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Rudraksha is a seed ( fruit) covered with pulp and green skin which turns a blue black in time after plucked from the tree. Rudraksha beads are generally round in shape, up to one inch in diameter, and can have from one face Rudraksha to twenty-one faces Rudraksha, like facets of a cut gem.The Rudraksha bead tree is considered the tear drop that fell from Lord Shiva., Rudraksha (seeds) are found that are grown together in various formations. Each seed has a naturally occurring hole in the center from the fruit itself. It is also believed that wearing the rudraksha distracts the evil eye, it brings luck.

Types of Rudraksha beads
 
             1 face rudraksha        2 face rudraksha         3 face rudraksha       4 face rudraksha        5 face rudraksha        6 face rudraksha       7 face rudraksha    

             8 face rudraksha       9 face rudraksha      10  face rudraksha      11 face rudraksha      12 face rudraksha      13 face rudraksha    14 face rudraksha
       
            15 face rudraksha    16 face rudraksha     17  face rudraksha      18 face rudraksha      19 face rudraksha       20 face rudraksha     21 face rudraksha

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Care of Rudraksha

Care & Precautions for Rudraksha & mala Regular washing with water is good for the beads . If not worn during bath , the beads may be washed in normal clean water , during prayers .

If rudraksha or mala are worn during bath , then it is recommended to keep them away from Soap , as it penetrates the bead pores and makes them dehydrated . Clean your rudraksha bead when you feel they require cleaning after regular usage . Dip in Luke warm water. Add some liquid soap . Keep for minimum 2 hours and then brush with a plastic brush to clean the dirt and grime that fixes in the pores of the beads .

Then wash with running water and leave the beads to dry for several hours , every few months or whenever the beads seem dry as oiling makes the beads strong.