Eight Mukhi Rudraksha is a rare bead and is found in rare in numbers. This Rudraksha is blessed by lord Ganesha, the younger son of Lord Shiva and manas putra of Goddess Parvati. This Rudraksha removes the obstacles and brings success. This Rudraksha also pacifies the planet Rahu. As per Rudrakshajabalopnishad it is a form of eight mother goddess, eight Vasus and Ganga all three give their blessings to the wearer. It removes obstacles and improves intelligence and health. As per scriptures and Puranas
Its ruling planet is Rahu. Hence helpful in sublimating the malefic effects of Rahu. Its malefic effects are similar to that of Shani or Saturn as in 7 Mukhi. It is held responsible for causing sudden effects, diseases of lung, feet skin, eye catarrhines, hydrocele, airtracia, etc. Snake bites are also the result of the malefic effects of Rahu. The wearer of 8 faced rudraksha keeps a check on the malefic effects of the planet Rahu. They are a
Symbol of: Lord Ganesha, Ruling Planet: Rahu, Ruling God: Lord Ganesha and Kartikeya
Day of wearing: Monday
Recommended for: Curing the diseases of Nervous System, Prostrate and Gall Bladder and Insomnia.
Influence on body organ: Optic chiasma and Pancreas.
Properties: Sins committed while telling lies to get condoned by wearing this.
People’s experience: It gives the wearer an analytical mind, great understanding, and good writing skills.
“Om Hun Namah” (Shiva Puran) , “Om Sah Hoom Namah” (Padma Puran),
“Om kam vam Namah” (Skand Puran) , “Om Hreem Shreem Kreem Soam “
“Mahamrityunjai Mantra” (Brahajjalopanishad) , “OM. Tryambakam Yajamahe Sugandhim Pushti-Vardhanam
Urvarukamiva Bandhanan Mrityor Mukshiya Mamritat”
“Om Hreem Greem Leem”,”Aam Shreem”
“Om Namah Shivaya”
Way of Wearing
Only one bead of eight Mukhi Rudraksha is enough to be worn. It should be strung in red thread and worn by chanting the mantras.
It brings the wearer in fame, excellence in art, leadership qualities, and prosperity.
Who should wear? Worn by all those persons who confront obstacles in life and get failures. Also worn with seven mukhi by people having Shani Dosha.