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Children’s Shanmukhi Rudraksha Beads - Six Faced

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These are Six faced Rudraksha intended for Children below 12 years of age can wear six-faced beads. It will help them calm down and be more focused. Above all they will receive the right type of attention from the adult. These beads are round in shape with size of 15 to 20 mm, and can be threaded in any cotton, nylon threads or metal like Gold and Silver.

Rudraksha, the most celebrated esoteric accessory of spiritual seekers has been used extensively since time immemorial. Botanically known as Eliocarpus Ganitrus, Rudraksha are the dried seeds of a tree which grows in select locations of South-East Asia, predominantly in the upper Himalayan mountain.

• Rudraksha offered by Isha Yoga Center are carefully selected and checked for their quality and authenticity. Additionally, they all receive a special process of consecration by Sadhguru.

• Assisting the spiritual seeker in many ways, Rudraksha Malas are potent aids for one's physical, mental well-being and one's spiritual sadhana (spiritual practice). The Rudraksha Guide

Sadhguru looks at the various types of these beads and their benefits. Read full article


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