Siddha Mala / Rudraksha Siddha Mala

This is a very special and most powerful Mala made of a selection of Collector Rudraksha for various Mukhis brought together in a single mala. The beads are strung most effectively for mantra Siddhi and power.

Configuration of Rudraksha Siddh Mala:

One bead each of 1 mukhi till 14 mukhi, Gauri shankar & Ganesh rudraksha.

Significance of Rudraksha Siddha Mala:

This is an "Akshamalika" (garland of letters). All mantra (whose count is 7 crores) & all knowledge reside in this mala.
For the successful achievers and ambitious people who want to reach the top level.
According to Puranas, a person who wears different mukhi Rudraksha becomes Lord Shiva incarnate.
This has rudraksha beads representing all planets and representing all Devi and Devatas.
You may get everything what you can dream.
This is a chakra mala for balancing all chakras .
This is the most powerful healing mala.
This mala is designed to be worn on body or carried close to person.

Purpose of Siddha Mala

It is a very powerful healing mala. Worn for Dharma, Artha, Kama, Moksha. The synergistic combination of all mukhis in a mala provides wearer with abundance in wealth, renewed energy, good health, spirituality and fulfillment of desires.

Power of Siddh Mala

For the successful achievers and ambitious people who want to reach the top level. You may get everything what you can dream. This is the most powerful healing mala. According to Puranas, a person who wears all different mukhi Rudraksha becomes Lord Shiva Incarnate. This mala maybe worn or carried close to person . This has rudraksha beads representing all planets and representing all Devi and Devatas. Testimonials continuously pour in from wearers of this powerful mala.
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Special Siddh Malas

Siddh mala - Nepal beads Siddh mala - Indonesian/Java beads
Rudraksha Siddha Mala
Configuration:
Mukhi Count Origin
1 m 1 India/Srilanka
2 m 1 Nepal
3 m 1 Nepal
4 m 1 Nepal
5 m 1 Nepal
6 m 1 Nepal
7 m 1 Nepal
8 m 1 Nepal
9 m 1 Nepal
10 m 1 Nepal
11 m 1 Nepal
12 m 1 Nepal
13 m 1 Nepal
14 m 1 Nepal
Gauri Shankar 1 Nepal
Ganesh 1 Nepal
Configuration:
Mukhi Count Origin
1 m 1 India/Srilanka
2 m 1 Indonesia
3 m 1 Indonesia
4 m 1 Indonesia
5 m 1 Indonesia
6 m 1 Indonesia
7 m 1 Indonesia
8 m 1 Indonesia
9 m 1 Indonesia
10 m 1 Indonesia
11 m 1 Indonesia
12 m 1 Indonesia
13 m 1 Indonesia
14 m 1 Indonesia
Gauri Shankar 1 Indonesia
Ganesh 1 Indonesia
Rudraksha Siddha Mala

Blessings of Siddh Malas

Each mala from Rudra Centre is prepared in the accurate synergistic manner in order to form a complete circuit of energy and tap total power of each bead. This is then infused with mantras and blessings as per procedure below and is purified and sanctified before sending to the wearer.

The blessings procedure is detailed below: Choose an auspicious day and time for blessings. Blessings may be done by the wearer, his Guru or a priest. After bath, with a pure mind and body arrange the items for blessings: Punchgavya & Punchamrit. Chant 3 times "Om Namah Shivaya".
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Excerpts from Puranas
Quote from Padma Purana
Padma Puran Mantra

One who wears all mukhi rudraksha becomes equal to me. So dear Son, one should try by all means to wear rudraksha.

Quote from Akshamalikopanishad
 
Akshamalikopanishad
 

All Gods and Goddess reside in this mala. All should worship this mala. This is an "Akshamalika" (garland of letters). All mantra (whose count is 7 crores) and all knowledge reside in this mala.