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Rudraksha beads are the Jewel of the Gods and are mentioned in the ancient Vedic scriptures such as Puranas and Upanishads. Rudraksha beads have been used by spiritualists, meditators, yogis and sages since ages for fearless life, self-empowerment and enlightenment.

Rudraksha is a huge perennial broad-leaved tree called Elaeocarpus ganitrus, the family is tiliaceae. Geologically it is found growing naturally and profusely in tropical and subtropical areas. They are holy beads having spiritual and therapeutic values. Rudraksha trees are commonly found in the areas between the regions of Himalayas and Ganges plains as well as in Java of Indonesia. The pious merits of these sacred holy beads are described in the ancient Vedic scriptures. They are Vedic healing beads commonly used to cure many ailments and also purify the wearer (spiritually as well as emotionally). One is blessed with peace of mind and guarded against satanic forces.

Rudraksha consists of two words rudra (Shiva) and aksha (tears). Lord Shiva performed meditation for the welfare of all the living beings on Bhuloka (Earth). After this deep meditation, when He opened His eyes, all He witnessed was the endless sufferings of jivas (living beings) on earthly planet. And looking at these fallen souls, the divine tears dropped from His eyes. Those tear drops when fell on Bhuloka (earth) and turned into trees which later grew blue colored fruits with a coating. This coating when removed the inside layer produced a holy seed called Rudraksha.

A Yantra meaning a machine or an instrument is a Cosmic Energy Device; it is a geometric figure and holy symbols that together represent a Deity or a Mantra. 64 Yantras along with their Mantras were revealed to mankind to attain various Siddhis by Lord Shiva himself, to Goddesses Parvati Lord Shiva revealed the Shri Yantra, which is equivalent to all 64 Yantras put together and explained that Yantras are to Gods what oil is to an oil lamp. Other Yantras and variations of these existing Yantras were done by ancient sages.

During ancient time Yantras were drawn or painted on walls or floors around the Puja altar. Different Yantras are used for different purposes, Yantras are to be energized or activated using the Beej Mantra before use to reap maximum benefits. Once energized and then worshiped Yantras deliver on the purpose that they are built for. Yantras can be worshipped by inscribing them on various surfaces such as Gold, Silver, Copper, Crystal, Birch and Paper.

Yantras are to be kept on the Puja altar or in a particular direction (depending on the Yantra); they are also considered as the seat of various Deities and an excellent tool for mental concentration and meditation. There is always a particular Beej Mantra that is associated with the corresponding Yantra, when the Yantra is charged with the Beej Mantra and other rituals and worshipped it leads to health, wealth, prosperity, good fortune and abundance.

Vastu means 'Abode' and Shastra means 'Scriptures'; Vastu Shastra is the ancient science of architecture, directions and positions. Vastu Shastra is derived from ancient Hindu Vedas and uses laws of nature, geography, direction, physics, astronomy and astrology to create a peaceful environment filled with positive energy conducive for growth, happiness, prosperity and protection. Vastu Shastra was initially used for construction of temples in ancient India but later spread to construction, interiors and furnishing of homes, buildings and offices.

Vastu Shastra has been practiced since time immemorial; it was used in construction done in the ancient settlements of Indus Valley Civilization such as Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro. Vastu Shastra uses many principals like mathematical calculations and various other conditions to ensure harmonious balance between humans and nature. According to Vastu Shastra the whole world and humans are made from five basic elements (Panch-Tatva) namely Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space and that there is a constant relation and interaction between these 5 natural forces.

Rudraksha consists of two words rudra (Shiva) and aksha (tears). Lord Shiva performed meditation for the welfare of all the living beings on Bhuloka (Earth). After this deep meditation, when He opened His eyes, all He witnessed was the endless sufferings of jivas (living beings) on earthly planet. And looking at these fallen souls, the divine tears dropped from His eyes. Those tear drops when fell on Bhuloka (earth) and turned into trees which later grew blue colored fruits with a coating. This coating when removed the inside layer produced a holy seed called Rudraksha.

Rudraksha beads are the Jewel of the Gods and are mentioned in the ancient Vedic scriptures such as Puranas and Upanishads. Rudraksha beads have been used by spiritualists, meditators, yogis and sages since ages for fearless life, self-empowerment and enlightenment.

Rudraksha is a huge perennial broad-leaved tree called Elaeocarpus ganitrus, the family is tiliaceae. Geologically it is found growing naturally and profusely in tropical and subtropical areas. They are holy beads having spiritual and therapeutic values. Rudraksha trees are commonly found in the areas between the regions of Himalayas and Ganges plains as well as in Java of Indonesia. The pious merits of these sacred holy beads are described in the ancient Vedic scriptures. They are Vedic healing beads commonly used to cure many ailments and also purify the wearer (spiritually as well as emotionally). One is blessed with peace of mind and guarded against satanic forces.

Rudraksha consists of two words rudra (Shiva) and aksha (tears). Lord Shiva performed meditation for the welfare of all the living beings on Bhuloka (Earth). After this deep meditation, when He opened His eyes, all He witnessed was the endless sufferings of jivas (living beings) on earthly planet. And looking at these fallen souls, the divine tears dropped from His eyes. Those tear drops when fell on Bhuloka (earth) and turned into trees which later grew blue colored fruits with a coating. This coating when removed the inside layer produced a holy seed called Rudraksha.

Rudraksha beads are the Jewel of the Gods and are mentioned in the ancient Vedic scriptures such as Puranas and Upanishads. Rudraksha beads have been used by spiritualists, meditators, yogis and sages since ages for fearless life, self-empowerment and enlightenment.

Rudraksha is a huge perennial broad-leaved tree called Elaeocarpus ganitrus, the family is tiliaceae. Geologically it is found growing naturally and profusely in tropical and subtropical areas. They are holy beads having spiritual and therapeutic values. Rudraksha trees are commonly found in the areas between the regions of Himalayas and Ganges plains as well as in Java of Indonesia. The pious merits of these sacred holy beads are described in the ancient Vedic scriptures. They are Vedic healing beads commonly used to cure many ailments and also purify the wearer (spiritually as well as emotionally). One is blessed with peace of mind and guarded against satanic forces.

Rudraksha consists of two words rudra (Shiva) and aksha (tears). Lord Shiva performed meditation for the welfare of all the living beings on Bhuloka (Earth). After this deep meditation, when He opened His eyes, all He witnessed was the endless sufferings of jivas (living beings) on earthly planet. And looking at these fallen souls, the divine tears dropped from His eyes. Those tear drops when fell on Bhuloka (earth) and turned into trees which later grew blue colored fruits with a coating. This coating when removed the inside layer produced a holy seed called Rudraksha.

Rudraksha beads are the Jewel of the Gods and are mentioned in the ancient Vedic scriptures such as Puranas and Upanishads. Rudraksha beads have been used by spiritualists, meditators, yogis and sages since ages for fearless life, self-empowerment and enlightenment.

Rudraksha is a huge perennial broad-leaved tree called Elaeocarpus ganitrus, the family is tiliaceae. Geologically it is found growing naturally and profusely in tropical and subtropical areas. They are holy beads having spiritual and therapeutic values. Rudraksha trees are commonly found in the areas between the regions of Himalayas and Ganges plains as well as in Java of Indonesia. The pious merits of these sacred holy beads are described in the ancient Vedic scriptures. They are Vedic healing beads commonly used to cure many ailments and also purify the wearer (spiritually as well as emotionally). One is blessed with peace of mind and guarded against satanic forces.

Rudraksha consists of two words rudra (Shiva) and aksha (tears). Lord Shiva performed meditation for the welfare of all the living beings on Bhuloka (Earth). After this deep meditation, when He opened His eyes, all He witnessed was the endless sufferings of jivas (living beings) on earthly planet. And looking at these fallen souls, the divine tears dropped from His eyes. Those tear drops when fell on Bhuloka (earth) and turned into trees which later grew blue colored fruits with a coating. This coating when removed the inside layer produced a holy seed called Rudraksha.

Rudraksha beads are the Jewel of the Gods and are mentioned in the ancient Vedic scriptures such as Puranas and Upanishads. Rudraksha beads have been used by spiritualists, meditators, yogis and sages since ages for fearless life, self-empowerment and enlightenment.

Rudraksha is a huge perennial broad-leaved tree called Elaeocarpus ganitrus, the family is tiliaceae. Geologically it is found growing naturally and profusely in tropical and subtropical areas. They are holy beads having spiritual and therapeutic values. Rudraksha trees are commonly found in the areas between the regions of Himalayas and Ganges plains as well as in Java of Indonesia. The pious merits of these sacred holy beads are described in the ancient Vedic scriptures. They are Vedic healing beads commonly used to cure many ailments and also purify the wearer (spiritually as well as emotionally). One is blessed with peace of mind and guarded against satanic forces.

Rudraksha consists of two words rudra (Shiva) and aksha (tears). Lord Shiva performed meditation for the welfare of all the living beings on Bhuloka (Earth). After this deep meditation, when He opened His eyes, all He witnessed was the endless sufferings of jivas (living beings) on earthly planet. And looking at these fallen souls, the divine tears dropped from His eyes. Those tear drops when fell on Bhuloka (earth) and turned into trees which later grew blue colored fruits with a coating. This coating when removed the inside layer produced a holy seed called Rudraksha.

Rudraksha beads are the Jewel of the Gods and are mentioned in the ancient Vedic scriptures such as Puranas and Upanishads. Rudraksha beads have been used by spiritualists, meditators, yogis and sages since ages for fearless life, self-empowerment and enlightenment.

Rudraksha is a huge perennial broad-leaved tree called Elaeocarpus ganitrus, the family is tiliaceae. Geologically it is found growing naturally and profusely in tropical and subtropical areas. They are holy beads having spiritual and therapeutic values. Rudraksha trees are commonly found in the areas between the regions of Himalayas and Ganges plains as well as in Java of Indonesia. The pious merits of these sacred holy beads are described in the ancient Vedic scriptures. They are Vedic healing beads commonly used to cure many ailments and also purify the wearer (spiritually as well as emotionally). One is blessed with peace of mind and guarded against satanic forces.

Rudraksha consists of two words rudra (Shiva) and aksha (tears). Lord Shiva performed meditation for the welfare of all the living beings on Bhuloka (Earth). After this deep meditation, when He opened His eyes, all He witnessed was the endless sufferings of jivas (living beings) on earthly planet. And looking at these fallen souls, the divine tears dropped from His eyes. Those tear drops when fell on Bhuloka (earth) and turned into trees which later grew blue colored fruits with a coating. This coating when removed the inside layer produced a holy seed called Rudraksha.