Sunday, July 3, 2022 8:35:19 PM

How do i identify real rudraksha bead

2 weeks ago
#8124 Quote
It is very difficult to see Rudraksha visually and tell if it is legitimate or fake. Rudraksha is duplicated in many ways, carved from wood, wheat flour, clay, cork and many other things. Many duplicate grooves
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2 weeks ago
#8125 Quote
The grooves or bumps on the surface of the Rudraksha cannot be regular. There must be a feeling of iniquity in them. If they all fall into the same pattern, it is most likely rigged. It may not be Rudraksha. It can be a piece of wood or a wild bead that carries this pattern by hand..The simplest way to examine the Rudraksha is to take an x-ray. Go to any dental clinic and get an x-ray of your wrist. You should be able to see sections that are equal to the number of faces of the Rudraksha. It can also be seen if some metal is added to increase the weight of the Rudraksha. Although rudraksha is original, it can be detected if there are defects such as broken sections, crevices and extra carved faces.
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2 weeks ago
#8133 Quote
Rudraksha is a seed. It is readily available everywhere in India, especially in places of sacred worship. Rudraksha is marked by its upper stripes (1 unilateral, 2 bilateral). And the price is based on availability. 5,6,7 (head) is common and available everywhere. The remaining 1,2,3,9,10,11 (heads) are rare. Anyone who needs these special Rudrakshas will have to pay more.
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1 week ago
#8136 Quote
It is very difficult to identify the Rudrakshi visually and whether it is legit or fake. Rudraksha is fake in many ways, made from veal, wood, wheat flour, mud, cork and many other things. Many people lie to the beads by carving an Om or a Shivalinga or a trident to increase the selling price of the beads.

The easiest way to check the rudraksha is to take an x-ray. Go to any dental clinic and do your Pearl X-ray. You will be able to see the sections corresponding to the number of faces that the Rudrakshahi has. Below are some pictures to find out. It can also be found if any metal is added to increase the weight of the Rudraksha. Rudraksha is original but can be found if there are defects such as broken sections, cracks, and extra carved faces.
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1 week ago
#8145 Quote
Putting the actual Rudraksha in the water will not break it. Artificial Rudraksha falls shortly after.

A true Rudraksha has equal lines but a fake Rudraksha does not have an equal distribution line to accommodate most Rudraksha. Head.

True Rudraksha has higher electromagnetic energy after worship for benefit but fake Rudraksha after worship is less EMF.

True Rudraksha layers do not flow but fake Rudraksha layers do flow.
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1 week ago
#8152 Quote
I guess.

There are no insects in a bag full of real rudraksha but the false rudraksha does have insects.

1. Real Rudraksha looks natural and false looks are unusual.

2. The true rudraksha will have  spin or rotation at the edges after being tossed on /in copper mudra and the false rudraksha will have no spin or rotation.

3. The weight of the true rudraksha will be lighter while the false one will be heavier

4. The true Rudraksha will evoke the smell but the false will not.
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5 days ago
#8158 Quote
The real rudrakah will last/stay good for longer while the fake may turn into powder form.

Genuine Rudraksha gives good results while fake ones are useless.

The real Rudraksha does not have a joint, while the fake is having an artificial one.

A genuine rudraksha has a hole on the outside or traces of leaves through the hole, while a fake does not have this identification.

The real Rudraksha is fully ripe while the fake Rudraksha is not yet ripe.

The real rudraksha is more yellowish, while the fake leaf color.
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5 days ago
#8164 Quote
There are two types of rudraksha orgin. Rudraksha from Nepal and Rudraksha from Indonesia. Rudraksh is available from 2 heads to 27 heads. The five chief Rudrakshas are easily and abundantly found. The round type of one-sided Rudraksha has never been found till date and thus it is a myth. In its place is sold a Rudraksh named Arkhchandra which is genuine and belongs to the family tree of Rudraksh. This bead is easily available and does not cost much. However, there are suppliers who take advantage of the rarity of 1-headed Rudraksh and sell this crescent variety at exorbitant prices. Round 1 head Rudraksh, however, is the best-selling bead and is counterfeit in many forms by unscrupulous suppliers. Many of these beads are made from berries and betel nuts and betel nuts. To give them a real look, a stem is artificially attached to them. In addition, some suppliers sell fake 1 head with Nag, Trishul, Lingam etc. written on it. A real Rudraksha does not have these marks. 2,3,4,6 and 7 Chief Rudrakshas are found in abundance so they are not expensive. Imitation Rudraksha is made by making extra lines in these lower face beads to get the rare and high priced high face beads. Besides, some honest people make Gauri Shankar Rudraksh fake by sticking two Rudraksh beads together. But with a little experience and awareness, they can be re-identified.
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3 days ago
#8172 Quote
Please note that the idea of ​​reporting fake Rudraksha is not to intimidate people but to make them aware. Original Rudraksh for sale is also naturally available in abundance. But it is the greed of the suppliers to make more money that forces them to trade in fake pearls. In the case of rare Rudraksh, high face imitation pearls are sold by such suppliers to meet the growing demand for these pearls. The real Rudraksha is not very difficult to identify. Due to its importance and rising price, it is also made in an artificial way and these artificial Rudrakshas are also being sold in the market. The artificial Rudraksha was made long ago using wild berry seeds or nuts or wood. But now it is an old technique and today's Nepalese suppliers are making extra lines in the lower facing bead to get the high facing bead or by hiding and even adding extra lines to get the low facing bead. Adding Part of a Rudraksha rosary to get another Rudraksha.
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10 hours ago
#8181 Quote
Rudraksh, such as putting and dipping Rudraksh in water and moving between two coins. But this is not the right standard. A raw but real Rudraksha can also float in water, and a real Rudraksha made of wood can be drowned by tampering with lead or real Rudraksha. So we should not be disturbed by these doubts and misconceptions. Rudraksh should be brought from a genuine supplier who is accountable to the people, and who will accept returns.
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