Siddhi Vinayak Rudraksha Power Pendant is created with the combination of one bead each of 7 Mukhi Rudraksha, 8 Mukhi Rudraksha and Ganesha Rudraksha of Indonesian origin. This Pendant is also known as Success Rudraksha Pendant because of the fact that the Ruling Deity of this Rudraksha Pendant is Lord Ganesha who is also known as Vighnaharta ( Remover of Obstacles ) and is worshipped first before any auspicious ritual or occasion. He is ever-blissful and is lovingly worshipped by millions of people worldwide. The son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, Shree Ganesha, is the God of Good Luck and Auspiciousness and is the dispeller of problems and obstacles. Lord Ganesha is giver of Riddhi (Wealth), Siddhi (Success) & Buddhi (Intelligence).
Information about Siddhi Vinayak Rudraksha Power Pendant :
This Rudraksha Pendant is made with of one bead each of 7 mukhi Rudraksha, 8 mukhi Rudraksha and Ganesha Rudraksha of Indonesian origin with silver cappings on either sides of each rudraksha. The individual effects of these Rudrakshas are as follows :
7 Mukhi Rudraksha - Seven Mukhi Rudraksha represents Goddess Maha Lakshmi 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 for this Rudraksha is planet Saturn and hence the wearer of this pendant is also relieved from malefic effects of Saturn.
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 this 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.
Ganesha Rudraksha - Presiding Diety of this Rudraksha is Lord Ganesha himself. A Rudraksha having a trunk like elevation on its surface is known as Ganesh Rudraksha. The blessings of Lord Ganesha are showered on the person who wears this Rudraksha.
Siddhi Vinayak Rudraksha Power 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.