Lakshmi Ganesha Rudraksha Kavach is created with the combination of two beads of 7 Mukhi Indonesian Rudraksha along with one bead of 8 Mukhi Indonesian Rudraksha. Seven Mukhi Rudraksha is related to Goddess Lakshmi and Eight Mukhi Rudraksha is related to Lord Ganesha. In Hindu culture Ganapati or Lord Ganesha is always worshipped before starting any Pooja or Homam. Lord Ganapathy eradicates all difficulties faced by an individual while Goddess Maha Lakshmi is the ruler of entire riches of the universe and hence if she is pleased, she can make a king out of a beggar within no times. Devi Maha Lakshmi is normally depicted sitting on a blossomed Lotus flower in which Lotus is the symbol of entire universe and Goddess Lakshmi is the glowing heart of it. It is said that Devi Maha Lakshmi blesses the wearer of 7 mukhi Rudraksha with Wealth, Prosperity & Good fortune. Hence, by wearing the Lakshmi Ganesha Rudraksha Kavach, the wearer is blessed with Health, Wealth, Prosperity, Success, Good Fortune and Obstacles of his path are removed.
Information about Lakshmi Ganesha Rudraksha Pendant :
Lakshmi Ganesha Rudraksha Pendant is made with two beads of 7 Mukhi Rudraksha and one bead of 8 Mukhi Rudraksha with silver capping on either sides of each rudraksha. The individual effects of these Rudrakshas are as follows :
7 Mukhi Rudraksha - Seven Mukhi Rudraksha is represents Goddess Maha Lakhmi i.e. Goddess of wealth & prosperity. It is said that this Rudraksha helps in overcoming financial crisis & blesses its worshipper with prosperity & wealth. The ruling planet of this rudraksha is planet Saturn and hence by wearing this rudraksha, any malefic effects of planet Saturn are also removed.
8 Mukhi Rudraksha - Presiding Deity of Eight Mukhi Rudraksha is Lord Ganesha who is also known as Vighna Harta ( Remover of Obstacles ). The ruling planet of 8 mukhi rudraksha is Rahu. Hence the wearer of this rudraksha gets the blessings of Lord Ganesha as well as any malefic effects of planet Rahu are also pacified.
Lakshmi Ganesha Rudraksha Pendant can be worn around the neck on any Monday morning for the first time after reciting " Om Namah Shivay " for 11 times and thereafter it can be worn everyday or alternately it can be kept in the place of worship.