Rudraksha Mala (Panchabhootha Mala) Print E-mail
Saturday, 03 July 2010 12:46

The world is made of Pancha Boothams namely Earth, Water, Sky, Wind & Fire. Also our physical body made by the same five elements.To have a control over those five basic elements in our body & to use the same in the correct proportion the Pancha bhootha malaas which are to be worn around the neck. The Malaas are having Rudhraksham, Spatikam, Thamarai mani (seeds of the lotus) Thulasi mani (Root of the harb Thulasi) & Raktha chandhan (Red sandal wood beeds). This is two types one is the foresaid & the other is Badhraksham (ancient herbal plant from Tibet). 

The earth power is controlled by the Thulasi), The water power is controlled by the Thamarai mani, The wind power is controlled by the Raktha chandan, The sky power is controlled by the Spatikam & The fire power is controlled by the Rudhraksham or Badhraksham. In the foresaid things the Rudhraksham & the Badhraksham are born from the eyes of Sri Rudhra or Lord Shiva, the eternal shape of fire. By wearing the maala made of the fore said things will give us a very good control over the Pancha bhoothaas as well as we can get a very good remedy for our skin & other respiratory tract infections.

Rudraksha - The Divine Seed.

The terms Rudraksha literally means the "Eyes" of Shiva and is so named in His benevolence. Shiva Purana describe Rudraksha's origin as Lord Shiva's tears. He had been meditating for many years for the welfare of all creatures. On opening the eyes, hot drops of tears rolled down and the mother earth gave birth to Rudraksha trees. For thousands of years Rudraksha beads have been worn by mankind for good health, religious attainment through Japa and Shakti (power) and for fearless life. Saints and sages roaming in Himalayas and other forests have lived healthy, fearless and a full life by wearing Rudraksha's and its Malas. There is no saint, God incarnation or Shankaracharyas, who can be identified without these vibrant Rudraksha beads or Malas. Rudraksha is a seed of a fruit from trees grown in India, Nepal, Indonesia and Malaysia. The tree is as big as banyan tree. It takes 15 to 18 years to take full shape. Rudraksha is a fruit, which is covered with pulp and a thin outer skin.

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