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How do I identify a genuine rudraksh?

2020-10-24T20:34:26.757
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How do I identify a genuine rudraksh?
2020-10-25T20:49:17.763
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Rudraksh is available from 2 Mukhi to 27 Mukhi. Five Mukhi Rudraksha are easily and abundantly found. The round variety of Ekamukhi Rudraksha has never been found till date and thus it is a myth. The 1 Mukhi half moon called Rudraksha is thus sold which is real and belongs to the family tree of Rudraksha. This bead is easily found and the price is not too high. However there are suppliers who are selling this Ardh-Chandra variety, taking advantage of the rarity of 1 Mukhi Rudraksha.

Gol 1 Mukhi Rudraksha however is the best-selling bead that is baked in many forms by unscrupulous suppliers. Many of these beads are made from berries and betel nuts and areca nuts. Somehow a stem artificially implanted to give them a real look. Apart from this, some suppliers sell fake 1 mukhi, on which snake, trident, lingam etc. are carved. A real Rudraksha does not have these signs. 2,3,4,6 and 7 faces of Rudraksha are found abundantly and hence their number is not high.

Fake Rudraksh is made by creating additional lines in these lower face beads to obtain rare and high priced Mukhi beads. In addition, some investigators combine two Rudraksha beads of fake Gauri Shankar Rudraksha together. But with a little experience and awareness, they can be detected again. Please note that the idea of ​​informing about fake Rudraksha is not to scare people, but to make them aware. Rudraksh sold is also naturally available in considerable quantities. But it is the greed of suppliers to make more money which forces them to deal with fake beads. Furthermore, to meet the growing demand for these beads, rare Rudraksh beads of high-fangs are sold by such suppliers. It is not very difficult to identify the real Rudraksha.


Due to its increasing importance and price, it is also made artificially and these artificial rudrakshas are also being sold in the market. Artificial rudraksh was made using wild plum seeds or nuts or wood long ago. Butnow this is an out-dated technique and today's Nepal suppliers to etch extra lines into a low bead or a rare lower bead to achieve a higher bead and even together Additional lines are made covertly by gluing. To get another Rudraksha of Rudraksha Mala.

Thus these fake rudraksh outwardly look like real rudraksha and thus have to be examined more carefully. But in these artificial rudrakshas, ​​no aspect can be created as real which are real and can be easily detected by an experienced. Mukha (mouth) here means deep lining from the upper part to the upper part of Rudraksha. One can identify the real Rudraksha by looking at these deep lining-aspects. A needy uses magnifying glass for this purpose and examines artificially carved lines (which are usually very conspicuous) and beaded surfaces. Several other criteria have been written to identify Rudraksh, such as sinking and swimming of Rudraksha.


Between two coins. But this is not a correct criterion. Even a crippled but real Rudraksha can float in water, and non-genuine ones made of wood are contaminated with lead or can be drowned by piercing a real Rudraksha. Therefore, we should not bother about these doubts and false assumptions. Rudraksha should be brought from a genuine supplier who is accountable to the people, and who accepts returns. Buying rudraksh is like buying gems in which buyers only buy from a reliable supplier and thus buyers need to consult the actual suppliers and other previous buyers for their experience of dealing with them before deciding to buy these beads. is.

That Rudraksha is a natural product; It is available in many qualities from low, medium, high to collector. A buyer should avoid low quality beads that are light weight, have a broken surface and are un-shaped and have a dry surface. These pearls hardly provide any effect. Must go for Rudraksha which is heavy, bright, shiny, well shaped and emits a positive vibration.
2020-10-26T14:47:11.057
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In a basic rudraksha, mukhi is well defined and occurs from end to end. Their corns and motifs are natural and have no cracks with mukis. Pearls are shiny, healthy and devoid of any insect holes.

It is always advisable to deal with ISO certified companies for authentic, genuine and best quality products.