The Ten Mukhi Rudraksha represents Lord Vishnu and
supposed to symbolize Dusavatar which means seven manifestation of Lord
Vishnu. There is no ruling planet for this Rudraksha bead and it soothes all
negative planetary energy. According to the Indian mythology, Lord Vishnu is
the Preserver of this Universe. Lord Vishnu represents recurrently in human
form, sleeping on the huge serpent Shesha and floating on the waters.
Lord Vishnu is describing
as having four hands:
In their one hand holds a lotus
(the petals of which symbolize the unfolding of creation and all things
that are good-eternity, prosperity, purity),
Second hand holds a conch (from
which all existence is said to have originated),
Third hand holds a discus (which
is a symbol of the cosmic mind and a reminder of the wheel of time)
Fourth hand carries a mace (which
is the symbol of notion of individual existence).
It has more characteristic:
The Ten Mukhi Rudraksha signifies
Lord Vishnu which is the Preserver of the Universe. The representing
divinity of 10 mukhi is Lord Narayana (The Preserver).
Ten Mukhi Rudraksha helps to the
wearer in defeat hard times and ensures that they and their family are
protected. It also forms a feeling of security.
Ten Mukhi Rudraksha works like a
guard on one's body and drives evils away.
Wearer of ten Mukhi Rudraksha is
protected from the effect of evil spirit, ghosts and black magic.
Ten Mukhi Rudraksha is not ruled
by any planet.
According to the Srimad Bhagvat
Purana, the Ten Mukhi Rudraksha has a strong optimistic effect on
unpleasant planetary effects, evil power, misfortunes, miseries and
worldly wise sufferings.
According to the Shiva Purana, an
individual, irrespective of caste, faith, belief, nationality and gender
can wear the 10 Mukhi Rudraksha for achieve fame and success in career.
Take one bead of ten faced
Rudraksha, cord it in a red thread after packing it in gold or silver,
wear it on Sunday by chanting the mantra