Two Face Rudraksha

Nepali Rudraksaha has a natural  hole in it. It is of good quality. Indonesian Rudraksha is of medium quality. Rudraksha from Haridwar and Hrishikesh which has artificial hole is of lower quality. There  is also a category of Badraksha from South India.

Two face Rudraksha represents Ardhnareeshwar Shiva ji. It shows that this cosmos has dual energy i.e. male energy and female energy. When someone realizes this energy within himself, he becomes complete. This is a combination of Chinese yin and yang( positive and negative energy) yet this is the most positive representation.

Agni (fire) is a male element which is in the raj of female. Chandra (water) is a female element which is in the semen of male.

 Bhagwan Shiva is the originator of the universe.


According to Padma Puran two face rudraksha has the boon from Fire God (Agni Dev). So, a wearer or a worshipper of this divine rudraksha gets the benefits of Yagna, Homa and Agnihotra.

Wearer of two face rudraksha rid of the sin of cow slaughter.

This is good for harmony in life.

It effectively controls the malefic effects of the Moon and diseases of the left eye, kidney, intestines etc.

When the moon is not well placed in one’s horoscope i.e. Moon, Rahu or Moon, Saturn shows relationship in the horoscope. When there is Kemudrum yoga in the horoscope. When the Moon is between two malefic planets. In all these conditions two face Rudraksha is highly effective.

It is very helpful in depression, anxiety and concentration related issues. It is used very effectively for mind programming.

This rudraksha is also called Deva-Deva because it prospers the wearer or worshiper both materially and spiritually.

Who should wear it

A person who is unmarried and has obstacles related to marriage.

A person who does not has harmony in his/her marital life.

This helps in progeny i.e. begetting a son.

Good for spiritual growth.

Mantra for chanting for two face Rudraksha

Om Namah (Shivpuran)

Om Om Namah (Mantramaharnava)

Om Khum (Padma Puran)

Om Shrim Namah

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