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5 Mukhi Java Rudraksha with Green Jade Beads Combination Mala

Original price Rs. 2,131.55 - Original price Rs. 2,131.55
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Rs. 2,131.55
Rs. 2,131.55 - Rs. 2,131.55
Current price Rs. 2,131.55

Type of Beads: Rudraksha Green Jade Combination Mala
Configuration: 5 Mukhi Java Rudraksha + Green Jade Beads
Size of each beads: Approx 8mm
Length: 18 Inches Approx
Origin: Java Rudraksha 
Quality: 100% Authentic - Excellent

Handmade 5 Mukhi Small Bead Rudraksha Mala with Jade Gemstone.

Jade is a stone of the heart. As such it is related to the heart chakra and has a beneficial effect on all heart chakra related issues. So, of course, it can attract and enhance a love of all kinds. It is also a stone of fidelity and generosity. It is also considered to be good for the physical heart and for emotional balance and stability.

Jade is a stone of the heart. As such it is related to the heart chakra and has a beneficial effect on all heart chakra related issues. So, of course, it can attract and enhance love of all kinds. It is also a stone of fidelity and generosity. It is also considered to be good for the physical heart and for emotional balance and stability. It is used in crystal healing for increasing self-reliance.

Rudraksha itself symbolizes Lord Shiva. "Rudra" stands for Lord Shiva and "Aaksha" for Shiva's tears. Lord Shiva himself is the first ardent user and admirer of Rudraksha. Later devotees and sages began using Rudraksha as a blessing from Lord Shiva himself to protect mankind from worldly sufferings and miseries. Individual from every walk of life irrespective of caste, creed, religion, nationality or gender can use Rudraksha to gain maximum spiritual, physical and materialistic benefits.

Rudraksha itself symbolizes Lord Shiva. “Rudra” stands for Lord Shiva and “Aaksha” for Shiva’s tears. Lord Shiva himself is the first ardent user and admirer of Rudraksha.