men. It consists of 108 beads (5 mukhi) with the red chord and is approx 43 cm in length. Easy to hold for mantra japa.


8mm mala copper 36 beads A$30

Copper Rudraksha mala java rudraksha

This Rudraksha mala is made from 36 pancha mukhi beads, caps are plastic, but the connectors are copper wired. This is a continuous mala without the mukhi.


Two mukhi mala 108 beads A$70

2 mukhi Rudraksha mala java rudraksha

This Rudraksha mala consists of 108 Javanese beads, all two mukhi. Two mukhi is for the Moon and Ardhnareshvara. Length is 75cm.


10mm mala knotted A$25

10mm rudraksha mala
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This Rudraksha mala is our the third to largest size as with the 8 mm it is the type often worn by Sadhus, Priests both Hindu and Buddhist and wondering holy men. It consists of 108 beads with the red chord and is approx 56cm in length. Can still be worn under shirt. Comfortable to hold for mantra japa.


Panchadatu capped mala 36+1 large beads A$30

panchadatu dark mala
java rudraksha

Fine mala length approximately 40 cm. Large 10mm beads with darker Rudrakshas make this a very attractive mala. The links and capping are made from Panchadatu (Mixture of Gold, Silver, Copper, Iron and Zinc)


Panchadathu chain mala A$25

chain rudraksha mala
java rudraksha

Continous mala with S link consists of 54 rudraksha beads approximately 6mm in diameter.


Panchadatu capped mala 54+1 Gold colour A$25

panchadatu mala
java rudraksha

Beautifully crafted mala length approximately 40 cm. This mala is same as above but golden colour. Consists of 54+1 capped (5 mukhi) Rudrakshas 8 mm in diameter. The links and capping are made from Panchadatu (Mixture of Gold, Silver, Copper, Iron and Zinc).


Silver mala with 5mm Rudraksha beads 54+1 A$120

silver capped rudraksha mala
java rudraksha

This Rudraksha mala is our finest consists of 54+1 Rudrakshas with stirling silver caps and links, size of beads are 6mm. Length is 40cm. If you are looking for the ideal mala for every wearing which will not tarnish then this is the one.


Silver mala 6 mukhi with 5mm Rudraksha beads 54+1 A$150

silver capped rudraksha mala
java rudraksha

This mala is same as above but instead of 5 mukhi its 6 mukhi beads.


Silver mala with 8mm Rudraksha beads 54+1 A$150

silver capped large rudraksha mala
java rudraksha

This Rudraksha mala is our finest consists of 54+1 Rudrakshas with stirling silver caps and links, size of beads are 8mm. Length is 40cm. If you are looking for the ideal mala for every wearing which will not tarnish then this is the one. Let us know if wanting to combine with a mukhi of your choice.


Seven mukhi Rudraksha mala knotted 41cm in length of 108 beads A$110

7 mukhi mala
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This rare Rudraksha mala consists of 6mm 108 seven mukhi beads which are knotted. This mala is to counteract the negativity of Saturn, such as in the Saturn dasha.


Six mukhi Rudraksha mala knotted 37cm in length of 108 beads A$70

6 mukhi mala
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This rare Rudraksha mala consists of 6mm 108 six mukhi beads which are knotted. This mala is to counteract the negativity of Venus, and symbolizes Kertikeya.


Three mukhi Rudraksha mala 57cm in length of 108 beads A$80

6 mukhi mala
java rudraksha

Three mukhi mala for Agni in 108 beads. This is a one off mala.


Four mukhi Rudraksha mala knotted 43cm in length of 108 beads A$70

4 mukhi mala

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This rare Rudraksha mala consists of 8mm 108 four mukhi beads which are knotted. This mala is to counteract the negativity of Mercury, such as in the Mercury dasha. The deity being the four headed Brahma.



Three mukhi Rudraksha mala 57cm in length of 108 beads A$80

6 mukhi mala
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Three mukhi mala for Agni in 108 beads. This is a one off mala.


Very rare one mukhi Rudraksha mala 108 beads. 61cm in length A$9900

4 mukhi mala

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This rare Rudraksha mala consists of averaging 10mm beads. 108 one mukhi beads which are knotted. This mala is for those seekers of higher purpose in life and detatchment. The mala represents Lord Shiva.



Giant size Rudraksha mala 1m in length of 108 beads A$95

giant Nepali mala

nepali

Very large beads of 20mm pancha mukhi with felt in between is the largest mala we have.The price includes free shipping to anywhere.


These items complement the malas:

adjustable bracelet

Rudraksha adjstable bracelet A$15

Fully adjustable Rudraksha bracelet capped with Panchadatu (five metals) which are a mixture of Gold, Silver, Copper, Iron and Zinc. The beads are approximately 7 mm.

rudraksha bracelet

Rudraksha bracelet A$15

Blood flowing through the wrist is charged by this small mala, very comfortable to wear. Strung with stretchable nylon. Consists of approximately between 6 to 8mm Rudrakshas beads.

silver bracelet

Rudraksha bracelet in pure silver A$50

Very fine bracelet with intricate links, consists of 15 beads of 5mm Rudrakshas in stirling silver. Length is 9cm when folded.