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Mantras for 15 Mukhi to 21 Mukhi Rudraksha

In this post, I have written about specific Mantras to purify and energize 15 Mukhi to 21 Mukhi Rudraksha or 15 Faced to 21 Faceted Rudraksha Beads before wearing them on the body or keeping them in the Puja Place. There numerous different Mantras and Hindu deities attributed to these Rudrakshas, however the Mantras and deities  given by me in this post are in my opinion best suited for the Rudraksha beads mentioned above.

15 Mukhi or 15 Faced Rudraksha – The 15 Mukhi Rudraksha is said to symbolize Bhagwan Pashupatinath also known as Muktinath.
Om Namah Shvivaya ||
ॐ नमः शिवाय ||

16 Mukhi or 16 Faced Rudraksha - The 16 Mukhi Rudraksha symbolizes Bhagwan Harishankar and it said to protect the wearer form every danger, like an Amogh Kavach or a most powerful protective armor.
Om Namah Shivaya || or Om Hari Shankaraya Namah ||
ॐ नमः शिवाय || or ॐ हरी शंकराय नमः ||
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17 Mukhi or 17 Faced Rudraksha – The 17 Mukhi Rudraksha is believed by some people to symbolize Sita-Ram. This Rudraksha is considered to help the wearer in all purposes in life.
Om Shri Ram Sita Shankaraya Namah ||
ॐ श्री राम सीता शंकराय नमः ||

18 Mukhi or 18 Faced Rudraksha- The 18 Mukhi Rudraksha is said to represent the fearsome Bhairav Rupa of Shiv Shankara. This Rudraksha is said to insulate the wearer from all kinds of Black magic, Evil Eye and problems from dangerous ghosts and spirits.
Om Bhairavaya Namah ||
ॐ भैरवाय नमः ||

19 Mukhi or 19 Faced Rudraksha-  The 19 Mukhi Rudraksha is said to symbolize Narayana and is said to bestow immense knowledge to the wearer of this Rudraksha
Om Shri Shankar Narayan Namah ||
ॐ श्री शंकर नारायण नमः ||

20 Mukhi or 20 Faced Rudraksha – The 20 Mukhi Rudraksha is symbolic of Bhagwan Janardhan and is said to bestow immense powers of attraction to the wearer of this Rudraksha.
Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya ||
ॐ नमो भगवते वासुदेवाय ||

21 Mukhi or 21 Faced Rudraksha- The 21 Mukhi Rudraksha is considered to be an extremely rare Rudraksha Bead, It symbolized the Eye or Netra of Bhagwan Shiva. The wearer of this Rudraksha is always contented and at peace with himself.  Any favored Meditation Mantra of Shiva can be chanted.

Note- The qualities attributed to the above Rudraksha Beads are the main or central attribute of the concerned Rudraksha Bead. Also read the article on purifying and energizing the Rudraksha Beads mentioned above- Purifying 15 to 21 Mukhi Rudraksha Beads


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