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6 Mukhi Rudraksha: Benefits, Powers And Significance

6 Mukhi Rudraksha

The 6 mukhi Rudraksha is available in different varieties and among all varieties, the Nepal and Java Indonesian variety is the most authentic and powerful variety. Nepal beads are bigger, well-developed and have deeply etched mukhi lines. They have more surface area thus giving high intensity of healing frequency. Java beads are comparatively smaller with smooth surfaces and not deeply etched lines and take slightly longer time to show results. However, 6 mukhi rudraksha benefits over a course of time are almost the same. If someone is looking for therapeutic benefits then the 6 mukhi Rudraksha from Nepal will be a better choice because it works faster and is not very highly priced. If you planning to make pretty jewelry designs, then you can opt for Java bead variety because most clients go for these beads due to their smaller size and lower price, sample images are below

6 Mukhi Rudraksha

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6 mukhi Rudraksha is endowed with warrior qualities. Lord Kartikeya who is the son of Lord Shiva and Maa Parvati rules the 6 mukhi beads of Rudraksha. Our senses are represented by Lord Kartikeya, the six-headed God. The wearer of the original 6 Mukhi Rudraksha is blessed with youthful appearance and fulfillment of desires. In addition to this, the wearer of the original cheh mukhi rudraksha is blessed with the supreme qualities of Lord Kartikeya. These qualities include being fearless, facing each challenge like a true warrior, being spontaneous, having supreme command and wit to act quickly.

THE SIX MUKHI RUDRAKSHA RULING PLANET

Planet Mars rules the cheh mukhi Rudraksha. Our primal instincts such as our anger, aggression, survival and stability are all ruled by planet Mars. The cheh mukhi rudraksha helps in pacifying the malefic effects of planet Mars. The cheh mukhi rudraksha benefits people who have Mangal Dosha in their natal chart (Kundali) by offering relief.

Importance of Six Mukhi Rudraksha:

  • It brings stability in all aspects of one's life.
  • Wearer of the bead is blessed with focus, grounding and perfection.
  • It removes malefic effects of the planet Mars.
  • It connects us with our ability to fight adversities.

6 Mukhi Rudraksha Benefits:

  • Six mukhi Rudraksha helps to remove fatigue, laziness and dullness.
  • It increases connection with mother earth thus gives the energy of penance, stamina, balance and tolerance.
  • The wearer of six mukhi gets luck and assets of properties and vehicles.

Therapeutic Benefits:

  • It gives relief from knee pain and bone pain.
  • It gives relief from piles and arthritis.
  • It helps reduce obesity.

Six Mukhi Rudraksha Mantra:

'AUM HREEM HOOM NAMAH'

RULING DEITY OF 6 MUKHI- KARTIKEYA

The 6 Mukhi Rudraksha is ruled by Lord Kartikeya so let us take a look at some lesser-known stories about Lord Kartikeya.

Birth of Kartikeya

Skanda SashtiLord Kartikeya was born when the five elements (Panch Mahabhoota – Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether) ruled by Lord Shiva united with Shakti (Pure Consciousness).

Shiva is called Panchaanana – the God with five heads and His five heads denote the five elements in Nature. As these five elements combined with the sixth element (Chaitanya Shakti), they gave birth to the Shadaanana (meaning six-headed) also known as Lord Kartikeya.

Kartikeya means six of the seven brightest stars cluster in the night sky called “Krittikas”. He is also called Kumara (young and handsome), Muruga, Murugan, Skanda, Shanmukha and Subrahmanyan which is also translated as ''Dear to the Brahmins”.Lord Kartikeya rides on a peacock and it can be seen in the pictures that the peacock has clutched a snake in his claws. The snake symbolises the ego here which means Kartikeya did not abandon His ego but managed to control it.

Another story mentions that there was one Asura named Tarakasura who was given a boon by Lord Brahma that He would only be killed by someone who was as strong as Lord Shiva. Only the son of Lord Shiva would be as strong as Lord Shiva. Tarakasura knew that Lord Shiva was an ascetic and he thought He would not marry or have children but it is believed that Lord Murugan manifested for the sole purpose of killing Tarakasura. In another version of the story, Tarakasur was defeated by Lord Kartikeya and Tarakasur (ego) became a chicken or rooster after being defeated by Kartikeya.

Kartikeya has a spear in His hand which is also called “Vel” and it represents the Kundalini Shakti.

Why is He called Swaminatha?

Lord Kartikeya is also known as Swaminatha and there is a reason behind it. When Kartikeya was little, He asked Brahma the meaning of Om and Brahma tried explaining Him but He was unsatisfied with the answer.

Lord Kartikeya said that Lord Shiva should explain to him the meaning of Om but even Lord Shiva didn’t know the meaning. Since Kartikeya knew the meaning, He said that He would only tell the meaning of Om if Lord Shiva put Him in the position of the Guru. So Lord Shiva lifted young Kartikeya on His shoulders. Then Lord Kartikeya explained the meaning of the Pranava Mantra (Om) in the ear of Lord Shiva. Om contains the entire Creation i.e. the Trinity – Lord Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva are a part of “Om”. This is the core and also the secret of Om that Lord Kartikeya narrated to Lord Shiva.

On hearing this, Goddess Parvati (Mother of Lord Kartikeya, and an incarnation of the Mother Divine) was overjoyed and said, ‘You have become a Guru (Swami) to my Lord (Natha)!’

She then addressed Her son as “Swaminatha” and ever since Lord Kartikeya also came to be known as Swaminatha.

DIFFERENT DESIGN OPTIONS FOR 6 MUKHI RUDRAKSHA

6 mukhi from Nepal in Silver Bracelet

6 mukhi from Nepal in Silver Bracelet

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6 Mukhi Java in Silk Thread Bracelet

6 mukhi Java in silk thread bracelet

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Within these two varieties again there are different sizes. As the size increases the intensity of the six mukhi rudraksha benefits also increases giving quicker results but at the same time the price also increases. We have arranged them into small, regular, large and collector sizes.

6 Mukhi Nepal
Small (in mm) - 15
Regular (in mm) - 18
Large (in mm) - 20
Collector (in mm) - 23-28

6 Mukhi Java
Small (in mm) - 10
Regular (in mm) - 12
Large (in mm) - NIL
Collector (in mm) - NIL

Collector beads are the largest, lustrous and most powerful and sought-after Rudraksha beads of the season. They are comparatively heavy, lustrous with good symmetry and matured seeds which give results faster. They make the best pick of the season and the most exclusive beads in our range of any particular mukhi and since we are the biggest buyer, you will find the finest beads at the most reasonable price with us.

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HOW TO WEAR SIX MUKHI RUDRAKSHA

You need to energize the Rudraksha before wearing it. The best day to wear Quality 6 mukhi Rudraksha is on a Tuesday. Wake up before sunrise on a Tuesday morning and cleanse yourself by bathing and wearing clean and fresh clothes. Sit facing the puja altar of your house in the East direction. With a focused mind chant the Mantra 'AUM HREEM HOOM NAMAH' 108 times and wear the Rudraksha.
You can wear the six Mukhi Rudraksha either in silk/wool thread or get it capped in silver or gold. The best way to wear this auspicious bead is to wear it in a silk/wool thread or get it capped in silver or gold. You can wear this Rudraksha bead a bracelet or as a mala of 27+1 or 32+1 or 54+1 or 108+1 beads on neck. Touching skin is not important though for the bead to show full effects. Do wear the bead as per RRST for full effects.

HOW TO WEAR MULTIPLE BEADS OF 6 MUKHI RUDRAKSHA?

There is a science where multiple beads of particular mukhi of Rudraksha need to be strung for it to work properly. Sakhashree Neeta, the director of Rudra Centre has pioneered the best orientation and stringing methodology of Rudraksha to utilize full potential of Rudraksha beads after years of study and research on effects of Rudraksha and combinations. Rudraksha consultation as per rashi and Chakra aura analysis is done to identify the root cause of the issue and resolve it and to date many have tremendously benefited from this with many experiencing positive changes in a week’s time.

Rudraksha works as capacitors that stores energies and have polarities needs to be arranged in a particular fashion to ensure the flow of energy is maintained and not interrupted. So, while stringing the multiple beads of six mukhi Rudraksha together for wearing as mala around the neck, one need to be careful that the circuit of Rudraksha energy is maintained as it flows through each bead in a particular manner. In addition, the additional Guru bead plays an important role when the multiple beads of 6-faced Rudraksha is worn around the neck because the Guru bead acts as a medium through which the flow of energy of Rudraksha beads gets transmitted into the body. This orientation of multiple beads when made of Nepal Rudraksha beads is referred as Kantha mala or Kantha Bracelet and when made of Java Indonesian beads, it is called mala or bracelet. Some might refer Java beads mala or bracelets as Kanthi. The mala or bracelet made of multiple beads of 6 face Rudraksha of Nepal variety is referred as Mangal mala or bracelet and of six face Rudraksha of Java beads as Mars Mala or Bracelet.

Multiple beads of 6 mukhi of Nepal Variety is also referred as Mangal Kantha Mala or bracelet

Mangal Bracelet

Mangal Bracelet

 

Mangal Kantha

Mangal Kantha
 

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Multiple beads of 6 mukhi from Java is known as Mangal Mala or Mangal Bracelet

6 Mukhi Mars Mala