Purpose: This mala is designed to be worn to give protection and peace to the wearer by blessings of Lord Vishnu. Maybe used for chanting mantra of Lord Narayana.
Design: Made of 10 mukhi java
No. of beads: 54+1
Description: Narayana is often depicted as reclining on a Sheshanaga - the coiled, many-headed snake floating on cosmic waters that represents the peaceful Universe. This pose symbolizes the calm and patience in the face of fear and worries that the poisonous snake represents. The message here is that you should not let fear overpower you and disturb your peace. The vehicle of Vishnu is the Garuda eagle, the king of the birds. Empowered with the courage and speed to spread the knowledge of the Vedas, Garuda is an assurance of fearlessness at the time of calamity.
10 mukhi rudraksha is ruled by Lord Mahavishnu, Yama (God of death), Dus Mahavidyas and the ten directions. One who sees it or wears it gets eternal peace. The wearer gets rid of obstacles arising due to negative planetary effects. Wearer gets rid of fear of ghosts,snakes and evil spirits. This is Lord Mahavishnu rudraksha and contains the influence of ten incarnations and the ten directions. It is considered most powerful rudraksha and works like a shield on one's body and drives evils away. Very effective for success in administrative and legal functions.
Ruling deity: Narayana
Ruling planet: Controls all planets
Beej Mantra: Aum Namah
Deity Mantra: Om Namo Narayana