21 Mukhi Rudraksha

21 Mukhi Rudraksha is a rare bead. The size of 21 Mukhi Java Rudraksha is normally not big. It is almost the same size as that of 16 or 17 mukhi rudraksha.

21 Mukhi Rudraksha represents Lord Kuber. Kuber is the lord of treasury he is also called Vitteshwaraye (God of finance). Without his consent even Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth cannot bestow her blessings on a person.

Kuber also known as Kuvera, Kubera or Kuberan, is the Lord of Wealth and the King of the semi divine Yakshas in Hindu culture. He is regarded as the regent of the North (Dik-pala), and a protector of the world (Lokapala).

Lord Kuber is a step brother of Ravana (The Demon King). The Vedic texts term Kubera as a demon. However, in other Hindu epics such as Mahabharata and Ramayana, he is the God of riches and the wealthiest Deva (Hindu God).

Kubera is often depicted as a dwarf, with complexion of lotus leaves and a big belly. He is always being adorned with jewels. He is sometimes depicted riding a man. Kubera holds a mace, a pomegranate or a money bag in his hand. He may also carry a sheaf of jewels or a mongoose with him. In Tibet, the mongoose is considered a symbol of Kubera's victory.


21 Mukhi Rudraksha Benefits

  • The wearer of this rudraksha gets enormous wealth.
  • He or she does not lose his or her fortunes as long as the rudraksha remains with him/her.
  • All luxuries of life, whether physical or materialistic are available to him/her and the wearer always remains protected from all evil forces or legal tangles.
  • It is also said that the person remains untouched by any tantric effects or evil's eye.


21 Mukhi Rudraksha Mantra

Mantras to be recited for 21 Mukhi Rudraksha :

  • Om Hreem Hoom Shivamitraye namah.
  • Om Yakshyaye Kuberaye Vaishrawanayae Dhandhaanyadhipataye Dhan Dhanya Samraddhi me Dapay Dappay Swah.
  • Om Namah Shivaya.