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There are twenty-one mukhi. Rudraksha is a very precious bead that is overseen by Lord Kuber, the wealth keeper. He is the Lord of Yakshas and a Shiva devotee. Dhanapati is another name for him (Lord of Riches). Kubera, the custodian of all riches and food grains, bestows enormous fortune and the fulfilment of pleasures and worldly aspirations on the wearer of 21 mukhi. If a poor person wears it, he will become wealthy. In the life of the wearer, there is never a shortage of anything.

The Nepalese and Java Indonesian forms of the 21 mukhi Rudraksha are the most popular. These are the most potent and genuine Rudraksha beads available. With deeply carved mukhi lines and thorny protrusion, Nepali beads are larger, heavier, more strong, and more developed. Java beads are smaller, lighter, and have more apparent mukhi lines and a smoother surface. Because Nepali beads have a larger surface area, they work faster, but Java beads take a little longer to show effects. However, the long-term advantages of both types of 21 mukhi Rudraksha are nearly same.The Java beads are less expensive and smaller in size, making them easier to turn into stunning gems. They are a favourite option among our customers. One of the rarest Rudraksha beads is the 21 mukhi from Nepal, and we encourage devotees to be cautious while purchasing this kind.



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