Trijuti Rudraksha

Trijuti Rudraksha is a wonder of nature. Three rudraksha beads get joined on the tree itself.

A Trijuti is also known as Tribhagi, Gauri Path or Brahma-Vishnu-Mahesh and represents the Trinity, it is symbolic of all the basic characteristics of the universe.

Trinity in Hindu also known as Trimurti. Trimurti is the triple deity of supreme divinity in Hinduism in which the cosmic functions of creation, maintenance, and destruction are personified as a triad of deities, which includes Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva.

Lord Brahma is responsible for creation. He is also called Chaturmukha (four faces). Lord Brahma is the abode of knowledge and creativity. Brahma has four faces, though only three can be seen. He has matted hair, wears a pointed beard and the eyes are usually closed in meditation.

He has four hands which may hold a variety of objects such as a rosary, a water-pot, a book (the Vedas), a bow or a lotus. Sometimes two of his hands may be in a boon-giving and protective attitudes. His four faces represent the four Vedas and the four hands represent the four directions.

The rosary which he is counting represents time. The whole universe evolves out of water; therefore He carries water in the water-pot. He is sometimes shown riding the goose, or sitting in the lotus position in a chariot being pulled by seven swans. The swan which is the symbol of knowledge, is his vehicle.


Lord Vishnu is known as the preserver god, that means he protects the universe from being destroyed and keeps it going. Vishnu iconography shows him with a blue colored skin, and as a well-dressed jeweled man. He is typically shown with four arms, but two armed representations are also found in Hindu texts on artworks.

The historic identifiers of his icon include his image holding a conch shell and a chakra. The conch shell is spiral and symbolizes all of interconnected spiraling cyclic existence, while the chakra symbolizes him as that which restores dharma with war if necessary when cosmic equilibrium is overwhelmed by evil.

One of his arms sometimes carries a gada which symbolizes authority and power of knowledge. In the fourth arm, he holds a lotus flower which symbolizes purity and transcendence.


Lord Shiva is the third member of the Hindu Trinity and is known as the destroyer. He has a third eye and when he opens it, all land turns to water and water turns to land.

Hindus believe that Shiva’s powers of destruction are used to destroy the imperfections of the world, paving the way for beneficial change. The destruction is not arbitrary, but constructive. Shiva is seen as both good and evil, and the combiner of contradictory elements.


Trijuti Rudraksha Benefits

  • It can be a very useful tool in leadership and in achieving total success.
  • Some wearers of Trijuti Rudraksha have experienced strange feelings for first few weeks of their wearing including experiencing weird dreams.
  • They are advised not to be afraid and reach wrong conclusions; it is the mystic power of this divine bead, which takes time to get synchronized with the body system of the wearer.


    Trijuti Rudraksha Mantra

    Mantras to be recited for Trijuti Rudraksha :

    • Om Namah Shivaya