Exhibition highlights powers of rudraksha
THE EXTRAORDINARY powers of ?rudraksha? would be highlighted, while the misconceptions surrounding them created by myths and films would be addressed with the showcasing of high grade collector quality ?rudrakshahs?. ?Rudralife?, an organisation devoted to the cause, has organised a five-day exhibition, which is open to the public from 9 am to 9 pm at Hotel Sayaji. The exhibition got underway today.india Updated: Apr 07, 2006 14:57 IST
THE EXTRAORDINARY powers of ‘rudraksha’ would be highlighted, while the misconceptions surrounding them created by myths and films would be addressed with the showcasing of high grade collector quality ‘rudrakshahs’. ‘Rudralife’, an organisation devoted to the cause, has organised a five-day exhibition, which is open to the public from 9 am to 9 pm at Hotel Sayaji. The exhibition got underway today.
Rudralife, which has organised 125 exhibitions and has been aired on several channels, is showcasing its recently launched ‘bio-jewellery range’ for the first time in the state. This range comprises of unique combinations of ‘rudraksha’ beads and gemstones in the form of necklaces, pendants, earrings and bracelets.
Rudralife offers a unique scheme under which combinations based on numerology and astrology are used for various purposes. A combination of two beads of ‘four mukhi’ and one bead of ‘six mukhi’ ‘rudraksha’, which is also known as a symbol of Saraswati, has benefited students by increasing memory and concentration. Another combination ‘swasthya bandh’, comprising of two beads of ‘three mukhi’ and three beads of ‘five mukhi’, has been beneficial in controlling blood pressure and even diabetes in some cases while providing relief from anxiety and stress.
People in the speculative field have benefited from wearing ‘14 mukhi’ rudrakshas, which are known for increasing intuitive and decision-making powers. The ‘12 mukhi’, representing the Sun God, has been highly beneficial for name, fame and administrative growth. The ‘13 mukhi’ rudrakshas have been sought by traders and marketing people as it promotes communication abilities and inter-personal relationships.
The major highlight of this exhibition is the ‘Indra mala’, which comprises of rudrakshas from ‘single mukh to 21 mukh’ and the rare ‘Ttrijuti’, which is a single ‘mala’. The ‘Indra mala’ is considered to be a very rare form of combination in a necklace ‘mala’.